Country Year Definition
    Working group definition National criteria
    1a 1b
       
Austria 2006   X
Belarus 2006   X
Croatia 2006   X 12) 
Czech Republic 2006 X  
Denmark 2006   X
Finland 2006   X
Germany 2006   X
Italy 2006 X  
Latvia 2006 X 68)   
Luxembourg 2006 X  
Macedonia 2006   X
Norway 2006 X  
Portugal 2006 X   78) 
Romania 2006 X  
Slovenia 2006    
Spain 2006   X
 
Country Year Number of museums according to type of collection
    total of which
    2a 2b 2c 2d
      Art, archaeology and history museums Science and technology museums, ethnology museums Other museums
Austria 2006 399 79 53 267
Belarus 2006 137 118 11 8
Croatia 2006 200 13)  56 14)  23 15)  121 16) 
Czech Republic 2006 442 62 2 383
Denmark 2006 257 246 16  
Finland 2006 322 26)  131 43 148
Germany 2006 6.175 1.084   29)  5.091
Italy 2006 4.742 30)  2.785 31)  1.071 32)  886 33) 
Latvia 2006 127 69)       
Luxembourg 2006 39 76)  13 15 11
Macedonia 2006 22 102)  21 103)    1
Norway 2006 175 125 25 25
Portugal 2006 575 80)  210 148 217 81) 
Romania 2006 742 93)  333 175 342
Slovenia 2006 177 95)  126 33 7
Spain 2006 1.343 96)  636 316 391
 
Country Year Ownership
    state-owned museums local-, regional-owned museums other public-owned museums private-owned museums
    3a 3b 3c 3d 3e
    Total Total Total Total Of which
ppp
Austria 2006 17 185 2 196  
Belarus 2006 15 122 1.000    
Croatia 2006 33 17)  145 21 1  
Czech Republic 2006 33 316 41 52  
Denmark 2006          
Finland 2006 37 197   88  
Germany 2006 476 2.529 425 2.745 207
Italy 2006 481 34)  2.158 35)  321 36)  1.782 37)  373 38) 
Latvia 2006 36 84      
Luxembourg 2006 14 17 5 3  
Macedonia 2006 15 7      
Norway 2006 15 25 132 1  
Portugal 2006 357     218  
Romania 2006       57  
Slovenia 2006          
Spain 2006 157 720 17 449 27
 
Country Year Management
    state-managed museums local-, regional-managed museums other public-managed museums private-managed museums
    4a 4b 4c 4d 4e
    Total Total Total Total Of which
ppp
Austria 2006 3 139 21 236  
Belarus 2006 15 122 1.000 2  
Croatia 2006 33 18)  145 21 1  
Czech Republic 2006 33 316 41 52  
Denmark 2006          
Finland 2006 37 197   88  
Germany 2006          
Italy 2006 466 39)  1.520 40)  360 41)  2.387 42)  27 43) 
Latvia 2006 36 84   7  
Luxembourg 2006 3 6 3 27  
Macedonia 2006 15 7      
Norway 2006 15 25 132 1  
Portugal 2006          
Romania 2006       57  
Slovenia 2006          
Spain 2006 92 741 32 478 31
 
Country Year Ownership of permanent collection
    Public ≤ 50% Public > 50%
    5a 5b
       
Austria 2006    
Belarus 2006   137
Croatia 2006 1 199
Czech Republic 2006    
Denmark 2006    
Finland 2006 88 234
Germany 2006    
Italy 2006 2.348 44)  2.394 45) 
Latvia 2006    
Luxembourg 2006    
Macedonia 2006   22 104) 
Norway 2006    
Portugal 2006    
Romania 2006    
Slovenia 2006 48 30
Spain 2006    
 
Country Year Number of visits
    Total Of which
    6a 6b 6c 6d 6e 6f 6g
      free admissions
Total
free admissions
%
foreigners
Total
foreigners
%
temporary exhibitions
Total
temporary exhibitions
%
Austria 2006 11.579.900 2.542.400 27,50 2)         
Belarus 2006 3.630.800 969.418 27,00 54.850 1,50 2.080.300 57,00
Croatia 2006 2.505.700            
Czech Republic 2006 9.763.171 2.456.483 25,20        
Denmark 2006 10.175.139            
Finland 2006 4.527.830 1.721.957 38,00        
Germany 2006 102.645.078            
Italy 2006 97.276.585 46)  45.249.223 47)  46,50 48)         
Latvia 2006 2.174.654     179.033 70)  8,20 71)     
Luxembourg 2006 384.219 132.362 34,40 109.450 28,50    
Macedonia 2006 163.395         80.096  
Norway 2006 9.330.587 4.462.322 47,80        
Portugal 2006 7.756.630 82)             
Romania 2006 2.711.604 667.804 26,52 225.396 8,95 1.729.000  
Slovenia 2006 2.340.558 1.583.050 67,63        
Spain 2006 52.173.104 97)  28.695.207 55,00 8.973.774 17,20    
 
Country Year Staff
    Paid staff Volunteers
    7a 7b 7c 7d 7e 7f 7g 7h
    Number
Total
Number
Of which
specialised
FTES a year
Total
FTES a year
Of which
specialised
Number
Total
Number
Of which
specialised
FTES a year
Total
FTES a year
Of which
specialised
Austria 2006 4.662 3)  1.270 4)      3.158      
Belarus 2006 3.160 1.208            
Croatia 2006 1.383 19)  907 907 88,00   20)       
Czech Republic 2006 5.421 100)  2.734 100)  5.421 100)  2.734,00 100)         
Denmark 2006                
Finland 2006     2.238 921,00     44  
Germany 2006                
Italy 2006 19.839 49)        12.262 50)       
Latvia 2006 1.997 72)  923 73)             
Luxembourg 2006 324 52 291 47,90        
Macedonia 2006 449 280 449 280,00        
Norway 2006 2.997   3.579       182  
Portugal 2006 3.277 83)  1.814 84)             
Romania 2006 4.934 2.946 348          
Slovenia 2006 2.343 1.162     203      
Spain 2006 14.370 97)  3.857     1.796 382    
 
Country Year Admissions
    Total number of museums with paid admissions with a price of tickets (in EUR) Number of museums
    8a 8b 8c 8d 8e
    < 2,5,- 2,5 - 5,- > 5,- with free entrance with museum card
Austria 2006 84 203 76 115 5)   
Belarus 2006 135 2      
Croatia 2006          
Czech Republic 2006          
Denmark 2006          
Finland 2006   145 45 30  
Germany 2006 1.660 974 153 1.654  
Italy 2006       2.646 51)  1.206 53) 
Latvia 2006 122     5 74)   
Luxembourg 2006       9  
Macedonia 2006 21     1  
Norway 2006   31 122 17  
Portugal 2006          
Romania 2006 428 8   306  
Slovenia 2006 12 46   72  
Spain 2006 332 239 44 583  
 
Country Year Temporary exhibitions
    Total Of which
    9a 9b 9c
      Own production Joined productions
Austria 2006      
Belarus 2006 2.212 1.489 723
Croatia 2006      
Czech Republic 2006 3.760 1.612 2.148
Denmark 2006      
Finland 2006 1.179 641 207
Germany 2006 9.198    
Italy 2006      
Latvia 2006 1.240    
Luxembourg 2006 35    
Macedonia 2006 211 147 64
Norway 2006 1.040    
Portugal 2006 200 85)     
Romania 2006      
Slovenia 2006 1.477    
Spain 2006 3.506    
 
Country Year Expenditure (of museums)
    Total (In EUR) Of which
    10a 10b 10c 10d 10e
      Ordinary expenditures
Total
Ordinary expenditures
Of which
Staff
Extraordinary expenditures
Total
Extraordinary expenditures
Of which
for new Collections
Austria 2006 215.651.900 6)         
Belarus 2006          
Croatia 2006          
Czech Republic 2006 113.387.075 101)         
Denmark 2006          
Finland 2006   164.749.237 79.613.500    
Germany 2006          
Italy 2006          
Latvia 2006 19.950.494 11.292.252 8.126.201 7.984.374 247.722
Luxembourg 2006 20.105.000 77)  19.370.000 9.805.000 735.000 602.000
Macedonia 2006          
Norway 2006   357.115.104 178.225.260    
Portugal 2006          
Romania 2006          
Slovenia 2006 425.630.416 132.904.208 248.684.208    
Spain 2006          
 
Country Year Income (of museums)
    Total (in EUR) Of which
    11a 11b 11c
      Entry fees Public subsidies
Austria 2006 212.348.600 7)  25.936.500 8)  151.842.600 9) 
Belarus 2006      
Croatia 2006      
Czech Republic 2006 114.868.988 101)     
Denmark 2006      
Finland 2006 164.749.237 9.904.575 122.546.378
Germany 2006      
Italy 2006   54)  253.714.352 55)   
Latvia 2006 20.133.417 1.604.162 14.042.605
Luxembourg 2006 16.550.000 342.600 14.100.000
Macedonia 2006      
Norway 2006 363.723.047 26.333.594  
Portugal 2006      
Romania 2006      
Slovenia 2006 405.600.708 34.555.791 335.774.708
Spain 2006      
 
Country Year Public expenditure (for museums)
    Total (in EUR) Of which
    12a 12b
      Investments
Austria 2006    
Belarus 2006    
Croatia 2006    
Czech Republic 2006 115.230.518 100)  24.533.547 101) 
Denmark 2006    
Finland 2006 122.546.378  
Germany 2006    
Italy 2006    
Latvia 2006 16.500.111 987.472
Luxembourg 2006 41.000.000 17.900.000
Macedonia 2006 740.000 105)   
Norway 2006 243.127.734  
Portugal 2006    
Romania 2006    
Slovenia 2006 425.630.416 15.225.791
Spain 2006    
 
Country Year Number of museums making use of computers
    Total number of museums equipped with at least one computer Of which
    13a 13b 13c 13d 13e
      for administrative purpose for visitor's information purposes (e.g. interactive gallery system) having a database for electronic inventory having an Internet access
Austria 2006 318 268 169 220 240
Belarus 2006 130 130   76 40
Croatia 2006 158 20 20 114 162
Czech Republic 2006 267   107   267
Denmark 2006          
Finland 2006 163 27)  163   142 163
Germany 2006          
Italy 2006 1.060 56)    1.060 56)     
Latvia 2006 88 85 41 52 122
Luxembourg 2006          
Macedonia 2006 22 22   8 22
Norway 2006 175 175      
Portugal 2006 247 86)        218 86) 
Romania 2006 347     115 306
Slovenia 2006 164 164 164 164 164
Spain 2006 1.026 786 555 450 577
 
Country Year Information - Diffusion - Education
    Number of museums possessing a web-site Number of museums possessing an own web-site Number of museums Number of museums with at least one special museum education programme
    14 15a 15b 16a 16b 16c 17a 17b 17c 17d 17e
    Total Total Of wich
are updating themselves their web-site
connected to a museum portal
Total
connected to a museum portal
Of which
connected to more than one museum portal
connected to (an)other portal(s) Total Of which
for school children
Of which
for ethnic minorities
for senior citizens for others
Austria 2006   248                  
Belarus 2006 27 17 10     17 137 137   10 137
Croatia 2006 111     200 173 100 21)  130 24)  125 24)       
Czech Republic 2006                      
Denmark 2006                      
Finland 2006 159     159     99 98 16 18 30
Germany 2006                      
Italy 2006                      
Latvia 2006             84        
Luxembourg 2006 20           21 19   8 12
Macedonia 2006 5 5 5 2     1 1      
Norway 2006       175     161 160      
Portugal 2006               222      
Romania 2006 238 148   238              
Slovenia 2006 164 164 164 164 11 11 51 51   48  
Spain 2006 768     221 67   620 493 40 216 370
 
Country Year
Museums per 100.000 inhabitants
on working group definition
     
    18
     
Austria 2006  
Belarus 2006  
Croatia 2006 4,50
Czech Republic 2006 4,30
Denmark 2006  
Finland 2006  
Germany 2006  
Italy 2006  
Latvia 2006 5,50
Luxembourg 2006 8,30
Macedonia 2006 1,10
Norway 2006 3,80
Portugal 2006 5,40
Romania 2006 2,50
Slovenia 2006 8,90
Spain 2006  
 
Country Year
Museums per 100.000 inhabitants
on natioinal criteria
     
    19
     
Austria 2006 4,80
Belarus 2006 1,30
Croatia 2006 4,50
Czech Republic 2006 4,30
Denmark 2006  
Finland 2006 6,10
Germany 2006  
Italy 2006  
Latvia 2006 5,50
Luxembourg 2006  
Macedonia 2006 1,10
Norway 2006 3,80
Portugal 2006 2,60
Romania 2006 3,42
Slovenia 2006 0,60
Spain 2006 3,10
 
Country Year
Visits per 100.000 inhabitants
including free entries
     
    20
     
Austria 2006 140.092,00
Belarus 2006 35.582,00
Croatia 2006 56.434,00
Czech Republic 2006 96.906,00
Denmark 2006  
Finland 2006 85.430,00
Germany 2006  
Italy 2006 164.510,00 57) 
Latvia 2006 95.195,00
Luxembourg 2006 81.906,00
Macedonia 2006 8.170,00
Norway 2006 201.081,00
Portugal 2006 73.284,00 87) 
Romania 2006 3.081,27
Slovenia 2006 116.602,00
Spain 2006 118.548,00
 
Country Year
Visits per 100.000 inhabitants
excluding free entries
     
    21
     
Austria 2006 81.093,20 2) 
Belarus 2006 26.082,00
Croatia 2006  
Czech Republic 2006  
Denmark 2006  
Finland 2006 52.941,00
Germany 2006  
Italy 2006 87.986,00 58) 
Latvia 2006  
Luxembourg 2006 53.689,00
Macedonia 2006  
Norway 2006 96.166,00
Portugal 2006  
Romania 2006 8.534,47
Slovenia 2006  
Spain 2006 54.371,00
 
Country Year
Average number of visits per museum
according to working group definition
     
    22
     
Austria 2006  
Belarus 2006  
Croatia 2006 12.528,00 22) 
Czech Republic 2006 22.089,00
Denmark 2006  
Finland 2006  
Germany 2006  
Italy 2006 20.514,00 59) 
Latvia 2006 17.123,00
Luxembourg 2006 9.852,00
Macedonia 2006 7.427,20
Norway 2006 53.318,00
Portugal 2006  
Romania 2006 20.281,00
Slovenia 2006  
Spain 2006  
 
Country Year
Average number of visits per museum
according to national criteria
     
    23
     
Austria 2006 29.999,60
Belarus 2006 26.502,00
Croatia 2006 12.528,00 22) 
Czech Republic 2006 22.089,00
Denmark 2006  
Finland 2006 14.797,00
Germany 2006  
Italy 2006 20.514,00 59) 
Latvia 2006 17.123,00
Luxembourg 2006  
Macedonia 2006 7.427,20
Norway 2006 53.318,00
Portugal 2006 28.104,00
Romania 2006 3.654,45
Slovenia 2006 13.223,00
Spain 2006 38.848,00
 
Country Year
Staff per 100.000 inhabitants
     
    24
     
Austria 2006 56,40
Belarus 2006 30,00
Croatia 2006 31,14 23) 
Czech Republic 2006 52,70 100) 
Denmark 2006  
Finland 2006 42,20
Germany 2006  
Italy 2006 54,30 50) 
Latvia 2006 87,40
Luxembourg 2006 69,00
Macedonia 2006 22,45
Norway 2006 77,10
Portugal 2006 36,00
Romania 2006 22,76
Slovenia 2006 117,00
Spain 2006 32,80
 
Country Year
Expenditure per capita (in EUR)
     
    25
     
Austria 2006 26,00
Belarus 2006  
Croatia 2006  
Czech Republic 2006 11,02
Denmark 2006  
Finland 2006 23,20
Germany 2006  
Italy 2006  
Latvia 2006 8,43
Luxembourg 2006 42,90
Macedonia 2006  
Norway 2006 76,90
Portugal 2006  
Romania 2006  
Slovenia 2006  
Spain 2006  
 
Country Year
Public Expenditure per 100.000 inhabitants (in EUR)
     
    26
     
Austria 2006  
Belarus 2006  
Croatia 2006  
Czech Republic 2006 1.120.136,00
Denmark 2006  
Finland 2006 2.312.196,00 28) 
Germany 2006  
Italy 2006  
Latvia 2006 722.928,10
Luxembourg 2006 8.740.000,00
Macedonia 2006  
Norway 2006 5.239.575,00
Portugal 2006  
Romania 2006  
Slovenia 2006  
Spain 2006  
 
Country Year
Number of museums opened 200 days and more a year
     
    27
     
Austria 2006 234
Belarus 2006 138
Croatia 2006 170 24) 
Czech Republic 2006 349 100) 
Denmark 2006  
Finland 2006 230
Germany 2006 2.246
Italy 2006 2.876 60) 
Latvia 2006 102
Luxembourg 2006 23
Macedonia 2006 22
Norway 2006 128
Portugal 2006 274 88) 
Romania 2006 742
Slovenia 2006 164
Spain 2006 958
 
Country Year
Number of museums with more than 5.000 visits a year
including free entries
     
    28
     
Austria 2006 159
Belarus 2006 105
Croatia 2006 65
Czech Republic 2006 228
Denmark 2006  
Finland 2006 210
Germany 2006 2.126
Italy 2006 1.501 61) 
Latvia 2006 69
Luxembourg 2006 14
Macedonia 2006  
Norway 2006 149
Portugal 2006 164 92) 
Romania 2006 59
Slovenia 2006 48
Spain 2006 722
 
Country Year Number of museums necessary to reach
    50 % of total visits (including free entries) 75 % of total visits (including free entries)
    29a 29b
       
Austria 2006 12 32
Belarus 2006    
Croatia 2006    
Czech Republic 2006    
Denmark 2006    
Finland 2006 37 89
Germany 2006    
Italy 2006 64 64)  308 64) 
Latvia 2006    
Luxembourg 2006 4 9
Macedonia 2006    
Norway 2006 17 48
Portugal 2006 14 89)  42 90) 
Romania 2006    
Slovenia 2006    
Spain 2006 39 136
 
Country Year
Number of museums employing at least 1 specialised staff
     
    30
     
Austria 2006 136
Belarus 2006 137
Croatia 2006 158
Czech Republic 2006 227 99) 
Denmark 2006  
Finland 2006 163
Germany 2006  
Italy 2006  
Latvia 2006 116
Luxembourg 2006 11
Macedonia 2006 22
Norway 2006  
Portugal 2006 276 91) 
Romania 2006  
Slovenia 2006 127
Spain 2006 976
 
Country Year
Average price paid
(in EUR)
     
    31
     
Austria 2006 5,30 10) 
Belarus 2006 0,50
Croatia 2006 1,70 24) 
Czech Republic 2006  
Denmark 2006  
Finland 2006 3,60
Germany 2006  
Italy 2006 6,60 65) 
Latvia 2006  
Luxembourg 2006  
Macedonia 2006 0,90
Norway 2006  
Portugal 2006  
Romania 2006  
Slovenia 2006 1.300,00
Spain 2006  
 
Country Year
Number of museums with at least one publication
     
    32
     
Austria 2006 223
Belarus 2006 120
Croatia 2006 96 25) 
Czech Republic 2006  
Denmark 2006  
Finland 2006 87
Germany 2006  
Italy 2006  
Latvia 2006 74
Luxembourg 2006  
Macedonia 2006 22
Norway 2006 103
Portugal 2006 234 92) 
Romania 2006 74
Slovenia 2006 107
Spain 2006 672
 
Country Year
Number of museums with at least one publication on an electronic data carrier
     
    33
     
Austria 2006  
Belarus 2006 15
Croatia 2006 13 25) 
Czech Republic 2006  
Denmark 2006  
Finland 2006 16
Germany 2006  
Italy 2006  
Latvia 2006  
Luxembourg 2006  
Macedonia 2006  
Norway 2006  
Portugal 2006  
Romania 2006  
Slovenia 2006 48
Spain 2006  
 
Country Year
Museum participation
Source: Eurobarometer 1)
     
    34
     
Austria 2006 39,00 11) 
Belarus 2006  
Croatia 2006  
Czech Republic 2006  
Denmark 2006  
Finland 2006 37,50
Germany 2006  
Italy 2006 47,00 66) 
Latvia 2006  
Luxembourg 2006 32,10
Macedonia 2006  
Norway 2006 45,00
Portugal 2006  
Romania 2006 10,00
Slovenia 2006 27,00
Spain 2006 31,20 98) 
 
Country Year
Population
Source: Eurostat
     
    35
     
Austria 2006 8.254.298
Belarus 2006 10.203.800
Croatia 2006 4.442.884
Czech Republic 2006 10.251.079
Denmark 2006 5.427.459
Finland 2006 5.255.580
Germany 2006 82.437.995
Italy 2006 58.064.214
Latvia 2006 2.294.590
Luxembourg 2006 469.086
Macedonia 2006 2.038.514
Norway 2006 4.640.219
Portugal 2006 10.584.344
Romania 2006 21.610.213
Slovenia 2006 2.003.358
Spain 2006 43.758.250
 
Country Year
Density inhabitants/km²
Source: Eurostat
     
    36
     
Austria 2006 100,30
Belarus 2006 17,00
Croatia 2006 78,50
Czech Republic 2006 132,90
Denmark 2006 126,20
Finland 2006 17,30
Germany 2006 230,70
Italy 2006 197,00 67) 
Latvia 2006 36,70
Luxembourg 2006 182,80
Macedonia 2006 81,90
Norway 2006 15,30
Portugal 2006 114,90
Romania 2006 93,90
Slovenia 2006 99,60
Spain 2006 87,20
 
Country Year
Purchasing Power Parity in EUR
Source: Eurostat
     
    37
     
Austria 2006 126,000
Belarus 2006  
Croatia 2006 58,000
Czech Republic 2006 80,000
Denmark 2006 124,000
Finland 2006 114,000
Germany 2006 115,000
Italy 2006 105,000
Latvia 2006 51,000
Luxembourg 2006 270,000
Macedonia 2006 30,000
Norway 2006 185,000
Portugal 2006 79,000
Romania 2006 38,000 94) 
Slovenia 2006 88,000
Spain 2006 25,000
 
1) Eurostat surveys 2001 and 2003, if not otherwise indicated
2) Austria: Visits with unknown payment-status not taken into account
3) Austria: Employees and freelancers
4) Austria: Employees only
5) Austria: Inclusive museums expecting a donation
6) Austria: n = 203
7) Austria: n = 212
8) Austria: n = 214
9) Austria: n = 213
10) Austria: Calculated for those museums which delivered data on the payment-status as well as entry fees (n = 187). The suggested calculation method would result in an average price of 2,9.-€.
11) Austria: Reference period 2nd quarter 2006 - 1st quarter 2007
12) Croatia: Croatian Museum Act defines museum activities rather than museum itself; Museum Documentation Centre set up some criteria, among which the main is the existence of museum collection. If the source of data is not particularily indicated, the source of data is the Register of Museums, galleries and collections in RH managed by the Museum Documentation Centre.
13) Croatia: The main criteria is: existence of museum holdings, i.e. collection. It includes sites (main museums, collections, galleries possessing holdings, archaeological sites...)
14) Croatia: category not applicable; most of the "other" museums are complex/local or regional history museums which can be included in this category where are enlisted only specialized art, archaeology and history museums. The complex museums are very important and numerous in the national museum structure.
15) Croatia: science and technology museums are split from ethnology museums
16) Croatia: category not applicable; most these museums are complex/local or regional history museums which can be included in this category where are enlisted only specialized art, archaeology and history museums. The complex museums are very important and numerous in the national museum structure.
17) Croatia: in the category "Ownership" are included museums which founder is one of the mentioned entities in the a, b, c, d field.
18) Croatia: in the category "Management" are included museums which founder is one of the mentioned entities in the a, b, c, d field.
19) Croatia: Source: Statistical Information published by the Central Bureau of Statistics, 2006
20) Croatia: Source: First Releases - Education, Research And Development, Culture And Social Welfare, 2007 (research 2006)
21) Croatia: estimation (some museums are connected to local authorities portals, some on tourist boards portals, some on zhe Ministry of Culture portal etc.)
22) Croatia: Source: MDC - Museum annual reports 2006
23) Croatia: the figure regarding total number of specialised staff would be 21,64
24) Croatia: estimation
25) Croatia: source: MDC - 25th exhibition of publication activity by Croatian museums and galleries - catalogue, 2006.
26) Finland: The 2006 annual museum statistics cover 163 professionally-run museums. All museum sites maintained by these museums are included.
27) Finland: All professionnally-run museums have at least one computer but not all museum sites
28) Finland: Large public investments not included
29) This category is not applicable; in Germany Science and technology museums are split from ethnology museums
30) Italy: Data on 402 state-owned museums (managed directly by the Ministry) are collected every year by the Ministry of Culture. Data on 4.340 other public and private museums are collected by the Italian National Institute of Statistics.
31) Italy: 402 State-owned museums and 2.383 other public and private museums, includes archaeological sites, churches, historical buildings (villas, castles) and musealized historical gardens and monuments.
32) Italy: includes monuments of civil and industrial architecture ( 0 State-owned museums and 1.071) other public and private museums
33) Italy: includes mausoleums, memorials ( of which 0 State-owned museums and 886 other public and private museums).
34) Italy: of which 402 State-owned museums and 79 other public and private museums
35) Italy: of which 0 State-owned museums and 2.158 other public and private museums
36) Italy: of which 0 State-owned museums and 321 other public and private museums
37) Italy: of which 0 State-owned museums and 1.782 other public and private museums
38) Italy: of which 0 State-owned museums and 373 other public and private museums
39) Italy: of which 398 State-owned museums and 68 other public and private museums
40) Italy: of which 2 State-owned museums and 1.518 other public and private museums
41) Italy: of which 0 State-owned museums and 360 other public and private museums
42) Italy: of which 2 State-owned museums and 2.385 other public and private museums
43) Italy: of which 1 State-owned museums and 26 other public and private museums
44) Italy: of which 0 State-owned museums and 2.348 other public and private museums
45) Italy: of which 402 State-owned museums and 1.992 other public and private museums
46) Italy: of which 34.574.591 visits in State-owned museums and 62.701.994 visits in other public and private museums
47) Italy: of which 18.110.074 free admissions in State-owned museums and 27.139.149 free admissions in other public and private museums
48) Italy: of which 52,4% free admissions in State-owned museums and 43,3% of free admissions in other public and private museums
49) Italy: Data on state-owned museums not avaialble.
50) Italy: Data on state-owned museums not available.
51) Italy: of which 184 State-owned museums with free entrance and 2.462 other public and private museums with free entrance.
52) The value concerns the number of museums with an inclusive price (all-in). In particular, in 2006 there are 35 circuits of museums, equal to 72 museums. Two state-owned museums are included in non-state-owned circuits.
53) Italy:of which 69 State-owned museums with museum card and 1.137 other public and private museums with museum card. For State-owned Museums, 2008 data.
54) The value concerns the gross-income of the 402 opened museums.
55) Italy: of which 104.411.477 entry fees related to State-owned museums and 149.302.875 entry fees related to other public and private museums
56) Italy: of which 402 State-owned museums and 658 other public and private museums
57) Italy: 58.471 related to State-owned museums and 106.039 related to other public and private museums
58) Italy: 27.844 related to State-owned museums and 60.142 related to other public and private museums
59) Italy: 86.006 related to State-owned museums and 14.447 related to other public and private museums
60) Italy: of which 395 State-owned museums and 2.481 other public and private museums
61) Italy: of which 275 State-owned museums and 1.226 other public and private museums
62) Italy: for State-owned museums 9 museums are necessary and for other public and private museums 55 museums are necessary.
63) Italy: for State-owned museums 32 museums are necessary and for other public and private museums 276 museums are necessary.
64) The number includes also the Circuits.
65) Italy: State-owned museums only.
66) Italy: Source: Multipurpose survey on households: aspects of daily life, the Italian National Institute of Statistics
67) concerns Year 2005
68) There are currently no overarching categories used in the classification of museum collections – each museum defines their own categories according to the themes of their collection and their own traditions.
69) State and municipal museums
70) in groups only
71) 6,7% (in groups only)
72) Normal working hours in Latvia: 40 hours a week
73) with higher education
74) There are no public museums with free entrance in Latvia. In many museums there are free entrance days (for all or for some categories of visitors) within the week or within the year.
75) Luxembourg: out of 39 museums having answered on the questionnaire
76) Out of 46 museums opened in 2006 and registered by the Ministry of Culture on the territory of the Grand-Duchy and having answered on the questionnaire
77) data from 24 museums
78) Portugal: 276 museums on national criteria, fulfilling the following 5 criteria: 1) existence, at least, one exhibition room or space; 2) opening for visitors, permanently or seasonally; 3) museum employing at least 1 specialized employee (existence of, at least one curator or advanced technician; 4) existence of budget and 5) existence of inventory.
79) include 21 zoological, botanic gardens and aquarium
80) Portugal: Museums that had answered to the INE
81) Include 21 zoological, botanic gardens and aquarium
82) Portugal 2006: on national criteria, 291 museums are considered. Included 2.558.516 visitors from 15 zoological gardens, botanic gardens and aquatic gardens.
83) Portugal: includes 637 from 15 zoological or botanic gardens and aquarium.
84) Portugal: includes 187 from 15 zoological or botanic gardens and aquarium.
85) 291 museums are considered, included 7 zoological or botanic gardens and aquarium. It reports to the museums that have organized temporary exhibitions and not the number of them.
86) Included 15 zoological gardens, botanic gardens and aquarium
87) Population 2006: 10.584.344 inhabitants
88) Included 19 zoological or botanic gardens and aquarium
89) Included 3 zoological or botanic gardens and aquarium
90) Included 8 zoological or botanic gardens and aquarium
91) Included 18 zoological or botanic gardens and aquarium
92) Included 13 zoological or botanic gardens and aquarium
93) According to the statistics museal collections and museum from Romania, held by the Ministry of Culture and Religious Affairs and administrated by cIMeC - Institute for Culture Memory
94) Romania: forecast
95) In 2006, of the 177 museums, museum collections, exhibition grounds and galleries that transmitted data on their activity 46 were museums (26% of all museums and exhibition organizations), 28 were museum collections (15,8%), 3 were special museums for art heritage (1,7%), 64 were exhibitions grounds and galleries (36,2%) and the rest (20,3%) were other types of museums and exhibition grounds.
96) 1.343 museums answered the statistical questionnaire (out of approximately 1.489 museums). Conservation institutes and exhibitions galleries on libraries and archives centres are not included
97) Estimation, with no response in 182 museums
98) Survey of Cultural Habits and Practices in Spain 2006 – 2007. Ministry of Culture
99) Staff only in state-owned and local- and regional-owned museums
100) Czech Republic: Staff only in state-owned and local- and regional-owned museums
101) Czech Republic: Estimation
102) Republic of Macedonia, State Statistical Office - Museums and museum collections, 2006
103) The number includes the ethnology museums, too. (The statistical report refers only to the type of the museums by the founder).
104) Macedonia: The permanent collections in the museums in Macedonia are 100% state-owned.
105) Macedonia: 2005 Annual Report of the Ministry of Culture