Annual Accounts

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Balance on 31 December (after profit appropriation)


 Assets (in Euros)  31 December 2011  31 December 2010
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 A. Non-Current Assets    
 I. Tangible fixed assets                                          
1. Renovations (museum adjustments)    233.221  389.567
2. Inventory    631.463  818.098
3. Machinery and equipment    144.511  132.921
                   1.009.195             1.340.586
 B. Current Assets    
 I.   Inventory                    535.313                524.836
 II.  Receivables                    699.980                875.014
III. Accrued revenue                    513.862                384.188
IV. Liquid assets                  2.156.580             1.447.821

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Total Assets

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                 4.914.930

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            4.572.445

     

 


 

 Liabilities (in Euros)  31 December 2011  31 December 2010
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 C. Equity Capital

I. General reserves

               

               2.193.631

                 

              2.193.631

     
 D. Short Term Debts    
I. Creditors                   846.679                  859.173

II. Payroll tax, social contributions, insurance and pensions

                  228.249                  255.033
III. Grants and project funds still available                   803.661                  574.773
IV.  Accrued expenses                   842.710                  689.835
     
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 Total Liabilities                4.914.930                4.572.445

Profit and Loss Statement 2011 (in Euros)


          2011         2010
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 E. Gross Profits    
 I. Museum entry fees  7.687.475  7.338.945
 II. Revenue from sales and/or services  1.961.134  2.051.967
 III. Subsidies     260.066     248.954
 IV. Revenue from projects and activities  2.522.164  4.812.629
 V. Other revenue               0               0
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 Total 12.430.839 14.452.495
     
 F. Costs    
 I. Costs of goods sold       811.330     806.026
 II. Personnel    4.941.434   5.000.099

 III. Depreciation of fixed assets

      443.592      408.529
 IV. Projects and activities    3.493.041   5.865.117
 V. Additional operating costs    2.764.639   2.393.835
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 Total  12.454.037  14.473.605
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 Profit before financial income and expenses       - 23.198        -21.110
     

G. Financial Income and Expenses

 

           

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 I. Interest received          23.198         21.110

 II. Interest paid

Profit from ordinary activities

                 0

                 0

                0

                0

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 Result                  0                 0

 


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