The National Museum of Denmark

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Located in central Copenhagen, The National Museum of Denmark is the nation's largest collection of Danish and foreign cultural history - with exhibits spanning 14,000 years. The museum is located near Copenhagen's main shopping street - Strøget. The permanent exhibitions on display are: 1. Classical and Near Eastern Antiquities 2. Danish Prehistory (up to 1050 AD, and including the bronze age, iron age and the vikings) 3. Danish Middle Ages and Renaissance 4. Danish Stories (1660-2000) 5. The Royal Collection of Coins and Medals 6. Voices from the Colonies 7. Ethnographic Collection 8. Children's Museum The museum offers a number of guided tours that are inter-changed - so check the museum's website (link on this page) to check what is available. Photo Credit: National Museum of Denmark
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  • Prince's Mansion, Ny Vestergade 10, 1471 København K, Denmark
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