Skjoldenæsholm Tram Museum: Traveling through the Age of Trams

In most countries trams are only a history of which we learn from our grandparents and grand-grandparents. For some of us they might appear interesting means of transportation, for the rest they might seem to have weird appearance as they are used to the present-day transports. Several thirty-forty years down the road trams might become …

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Three Unique Places in Denmark

Today it won’t be about Copenhagen, or other major cities. This time we’ll explore sights only Danes know about. They’re located in comparatively smaller cities, which is why there is a lack of attention here. For this reason, there is no better tourist destination where there are no tourists. This means there is no noise, …

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Copenhagen Countryside: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

As Denmark can’t afford welcoming tourists with resorts, sun, beaches, or anything else that a typical vacation includes, it offers a variety of museums, art galleries, Viking centers, in a word, anything that might move you closer to Danish culture. The most popular museum, that features the best works of Danish contemporary art, is Louisiana …

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Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek

Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek is an art museum in Copenhagen, based in XIX-th century by an art lover, «the beer king» – the founder of such a trade mark as  “Karlsberg” Charles Jakobson. In a museum works of art of various epochs are exposed for review– from antique to modern. On the ground floor is presented …

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