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National Museum of Denmark
'Copenhagen, Denmark
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The National Museum of Denmark is the largest museum of cultural history and is located in The Prince’s Palace, built in 1743-44 at the center of Copenhagen. The oldest roots of the National Museum go back to Det Kongelige Kunstkammer (The Danish Royal Cabinet), whose large collection of arts and crafts, paintings, ethnographic specimens, weapons and antiquities was founded by King Frederik III around 1650. The National Museum is Denmark’s state, cultural historical main museum, covering both Denmark and foreign cultures. The National Museum wishes to make its rich collections as accessible as possible, so that they can form an inspiring basis for research, teaching, understanding and interpretation of cultural history. The National Museum carries out a number of key tasks on a national level, within the following areas in particular: archaeology, cultural anthropology, numismatics, ethnography, natural science, conservation, communication, advice on church restoration, handling of treasure trove (‘danefæ’).

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Address
Prince's Mansion, Ny Vestergade 10, 1471 
City
'Copenhagen
Country
Denmark 
Website
https://en.natmus.dk/
Contributor
National Museum of Denmark 

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