Museo de arte
Galería Nacional de Dinamarca
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The museum's collections constitute almost 9,000 paintings and sculptures, approximately 240,000 works of art on paper as well as more than 2,600 plaster casts of figures from ancient times, the middle-ages and the Renaissance.
SMK has a special arrengement called 'SMK fridays'. 6 fridays per year, entrance is free, and guests can futhermore enjoy a bar beer in the relaxed setting of the musseum
SMK is the greatest museum and I love it, but check their exhibition first. On Friday afternoons, they have occasional happenings. Take a break in their café and enjoy the view. If you have children, consider booking them into their children art workshop - that is really cool.
The State Museum of Art has some very interesting things. And the café there is good :-)
Denmarks National Gallery - great paintings collection, beginning from the 15th century up until today. Lovely café, too!
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