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Musées d'art

Musée d'art
“Louisiana is much more than a museum, is a place to relax looking at beautiful art and landscapes, or share a creative workshop with the children, or sit at a cosy cafe looking towards the coast of Sweden, shop for books or for lovely Danish design. ”
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Musée d'art
“A modern photography gallery near Slussen subway station (take the green line or bus 3, then walk 5-10 minutes). It’s really cool and modern and they have a bar and restaurant up top.”
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Musée d'art
“The National Gallery of Denmark: The National Gallery of Denmark displays the largest collection of Danish art from the 1700s to the present day, as well as impressive works from around the world. Highlights include the Danish and Nordic art exhibition, which spans 150 years, as well as paintings by the Dutch Masters, Edvard Munch, and Picasso among others. Natural light floods the upper floors giving the gallery a wonderful ambiance. Be sure to pick up a map before exploring all the collections. The café is particularly pleasant and a great place to unwind and soak up the surroundings. ”
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Musée d'art
“The most famous artist from Norway where you can see the iconic paiting "Scream". ”
  • Recommandé par 256 habitants
Galerie d'art
“They have two buildings, one for their permanent exhibition, the other for changing exhibitions.”
  • Recommandé par 190 habitants
History Museum
“National Museum of Denmark: An easy ten-minute walk from Tivoli along Vestergade brings you to the National Museum (Nationalmuseet), a must-see attraction for anyone with an interest in Danish history and culture. Some impressive runic stones are on display, and the Danish history collection includes a sun chariot (cult object in the form of a cart) that is more than 2,000 years old, Romanesque and Gothic church fittings, Danish porcelain and silver, and collections of antiquities and coins. The ethnographical collection, including items from Greenland, gives an excellent impression of life among the Eskimos. Other areas covered include Asia, Africa and Oceania as well as the culture of the Indians. Here, you'll also find the Prince's Palace (1744), a Rococo building influenced by the French style of the period. Around five-minutes' stroll from the National Museum, Thorvaldsen's Museum is also worth a visit to view spectacular works from this famous Danish sculptor. ”
  • Recommandé par 200 habitants
Musée d'art
“le meilleur des musees! meme ceux qui n'aiment pas les musees vont l'adorer. super expos temporaires, area egypte antique et cafe interieur dans le jardin d'hiver”
  • Recommandé par 222 habitants
Musée d'art
“Perfect museum for a fan of Edvard Munch----The scream and all the famous paintings.”
  • Recommandé par 76 habitants

Musées d'histoire

History Museum
“Probably the most iconic museum in Stockholm. Impressive with the old warship Wasa in the center of the exhibition. But, don't get stuck with the ship, there is so much more to discover in the museum!”
  • Recommandé par 237 habitants
Château
“Beautiful historical place in the nice city of Helsingør (15 min by train...)”
  • Recommandé par 157 habitants
Museum
“Skansen is the world’s oldest open-air museum, showcasing the whole of Sweden with houses and farmsteads from every part of the country.”
  • Recommandé par 221 habitants
History Museum
“National Museum of Denmark: An easy ten-minute walk from Tivoli along Vestergade brings you to the National Museum (Nationalmuseet), a must-see attraction for anyone with an interest in Danish history and culture. Some impressive runic stones are on display, and the Danish history collection includes a sun chariot (cult object in the form of a cart) that is more than 2,000 years old, Romanesque and Gothic church fittings, Danish porcelain and silver, and collections of antiquities and coins. The ethnographical collection, including items from Greenland, gives an excellent impression of life among the Eskimos. Other areas covered include Asia, Africa and Oceania as well as the culture of the Indians. Here, you'll also find the Prince's Palace (1744), a Rococo building influenced by the French style of the period. Around five-minutes' stroll from the National Museum, Thorvaldsen's Museum is also worth a visit to view spectacular works from this famous Danish sculptor. ”
  • Recommandé par 200 habitants
Musée d'art
“le meilleur des musees! meme ceux qui n'aiment pas les musees vont l'adorer. super expos temporaires, area egypte antique et cafe interieur dans le jardin d'hiver”
  • Recommandé par 222 habitants
City Hall
“A must see when in Stockholm! Where the Nobel Price festivities is held yearly. The amazing ”Gyllene salen” with golden mosaics on the walls. Beautiful spot by the water, Stockholm’s in my opinion best gift shop. ”
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History Museum
“Thor Heyerdahlwas a Norwegian adventurer and ethnographer. Kon-Tiki demonstrated that it was possible for a primitive raft to sail the Pacific. ”
  • Recommandé par 64 habitants
History Museum
“Great Viking museum - can get very busy in the season! The best time to visit is when they host the Viking Festival in the late summer.”
  • Recommandé par 24 habitants

Vues pittoresques

Scenic Lookout
“Beautiful view, and right around the corner! View of the water, City Hall and all of Stockholm. Especially nice early mornings and sunset!”
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Restaurant
“Highclass yet casual restaurant with a top view over Oslo city, located by the entrance of a forest if you would like to take a walk in our beautiful Norwegian woods. At the other end of the forest (15 minutes) its a popular farm for visits with all kind of animals and horseriding. ”
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Scenic Lookout
“Important to Oslos history, great views, said to be one of the most haunted areas in Oslo. Possible with ghost-tours.”
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Restaurant scandinave
“One of Stockholms oldest and most famous and renowned restaurants. Even though the restaurant is great I would really recommend their coctail bar. Right under "Katarinahissen" where you can have excellent cocktails while enjoying one of Stockholms best views. ”
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Harbor / Marina
“This is classic Copenhagen and is a great place for a walk. Walk across Inderhavnsbroen and enjoy the view. Nyhavn is very touristy and the food is way to expensive. Visit Reffen or Torvehallerne for great value instead. ”
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Monument / Point de repère
“Rundetårn is one of Copenhagen's historical landmarks, built by King Christian the 4th between 1637-1642. From the top you have an amazing view of the city centre. Entrance for adults (15 years+) is 25 DKK.”
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Historic Site
“Ale stenar – approx. 30 min along the east coast line you will find the Ale’s Stones which is a mystical monument consisting of 59 massive stones arranged in an oval (a Swedish twist of Stonehedge). The monument was erected around 1 400 years ago in the iron age but still, it’s unclear by whom or why. The site also has magnificent views of the coastline and is located in a small fishing village, Kåseberga. ”
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Église
“You can walk all the way to the top of the golden tower, the last floors are walked outside with a terrific view”
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Sites historiques

Monument / Point de repère
“One of Copenhagen's most famous tourist attractions :) fot. Edvard Eriksens Arvinger”
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Château
“Beautiful historical place in the nice city of Helsingør (15 min by train...)”
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Historic Site
“The star-shaped fortress of Kastellet was originally commissioned by Frederik III in 1662. Today, it is one of the most historically evocative sites in the city, its grassy ramparts and moat surrounding some beautiful 18th-century barracks, as well as a chapel occasionally used for concerts. On the ramparts is a historic windmill, and you get some excellent views of the harbour and Marmorkirken's Vatican-like dome.”
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Historic Site
“Frederiksborg Slot is an old, beautiful castle. Other than this it holds the National Portrait gallery that hosts diffrent exhibitions. Absolutely worth visiting. check www.dnm.dk for more. ”
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Château
““Kalmar Castle is located at Slottsholmen near Slottsfjärden, where the medieval harbor lay. It has played a decisive role in Sweden's history since the castle began to be built in the end of the 1100s. During Knut Eriksson's time, a castle was built around a fortification tower. In the 1280s, Magnus Ladulås built a defense around the castle, which became the castle's tower." -wikipedia Adress: Kungsgatan 1, 392 33 Kalmar October 10.00-16.00 All days. Guided tours 13.00 weekends November 10.00-16.00 All days. Guided tours 13.00. ”
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Historic Site
“The Royal Danish Theatre's Old Stage: The Royal Theatre in Copenhagen has graced the Kongens Nytorv Square since 1748. The theatre has guest many famous persons where Søren Kierkegaard was a frequent guest at The Royal Theatre, where he heard Mozart's Don Juan. ”
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Historic Site
“Ale stenar – approx. 30 min along the east coast line you will find the Ale’s Stones which is a mystical monument consisting of 59 massive stones arranged in an oval (a Swedish twist of Stonehedge). The monument was erected around 1 400 years ago in the iron age but still, it’s unclear by whom or why. The site also has magnificent views of the coastline and is located in a small fishing village, Kåseberga. ”
  • Recommandé par 45 habitants
Plaza
“Town Hall Square: Busy Town Hall Square (Rådhuspladsen) is dominated by Copenhagen Town Hall (built between 1892 and 1905), which is based on a mix of Italian Renaissance and medieval Danish architecture. For marvellous views, you can climb the tower; at 106 meters high, it is the tallest in the city. The building itself is richly adorned with sculptures and paintings. Above the main entrance is a figure of Bishop Absalon in gilded copper, and in the Great Hall are busts of Danish notables such as Martin Nyrop (1849-1921), the architect who designed the building, the sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1840), Hans Christian Andersen (1805-76), and the physicist Niels Bohr (1885-1962). The World Clock at the main entrance was designed and constructed by Jens Olsen in 1955 and shows not only the time and date, but also various astronomical constellations. ”
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Bibliothèques

Arrêt de bus
“Modern Art Museum (Moderna Museet) collects, preserves, shares and exhibits modern and contemporary art. It opened in 1958, when modern art from the early 20th century and photography from 1840 and onwards was moved from the Nationalmuseum into a former navy drill hall on Skeppsholmen in Stockholm. The current building was completed in 1998, adjoining the old museum premises, and is designed by the Spanish architect Rafael Moneo. Moderna Museet also opened in Malmö in 2009. Moderna Museet is one of Europe’s leading museums of modern and contemporary art. Our vision is to continue to work in the open and experimental spirit for which Moderna Museet has always been known. The presence of the art and the artists is our key concern, along with our dialogue with an actively participating audience. By developing this interaction, we build a Museum for the future.”
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Café
“Very cool cafe/restaurant where you can also do Laundry. American style diner food, as well as healthy breakfast and lunch. Friendly atmosphere. Very often quite full.”
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Galerie d'art
“Kulturhuset is Stockholm’s arts and culture center and approx 15 mins walk away. The imposing multistory building has something for everyone: live theater, exhibitions, libraries, seminars, events, restaurants, and cafés. It’s a popular hangout during the day. ”
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College Library
“Scandinavia's largest library consists of two very distinct parts: the original 19th-century red-brick building and the head-turning 'Black Diamond' extension, the latter a leaning parallelogram of sleek black granite and smoke-coloured glass. From the soaring, harbour-fronting atrium, an escalator leads up to a 210 sq metre ceiling mural by celebrated Danish artist Per Kirkeby. Beyond it, at the end of the corridor, is the 'old library' and its Hogwarts-like northern Reading Room, resplendent with vintage desk lamps and classical columns.”
  • Recommandé par 67 habitants
Library
“Architecture buffs should stop by the Stadsbiblioteket library, designed by Gunnar Asplund. Only approx 5-7 minutes walk away.”
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Library
“The National Library of Latvia (Latvijas Nacionālā bibliotēka) is also known as Castle of Light (Gaismas pils) was formed in 1919 after the independent Republic of Latvia was proclaimed in 1918. Today the Library plays an important role in the development of Latvia's information society, providing Internet access to residents and supporting research and lifelong education.”
  • Recommandé par 16 habitants
Indie Movie Theater
“You can watch films, explore the bookshop, or relish an appetizer in the café.”
  • Recommandé par 45 habitants
Divertissement général
“Bookstore with Norwegian and English titles, plus literary events and a restaurant. ”
  • Recommandé par 21 habitants