The National Gallery of Denmark is also a very famous and unique venue. This art gallery looks pretty good. They are all Danish art collections. You can also see a lot of paintings that have been visited in the art gallery.
Definitely not to be missed! The art gallery is very rich and can be seen for at least two hours! It's all classic realism that I particularly liked, and took a lot of photos, and will be a must see next time in Copenhagen.
The National Gallery of Denmark is located in the center of Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, adjacent to the Botanical Garden and Roseburg Palace. The building is very bright and there are many collections, focusing on the Danish modernism and the Dutch school of painting in the 20th century. Danish Modernists still have a few brushes. The introduction did a good job. Classical and modern come together, and art-loving young artists should definitely not miss it. The museum is very large and exhibits abundant exhibits.
Amazing place. Would love to go back.
Located on the opposite side of the road from the west of Rosenborg Palace Garden, it is easy to find. In a large garden, the building is towering and magnificent and has 5 floors. To enter, you need to collect coins at the front desk and deposit your bag in the basement. There is a corridor connecting the two halls in the inner part. It is very particularly worth recommending, as there are classical exhibits from Europe and Asia, medieval oil paintings and sculptures. highly recommended!
The National Gallery of Denmark is a well-known art palace, where classics and moderns complement each other. It currently houses about 9,000 artworks. If you have a pro who likes art, you must not miss it. The collection of paintings and sculptures is very rich, and the exhibition area is clearly distributed according to time. And their restaurant is delicious! If you are tired from shopping, you can eat something and then go shopping! Especially fun, highly recommended! The important thing is that there are many works of Fauvism and Cubism, and there is a masterpiece of Matisse.
Preston_Dominguez: Soelvgade 48/50, Copenhagen 1307, Denmark
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended New Harbor,The Little Mermaid,Copenhagen City Hall Square,Amalienborg Palace,Statue of Hans Christian Andersen