The first floor of the museum is the Copenhagen Post Office and Stamp Sales Office, where you can buy new stamps in recent years, and you can also stamp two kinds of stamps. Upstairs, the museum is free to visit, divided into two floors. The entrance is an old-fashioned mail carriage. There are many stamps, design manuscripts and printed samples in the museum. It looks really greedy.
Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark. It's a very beautiful city, and it's also a seaside city. It's the hometown of Andersen, the fairy tale king. So it's also a city full of fairy tales. The Danish Postal and Telecommunications Museum is one of the most famous museums here.
The Museum of Postal and Telecommunications is the headquarters of the Danish postal system. It can be visited free of charge. There is also a small children's paradise. Understanding postal knowledge can be carried out through some simulation activities, which is very interactive.
A very interesting post museum. After a close visit, you will find many surprises in it.
It feels good. It's very insightful. Look at the previous newsletter.
Inside can understand the history of communication, there is a sense of traversing, very feel!!
The Postal and Telecommunications Museum is a review of Danish postal history, where many telecommunications products are on display.
New stamps of recent years can be bought here, and two kinds of stamps can be stamped. The museum is upstairs, a free place to visit.
Some cultural relics are still very well preserved.