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Den Kongelige Afstobningssamling - CLOSED

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Den Kongelige Afstobningssamling - CLOSED

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Vestindisk Pakhus Toldbodgade 40, Copenhagen Denmark
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Kongens NytorvCopenhagan Metro14 min
ChristianshavnCopenhagan Metro20 min
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Grand Day Trip around Copenhagen
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Grand Day Trip around Copenhagen

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Embark on a royal tour of Scandinavian castles, a cathedral, and the Viking Ship Museum without planning transport or an itinerary. Leave everything to you your guide, allowing you to travel in comfort across the pretty Danish countryside. Ideal for visitors interested in Danish history, this tour provides a great overview of the country’s past from the Viking era through the Renaissance.
US$168.38 per adult
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REDMAN wrote a review Feb 2020
Egaleo, Greece3,646 contributions28,927 helpful votes
On the way to the Mermaid, we observe this wonderful building of red bricks and the extraordinary statues outside.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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TheShis wrote a review May 2014
Tel Aviv, Israel29,231 contributions3,767 helpful votes
A statue of David (not Michelangelo's original one, though) proudly stands in front of the Royal Cast museum. While the museum was closed by the time we got there, the statue was lovely and its greenish hue was beautifully contrasted with the reddish bricks of the building behind it.
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Date of experience: April 2014
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Saif A wrote a review Nov 2013
Dubai, United Arab Emirates166 contributions32 helpful votes
This 3 floored museum with limited Egyptian collection is a good place to visit. It is free, near Nyhavn and little mermaid. There is place for artistes to draw; there are really big statues and English speaking staff. It is more about sculptures not paintings or anything else yet still the signs and the interactive audios are in Danish language only.
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Date of experience: October 2013
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JohnSt_2 wrote a review Aug 2013
The Hague, The Netherlands919 contributions107 helpful votes
To the Danish Minister of Culture: Give this royal collection a budget and its own proper museum building! The royal casts collection is unique in European Culture and deserves a better faith. What a wonderful collection to see together. If I where an art student, I would have spent a good part of my practical study time here. I am very happy to have visited the collection. It made my trip to Copenhagen worthwhile!
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Date of experience: August 2013
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smalltoad wrote a review Jul 2013
Brisbane, Australia141 contributions52 helpful votes
As we walked along the waterfront from the Amalienborg Palace heading to the little mermaid, we had a pleasant surprise. After encountering a large statue of David, we discovered the Royal Cast Collection in the building behind it. We were privileged to see a fabulous display of casts, including numerous items on loan from the British Museum having been removed from the Parthenon in Athens. And all of this FREE! Don't expect to see a formal display as you may view in a large gallery, but an amazing expedition of a large spectrum of artwork from around the world. And no other tourists in sight! And another bonus - free bathrooms!
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Date of experience: July 2013
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