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The Danish National Museum - Main Branch is located right at the centre of Copenhagen - right between the Parliament (Christiansborg) and Tivoli. This rather large museum contains a lot of collections that show the Danish history from the Stone Age, via the Viking Age and Middle Ages right up to modern days. So from this museum you can get a good overview of the history of the Danes. The museum also include larger sections of antique finds from ancient Europe and Egypt.
   
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Some of the traditional Danish 1800's clothes displayed at the main branch of the Danish National Museum. These women were selling fish at a central square close to where the museum is today.

Some of the traditional Danish 1800's clothes displayed at the main branch of the Danish National Museum. These women were selling fish at a central square close to where the museum is today.
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These classic busts are a part of the ancient European collection at the main branch of the Danish National Museum.

These classic busts are a part of the ancient European collection at the main branch of the Danish National Museum.
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Some of the many classic toys displayed as a part of the toys collection at the main branch of the Danish National Museum.

Some of the many classic toys displayed as a part of the toys collection at the main branch of the Danish National Museum.
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A small part of the ancient European collection at the main branch of the Danish National Museum.

A small part of the ancient European collection at the main branch of the Danish National Museum.
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Some of the many ancient and historical weapons displayed at the main branch of the Danish National Museum.

Some of the many ancient and historical weapons displayed at the main branch of the Danish National Museum.
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The historical "Golden horns of Gallehus" (Guldhornene) displayed at the main branch of the Danish National Museum. These horns date to the early 5th century. They were found in 1639 and in 1734, but today only a replica is left as the original horns were stolen and melted down in 1802.

The historical "Golden horns of Gallehus" (Guldhornene) displayed at the main branch of the Danish National Museum. These horns date to the early 5th century. They were found in 1639 and in 1734, but today only a replica is left as the original horns were stolen and melted down in 1802.
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