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Ancient Museum - Aarhus - Denmark - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com
The Museum of Ancient Art at the Aarhus University contains about 4,000 antiquities, one of the most important coin collections in Scandinavia and more than 500 casts. Objects from Greece and Italy constitute the main part of the objects, but the museum also has objects from the Near East and Egypt.
   
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Some of the many ancient casts displayed at the Museum of Ancient Art at the Aarhus University.

Some of the many ancient casts displayed at the Museum of Ancient Art at the Aarhus University.
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Some of the ancient pottery displayed at the Museum of Ancient Art at the Aarhus University.

Some of the ancient pottery displayed at the Museum of Ancient Art at the Aarhus University.
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One of the many ancient casts displayed at the Museum of Ancient Art at the Aarhus University.

One of the many ancient casts displayed at the Museum of Ancient Art at the Aarhus University.
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Some of the ancient coins displayed at the Museum of Ancient Art at the Aarhus University.

Some of the ancient coins displayed at the Museum of Ancient Art at the Aarhus University.
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Some of the many ancient casts displayed at the Museum of Ancient Art at the Aarhus University.

Some of the many ancient casts displayed at the Museum of Ancient Art at the Aarhus University.
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Some of the many ancient antiques displayed at the Museum of Ancient Art at the Aarhus University.

Some of the many ancient antiques displayed at the Museum of Ancient Art at the Aarhus University.
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