Denmark - Holstebro Museum - 2


Holstebro Museum is a local heritage museum in the north western part of Denmark, but the museum also includes a large collection of weapons and military items related to the local military history and the German World War II occupation of Denmark. The weapons are mainly machine guns, rifles and pistols. The museum also include a large collection of toys. The museum is located in the same building as the Holstebro Art Museum.     
 
Holstebro

Vintage products from a local tobacco manufacturer displayed as a part of the local heritage collection at Holstebro Museum.

Vintage products from a local tobacco manufacturer displayed as a part of the local heritage collection at Holstebro Museum.
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Danish military uniforms displayed as a part of the military collection at Holstebro Museum.

Danish military uniforms displayed as a part of the military collection at Holstebro Museum.
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Different toys displayed as a part of the toys collection at Holstebro Museum.

Different toys displayed as a part of the toys collection at Holstebro Museum.
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Local tobacco manufacturing displayed as a part of the local heritage collection at Holstebro Museum.

Local tobacco manufacturing displayed as a part of the local heritage collection at Holstebro Museum.
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Some of the many weapons displayed as a part of the weapons collection at Holstebro Museum.

Some of the many weapons displayed as a part of the weapons collection at Holstebro Museum.
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Some of the historic uniforms displayed as a part of the military collection at Holstebro Museum.

Some of the historic uniforms displayed as a part of the military collection at Holstebro Museum.
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