The Open Air Museum was founded by Bernhard Olsen in 1897. At this time the museum was situated in The King's Garden by Rosenborg Castle in Copenhagen. However, space soon became a problem and as early as 1901 the buildings were moved to Sorgenfri outside the capital, and has now grown to cover an area of 120 acres. The museum is the National Museum's museum of rural architecture focusing on landscapes, buildings and people. But it is far more than a historical museum. It is also a popular tourist attraction that appeals to the visitor's imagination. Arriving at the museum you enter a different world - the countryside of Denmark past and early industrial landscape. It is not difficult to imagine yourself transported centuries back in time. This guidebook describes the different, distinctive regions of Denmark and how people lived there in the 1700 and 1800s. At the back of the book you will find an illustrated dictionary and lexicon of the things you can see at the museum. There is also a map of the original locations of the buildings in Denmark. The Open Air Museum is so big it's impossible to see everything in a single visit. So the book tells the reader about the museums collection through nine themes which can inspirer to choose a path through the museum, but it's equally exciting to explore on your own. Enjoy your day...
|Lager status||På lager|
|Illustrationer:||Photos in colour|
|Mål (BxH) i cm:||12,5 x 24|
|Forfatter:||Ed. Inger Tholstrup, Mikkel Venborg Pedersen|
|Forlag:||The National Museum of Denmark|
|Serie:||Guides to the National Museum|
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