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Edinburgh Castle – A fortress with many mysteries

Edinburgh Castle -The History Edinburgh Castle stands upon an extinct vulcano, and has been occupied since the late bronze age. But there has been a royal castle on the rock since 12th century in the reign of David I. The castle continued to be a royal residence until 1633. From the 17th century is was […]

Tate Modern –The national gallery of international modern art

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 Tate Modern –The History Tate modern forms part with the Tate group (Tate Britain, Tate Liverpool, Tate St. Ives and Tate online). Tate Modern was originally designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and is housed in the former Bankside Power Station (that closed down in 1981) and it’s directly across the river Themes from St. […]

British Museum –The World’s most famous Museum

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British Museum -The History British Museum is without a doubt one of the most famous and biggest museums in the World. You’ll find the museum in the heart of London in Great Russel Street in the Bloomsbury area. The museum was established in 1753, and largely based on the collections of Sir Hans Sloane. The […]

Murakami Art -The Exhibition Murakami by Murakami

Murakami art You can find Murakami Art From February 10th to May 14th The Astrup Fearnley Museum of Contemporary Art in Oslo, opened a new exhibition called Murakami by Murakami. Also! This exhibition is curated by Murakami himself. Takashi Murakami (b. 1962) from Tokyo shows some of his greatest work. Also among his own art, he […]


  Popsenteret is an interactive museum of popular music, especially from the Norwegian music and culture the last 100 years. The Museum is located at Grünerløkka in Oslo and shows us cutting-edge audio-visual technology. Visitors can record famous songs in the studios at the center and mix their own tracks. And you can make an album cover and […]

Charlottenborg Gallery

Charlottenborg Gallery is one of the largest and most beautiful spaces for contemporary art in Europe. It’s right next to Nyhavn (the harbour) and King’s Square in Copenhagen. The gallery shows everything from world class exhibitions, concerts and screening. The bookstore in the gallery also function as a platform for discussions and has many events, […]

Thorvaldsen Museum

Thorvalsen Museum in Denmark, is oldest and the most extraordinary museum building in Copenhagen. It opened in 1848 and houses almost all the sculpturs of Bertel Thorvaldsen. Bertel Thorvalsen (1770-1844) most be one of Denmarks best known artists. He lives in Rome for 40 years and became one of the most inportant European representatives of neoclassicism in […]

Frilandsmuseet in Lyngby

The Open Air Museum (in danish: Frilandsmuseet) is one of the oldest and largest open air museums in the world. It contains over 50 farms, houses, smallholdings and mills from the period 1650-1940. It also features gardens, landscapes and old Danish breeds of livestock. Just like the Open Air Museum in Århus, they have been […]

The Manor House in Larvik

  «The High Residence of the Count» – The Manor House – was built by the recently appointed Count of Larvik, Ulrik Fredrik Gyldenløve, in the 1670s. The history of the Manor The Manor was built in the years 1674-1677. It’s an important example of Baroque architecture as well as adapting the traditional norwegian log […]