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Revue theatre is still an immensely popular art form in Denmark, and the Revue Museum presents the history of this Danish tradition..
Revue theatre is still an immensely popular art form in Denmark, and the Revue Museum presents the history of this Danish tradition.
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Bakkehuset is a historic house museum from the 1520s built in Vernacular style
The baroque Frederiksburg Palace used to be the royal residence from the 18th to mid-19th century
While Denmark's iconic beer producer has moved production from this historic location, the Visit Carlsberg Centre offers a peek into the history of beer and Carlsberg
The Cisternerne is a museum dedicated to modern glass art
Åbuen Bridge is a stylishly arched bicycle bridge on the border between Copenhagen's Nørrebro quarter and the Frederiksberg Municipality, which extends along the Nørrebro cykelrute
The Barbie Doll Museum houses an extensive collection of about 5000 Barbie dolls and accompaniments, dating from 1959 to the present
Øksnehallen is a former cattle market turned exhibition and event hall