there are very many nice thing to rewiew agan and again - the time is flying - suddenly 3 hours has gone
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just a few km from the freeway to Esbjerg is this museum hidden away. It is based partly in the home of the Danish artist niels hansen Jacobsen and partly in a rather big extension housing not only a number of Jacobsens works but also works of his friend Jens Lund and a number of other well known Danish artist.... More
This little museum, centered on the ceramist Niels Hansen Jacobsen, and more broadly focused on Symbolism around 1900, is an absolute gem! The museum contains ceramics, paintings, furniture and other objects of art from the late 19th century and early 20th century (and a few later things) - the building and the collection just work wonderfully well together. The museum... More
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