If you want to understand how islamic civilization grew along the centuries, don't miss this exhibition. It's pedagogically organized, in a chronological and geographical sense and you feel making a time voyage when contemplating the maps, pictures, paintings, ceramics, tapestry and all sort of very valuable and unique objects seen there. This rich and marvellous exhibition only occupies a couple of floors from Davids Samling's former house, while you can also find some rooms in a lower floor with furniture and ceramics from the last two or three centuries of European cultures.
A real gem for our present times, when you need to understand how "the other", the "different", is actually so present in many ways in our identity and history.
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