Dansk Jødisk Museum
Det Kongelige Bibliotek
Scandinavia's largest library consists of two very distinct parts: the original, 19th-century red-brick building and the head-turning...
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Dansk Jødisk Museum information
Designed by Polish-born Daniel Libeskind, the Danish Jewish Museum occupies the former Royal Boat House, an early 17th-century building once part of Christian IV's harbour complex. The transformed interior is an intriguing geometrical space, home to a permanent exhibition documenting Danish Jewry. You'll find the entrance on the Royal Library Garden, behind the Kongelige Bibliotek (Royal Library).