Norseman visits Nationalmuseet: Guided Walkthrough

The National Museum of Denmark (Nationalmuseet) in Copenhagen is Denmark’s largest museum of cultural history, comprising the histories of Danish and foreign cultures, alike.

The museum’s main building is located a short distance from Strøget at the center of Copenhagen. It contains exhibits from around the world, from Greenland to South America. Additionally, the museum sponsors SILA – The Greenland Research Center at the National Museum of Denmark to further archaeological and anthropological research in Greenland. The museum covers 14,000 years of Danish history, from the reindeer-hunters of the Ice Age, Vikings, and works of religious art from the Middle Ages, when the church was highly significant in Danish life. Danish coins from Viking times to the present and coins from ancient Rome and Greece, as well as examples of the coinage and currencies of other cultures, are exhibited also. The National Museum keeps Denmark’s largest and most varied collection of objects from the ancient cultures of Greece and Italy, the Near East and Egypt. For example, it holds a collection of objects that were retrieved during the Danish excavation of Tell Shemshara in Iraq in 1957.

Norse Magic and Beliefs

The National Museum of Denmark (Nationalmuseet) in Copenhagen is Denmark’s largest museum of cultural history, comprising the histories of Danish and foreign cultures, alike. The museum’s main building is located a short distance from Strøget at the center of Copenhagen. It contains exhibits from around the world, from Greenland to South America. Additionally, the museum sponsors SILA – The Greenland Research Center at the National Museum of Denmark to further archaeological and anthropological research in Greenland.

The museum has a number of national commitments, particularly within the following key areas: archaeologyethnologynumismaticsethnographynatural scienceconservationcommunication, building antiquarian activities in connection with the churches of Denmark, as well as the handling of the Danefæ (the National Treasures).

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The Prince’s Mansion is a palatial Rococo-style mansion located at Frederiksholms Kanal in central CopenhagenDenmark. It used to serve as the official residence of the Crown Prince of Denmark but now houses the National Museum of Denmark.

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The Holmegaard bows are a series of self bows found in the bogs of Northern Europe dating from the Mesolithic period. They are named after the Holmegaard area of Denmark in which the first and oldest specimens were found, and are the oldest bows discovered anywhere in the world.

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The Trundholm sun chariot (DanishSolvognen), is a Nordic Bronze Age artifact discovered in Denmark. It is a representation of the sun chariot, a bronze statue of a horse and a large bronze disk, which are placed on a device with spoked wheels.

The sculpture was discovered with no accompanying objects in 1902 in a peat bog on the Trundholm moor in Odsherred in the northwestern part of Zealand, (approximately 55°55′N 11°37′E). It is now in the collection of the National Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen.

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The Veksø helmets (or Viksø helmets) are a pair of Bronze Age ceremonial horned helmets found near Veksø in ZealandDenmark.

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The replicas of the Golden Horns of Gallehus exhibited at the National Museum of Denmark.

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The museum can be seen in the upper left next to Christiansborg, the seat of the Danish Parliament (Folketinget).

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Denmark

Danish Castles

Fortifications of Copenhagen

Kastellet and the Fortification Ring, Copenhagen, Denmark

Københavns Toldbod – Copenhagen Custom Tax Buildings

Københavns Frihavn – Copenhagen Freeport

The Little Mermaid

Rosenborg Castle

Christiansborg Slot – Christiansborg Castle

Christiansborg Bunker

Amalienborg Palace

Copenhagen City Hall

City Hall Square, Copenhagen

Frederiksberg Palace, Frederiksberg City Hall / Command Central

Charlottenborg Palace

Moltke’s Mansion

The Lur Blowers Monument

Dragon Fountain, Copenhagen

House of Architectural Heritage

The Royal Library

Copenhagen 1960s

Copenhagen, Denmark

Winter in Denmark

Tuborgflasken

King of the hill: Elephants, elegance and 170 years of Carlsberg

Thor in battle with the ‘giants’

Christianshavn, København, Danmark

Holmen

Søtorvet

Retired crane becomes luxury-retreat

The Olsen Gang’s Big Score, The Dragon House & The Gefion Fountain

University of Copenhagen Botanical Garden

Parks and open spaces in Copenhagen

Christiansborg

Kronborg – Helsingør

Rosenborg Castle

Amalienborg Palace

Frederiksborg Castle

Fredensborg Palace

Charlottenlund Palace

Bernstorff Palace and Palace Gardens

Frederiksberg Palace, Frederiksberg City Hall / Command Central

Bregentved

Augustenborg Palace

Lerchenborg Slot

Gavnø Slot

Ledreborg

Aalholm Slot

Holckenhavn

Holsteinborg

Vallø Slot

Hvedholm Slot

Tranekær Slot

Rosenholm Slot

Koldinghus

Gråsten Palace

Borreby Castle

Rosenfeldt Manor

Basnæs

Gram Slot

Berritzgaard

Krenkerup Gods

Lykkesholm Slot

Næsseslottet

Skjoldenæsholm Slot

Gurrehus

Herlufsholm

Sophienholm

Gyldensteen

Hørbygård

Rosengaard

Egholm

Arresødal

Christiansgave

Fredsholm

Lindholm

Krabbesholm (Gershøj Sogn)

Skanderborg Slot

Charlottenborg Palace

Varna Palæet

Moltke’s Mansion

Thott Mansion

Copenhagen City Hall

Valdemar’s Castle, Egeskov and Svendborg

Kronborg Castle and Helsingør Shipyard

Sønderborg Castle and Sønderborg Shipyard

Korsør Shipyard and Fortress

Hotel Koldingfjord

Værløse Air Base

More to come.

Ferdinand Vilhelm Jensen

Ferdinand Meldahl

Heinrich Wenck

Vilhelm Dahlerup

Martin Nyrop

Hack Kampmann

Emil Blichfeldt

Hermann Baagøe Storck

Ulrik Plesner

Aage Langeland-Mathiesen

Martin Borch

Johan Daniel Herholdt

Anton Rosen

Johan Schrøder

Vilhelm Fischer

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Teufelsburg (Saarland)


The Teufelsburg is a ruined castle in Felsberg, a district of the municipality of Überherrn, in the Saarlouis district in Saarland. The historical name is Neu-Felsberg.

The Teufelsburg castle ruins are west of Saarlouis on the edge of the central Saar valley on a mountain spur northeast of the 353.7 m above sea level. NHN high Schloßberg at about 320 m altitude. It is located north of Felsberg and can be easily reached from the district of Oberfelsberg via an agricultural road. The premium circular hiking trail Vauban-Steig also leads past the castle ruins. The castle offers a very good view over the Saar valley and the Hunsrück.


Time of origin 1360

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Castles in Saarland

Schloss Saarbrücken

Schloss Berg (Saarland)

Schloss Halberg

Schloss Dagstuhl

Schloss Bietschied

Schloss Münchweiler

Altes Schloss (Dillingen)

Gustavsburg

Siersburg

Burg Kerpen

Rathaus St. Johann (Saarbrücken)

Abtei Mettlach

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Illegal Alien Charged With Drug Trafficking, Now Charged With Child Rape In NC

Juan Jose Figueroa

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Siersburg


The Siersburg (also Siersberg Castle) is the ruin of a high medieval castle in the district of Siersburg in the Saarland municipality of Rehlingen-Siersburg in the district of Saarlouis, Germany. It was used as the state castle of the Duchy of Lorraine and, as the former seat of the Lords of Siersberg-Dillingen, has a close historical connection to the Old Castle in Dillingen/Saar on the opposite side of the Saar.

Time of origin around 1100 to 1200

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Castles in Saarland

Schloss Saarbrücken

Schloss Berg (Saarland)

Schloss Halberg

Schloss Dagstuhl

Schloss Bietschied

Schloss Münchweiler

Altes Schloss (Dillingen)

Gustavsburg

Burg Kerpen

Rathaus St. Johann (Saarbrücken)

Abtei Mettlach

South African Court: Singing “Kill the Boer!” is Not Hate Speech

A court in South Africa has ruled that singing „Kill the Boer! Kill the Farmer!“ is not Hate Speech. The civil rights organization AfriForum will appeal the case.

AfriForum had sued the radical Marxist “Economic Freedom Fighters” and their leader Julius Malema, who sing the so-called “Struggle Songs” to stoke racial hatred against white farmers.

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Julius Malema

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Maxar Technologies releases new satellite imagery of Zaporizhzhia NPP

The U.S. space technology company, Maxar Technologies, has released the new satellite imagery of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (NPP).

The relevant imagery was posted by Maxar Technologies on Twitter, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

“New satellite imagery from this morning, August 29, 2022, of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in Enerhodar, Ukraine,” the report states.

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An inspection team from the UN nuclear watchdog is on its way to Ukraine’s embattled Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, the organisation’s head said.

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Russia has turned Europe’s largest nuclear power plant into a fortress, stymying Ukraine’s forces and unnerving locals who fear both shelling and a radiation leak

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Storm P

I was at the Storm P museum as a teenager (some years ago). I have a image of a drawing in my head, but I can not find it online.

The image (as I remember it) has some similarities with “Back to Nature” (above).

Storm P. Museum at Frederiksberg.

“Indside and Outside”


“Everyone is closest to himself”

From Wikipedia:

Robert Storm Petersen (19 September 1882 – 6 March 1949) was a Danish cartoonist, writer, animator, illustrator, painter and humorist. He is known almost exclusively by his pen name Storm P.

He was the son of a butcher and grew up in Copenhagen in a lower middle class environment. After interrupted studies at the Academy of Art, he worked as a free-lance painter, illustrator and cabaret entertainer. Already during World War I he was a well-known artist, and from about 1920 onward he was almost a national “institution” as a humorist, partly because of his versatile interests. His first comic strip was printed in 1906, in the Danish tabloid Ekstra Bladet. He was for many years connected to the Copenhagen newspaper Berlingske Tidende as a comic writer and cartoonist.

Petersen left about 60,000 drawings and 100 paintings of varied quality. His drawings are very often illustrated jokes, or series of a theme besides artist sketches. Among his favourite themes are the vagabonds – who are portrayed as dressed-up petty philosophers – and the circus milieu that he regarded with much warmth.

Storm P. Museum is located at Frederiksberg. Storm P. Museum first opened its doors to the public in 1977. The museum building is housed in a former police station which dates back to the mid-1880s. The museum features expressionistic watercolors and oil painting together with a comic strip library, sound clips, photographs, films and newspaper clippings. The museum also hosts a variety of changing exhibitions and educational activities. 

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Relateret billede

Gullaschbaron drawn by Storm P.

Between (((Gulasch Barons))) and Defending Neutrality – Denmark in WW1

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