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Workers' Museum (Arbejdermuseet)


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Posted on: October 25, 2008 at 5:07PM

My late husband was born and reared in Copenhagen. We married there and lived in a typical Dansk apartment in the early 60s. In the early 80s the Workers' Museum (Arbejdermuseet) was opened. It is one of the best places to both visit and eat at in Copenhagen. After walking through 150 years of Danish culture, both work and habitat, you can dine at the Café (a typical Dansk restaurant from the early years) in the same building for a very reasonable price. The food and traditional beer are delightful. And, you'll more fully appreciate the cuisine after visiting the Museum itself. I never go back to Denmark (Danmark) without a visit here: http://www.arbejdermuseet.dk/UK/Cafe/cafe_oelhalle/default.asp?menu=4 Don't miss it! report a problem

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