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National Museum Of Fine Arts
Medeltids museet

31 Reviews
Recommended sightseeing time: 1-2 hours
Address: Strömparterren 3, 111 30 Stockholm, Sweden
Phone: +46-8-50831620

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The Swedish Medieval Museum mainly exhibits some cultural relics and works of art from the European Middle Ages. It has many collections, with sculptures as the main collection. Among them, ancient Greek sculptures, ancient Egyptian mummies, and statues from the Balkans can be found here. This is an important exhibition hall for understanding the ancient history of Europe and it is worth visiting.

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Swedan's largest art museum is the National Museum of Fine Arts in Stockholm. It has the collections of arts of Rembrandt, Renoir and Gauguin and many other artists. Art lovers must know their arts very well. This museum was founded by King Gustav III in 1792. It was called by the people as The Royal Museum, it received its current name in 1886, after the construction of the present building. You can view drawings dating back to the Middle Ages, paintings by famous Swedish artists Zorn and Larsson as well as the modern arts. Peoples as well as scholars are all allowed to the museum's art library to see that famous arts.
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