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Reviews about Nordiska museet

zenozhong

4/5
Reviewed on 11 Apr 2017

Not very big, very delicate, collect Nordic life and cultural goods from the royal to the people since ancient times, there are also Nordic home design and supplies exhibition on the fourth floor. The furniture of the early upmarket society is in fact very similar to that of France, somehow later turned to a practical and simple style.

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Nordiska museet
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