E21***82The Aarhus Art Museum is located in Aarhus, the second largest city in Denmark. Its design interprets a unique book-Dante's "The Divine Comedy". The underground art gallery means "fallen angel", and the museum and entrance hall are called Olafur Eliasson’s paradise—just like the art installation “Your Rainbow Panorama”—the sky corridor created by the glass roof immerses the city landscape in front of you In the reflected light of various glass.
舞琦琦Stay away from the hustle and bustle of the city and return to nature. If you feel that the pace of life in the city is too fast and you can’t breathe under the pressure, then you and I can experience the natural scenery of Silkeborg, Denmark, and live a slow-paced life and enjoy Live, embrace nature. There are many places worth visiting in Denmark, such as the Hans Christian Andersen Museum, Tivoli Gardens, Anberg Palace, etc., but I most want to recommend you to Silkeborg, where there are large farms, beautiful country paths, and The relaxing "bathing lake" also has regular fireworks teams. Every attraction can make you forget the troubles of life and feel relaxed and happy. I went in June, just in time for their annual jazz festival. Silkeborg was very lively that day. You can hear hearty laughter wherever you go. No matter how bad your mood is, you will be inexplicable. Was infected with that pleasure. Watching them singing and dancing, I can't help but join their team. After playing, I jumped into the local "bathing lake", which relieved my physical and mental exhaustion, and felt the beauty of life. If you are tired in a big city, then you must come to Silkeborg to feel life and embrace life. Warm tip: It is recommended to play around a week, wear comfortable sneakers, you need to bring a jacket in June in Denmark, the temperature is around 12 degrees.
E21***82Aarhus Cathedral (Aarhus Cathedral) is located in Aarhus, Jutland, Denmark. It was built in the 12th century and is an ancient Roman-style marble building. It was built by the most famous Danish architects Jacobsen and Eri Designed by Camilla. Climbing to the top of the tower and overlooking Aarhus Bay, you have an open mind and endless scenery. The interior of the church is 93 meters deep, and it is the longest church in Denmark. What you see now is what it looks like after being rebuilt in the 15th century. The altar made in 1479 is a unique work at that time. The frescoes painted on the wall are also very famous. The pipe organ here It is also the largest in Denmark.
The interior of the cathedral is almost 100 meters deep. It is the deepest church in Denmark. The easternmost part is the original 12th century Romanesque auditorium, while the rest is mostly 15th century Gothic buildings.
乖小咪The open-air museum in Aarhus is a museum here that reflects the style of this ancient town more than 100 years ago. The buildings here are all old buildings of the year. The architectural decorations are preserved at the time and have a sense of age. The visit seems to have passed back more than 100 years ago. It is really interesting.
E21***82The Aalborg History Museum is built in the old town. The interior decoration is exquisite and gorgeous, showing Aalborg’s historical status and prosperity during the Renaissance. The museum has a collection of art and furniture from prehistoric times to the present. The yellowed books, old sculptures, and antique household items make you feel like walking on the streets of Aalborg hundreds of years ago; while walking through the corridors At a glance, you can see the white tile artwork, and immediately pull your thoughts back to the modern age, and feel the exquisite craftsmanship and high-end design of the new era.
乖小咪The Women's Museum in Aarhus is a professional museum dedicated to displaying feminine products. In addition to the display of different places between women and men, there are also many introductions of women's products, including some dolls, and many other items. The products are still very rich and worth visiting.