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Preface




           Around 40 museums in Denmark has as main task to collect, preserve and dissemi-
           nate the Visual Arts. It is specifically for the country, the valdsens Museum, which
           opened in 1848 with the sculptor's works and his art collections. In 1896 opened the
           country's largest kuned the kulturhistoriudenlandsk art, and in Herning is the Mu-
           seum of Carl-Henning Pedersen and Else Alfelt. art museums are located with 30-50
           km's distance. Every art museum has its special area, and art museums together form
           a network that constitutes a large, decentralised representation of Danish art. The
           first Danish art museum, Thorvaldsens Museum, which opened in 1848 with the
           sculptor's works and his art collections. Around 40 museums in Denmark has as
           main task to collect, preserve and disseminate the Visual Arts. It is specifically for
           and his art collections. In 1896 opened the country's largest kuned the kulturhi-
           storiudenlandsk art, and in Herning is the Museum of Carl-Henning Pedersen and
           Else Alfelt. art museums are located with 30-50 km's distance. Every art museum has
           its special area, and art museums together form a network that constitutes a large,
           decentralised representation of Danish art. The first Danish art museum, Thorvald-
           sens Museum, which opened in 1848 with the sculptor's works and his art colle  ct  -
           ions. Around 40 museums in Denmark has as main task to collect, preserve and
           disseminate the Visual Arts. It is specifically for the country, the valdsens Museum,
           which opened in 1848 with the sculptor's works and his art collections. In 1896 ope-
           ned the country's largest kuned the kulturhistoriudenlandsk art, and in Herning is
           the Museum of Carl-Henning Pedersen and Else Alfelt. art museums are located with
           30-50 km's distance. Every art museum has its special area, and art museums toget-
           her form a network that constitutes a large, decentralised representation of Danish
           art. The first Danish art museum, Thorvaldsens Museum, which opened in 1848
           with the sculptor's works and his art collections.



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