Copenhagen

Statens Museum for Kunst

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48-50 Sølvgade ,
Copenhagen,

Denmark,
1307.

Bordered by the sprawling botanical gardens and 17th-century Rosenborg Castle (where the crown jewels are on view), the palatial national gallery holds the broadest survey of Danish art (including masterpieces by Kristoffer Eckersberg, father of Denmark's 19th-century Golden Age of art), along with paintings from Dutch and Flemish masters: Bruegel, Rubens, and Rembrandt.