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Johannes Larsen Museet, Kerteminde
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  • It is not the first time we were here. But also do not last. I like L's pictures. And then there are pictures of Christine Swane g Lars. Next stop is Faaborg museum. They can some of these painters from Funen.
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  • The Museum is built around Johannes Larsen's home and Studio, in addition to a large modern museum building. The garden is nice peaceful home and touching to see, especially the gorgeous dining room. Museundbygningen contains several of Johannes Larsen's paintings, but there are also (mostly natural) paintings by other artists. Remember to view the Mill located just outside the Museum. If you are going to see other museums in the area, it might be a good idea to buy a single ticket for all østfyens museums. It gives a great saving.
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  • Not to be missed. The gallery turned out to be a collection of old buildings and a contemporary galley. As you would expect there were many paintings by Johannes Larsen but also many world by other ar...  more »
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  • Museum with two existing stories. Alternating art exhibitions in the new buildings and L's wonderful birds paintings. Bound together by the well-preserved and beautiful artist home.
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  • Fine museum, which is beautifully situated where Alhed and Johannes Larsen built their home. There is both an exhibition area, a fine villa and a nice garden to enjoy-in addition to all the wonderful works. We did not reach the Café. It is possible to Park not far from the Museum-in fact, the car park marked as belonging to the Museum.
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  • A great experience
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