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Museum Ovartaci, Risskov
(4.1/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • I took the family with and see the Museum. The story about the parent company is all worth it, at the same time as the exhibition is brash and forceful so that it puts our existence at the tip, and reminds us of the daily balancing act it is to live at all.
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  • Ovartaci but also other psychiatric patients have created art on a global scale which cannot but be fascinated. The mental patients ' history and life are portrayed at the same time and gives an insight into how difficult it all was in the lead-up to that came better medical treatment of mental illness.
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  • Visit this small museum, a curly history, about a man with a curly brain ... On 1. Hall one can see the history of Psychiatry, as o itself is exciting ... But Ovartacis works are impressive and beautiful. The story is fascinating and thought-provoking ... What was really of his brain, the one statement to further research?
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  • Great museum with art you've never seen before.
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  • Great place, definitely a visit please.
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  • We had a really good day. And it closes may soon so it's just to get past. 30 DKK for studied and 40 for others. Very brittle but thought-provoking art. Upstairs you can read about Psychiatry in Denmark as well as see old historical ' AIDS ' such as dårekisten. Scary!
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  • It is absolutely fantastic place and works
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