Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, Stockholm

(2.8/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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  • Museum of far Eastern Antiquities, requires more attention than it has received. It is located on Skeppsholmen. With its collections of East Asian subject impresses it large. Collections of Chinese and Japanese subject is unique and very old. See them! Go there! You will not regret it.
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  • This small museum might not look like much, but actually contains a lot of interesting items. We thought we'd have time to go through the whole Museum in two hours, but I and my company had to run through the last part of the exhibition, and decided to come back another day. Because admission is free so it is perfect to visit a boring Sunday afternoon, more than once. However, I was a bit disappointed with p supply in the Museum Shop, a bit of dull stuff that is not appealed to me.
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  • To wander around on Skeppsholmen is something special and once you are there is a visit to the Museum of far Eastern Antiquities, a good option. The Museum is certainly not one of Stockholm's largest, but for those who are interested in East Asian culture has exhibits much to offer when it comes to Chinese, Japanese or Korean culture and history. The Museum also has a nice cafe for those who wish to start or finish with something good in my stomach.
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