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Rebecca B. / 217 items

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From the chapel at the Renaissance castle Kronborg in Helsingør, Denmark. The chapel was inaugurated in 1582. 200 years later the castle was turned into military barracks, the interior fittings were stored away and the space used as a gymnasium(!). But the items were kept, and in 1838 they were reinstated in their original place and there they remain to this day.

Tags:   Denmark Danmark Dänemark Dinamarca Danemark Danimarca デンマーク Helsingør Helsingor Helsingör Elsinore Kronborg Kronborg slot kronborgs slott Schloss Kronborg Palacio de Kronborg Castillo de Kronborg château de Kronborg castello di Kronborg クロンボー城 slot slott Schloss palacio castillo château castello 城 Renaissance Renacimiento renässans chapel kapell Kapelle chapelle Capilla cappella チャペル pew church pew kyrkbänk Kirchengestühl banc d'église Kirchenbank banco de iglesia panca banco pulpit predikstol Púlpito chaire pulpito 講壇

N 8 B 1.5K C 2 E Aug 2, 2007 F Feb 13, 2009
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The inscription reads: SOSTRATH EUXENIDES. It was found in Acharnai, Attica. It is made of marble, and dates from from 330 B.C. It is now displayed at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, and has inventory number 1695.

Tags:   Greek burial grave scultpure relief Glyptoteket Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek glyptotek Denmark danmark dänemark dinamarca danemark danimarca tombstone headstone gravestone gravsten grabstein lápida funeraria hilarri pierre des morts stèle funéraire sépulture museum musée museo Copenhagen København euxenides sostrath acharnai attica attika stele classical classical greece marble marmor mármol marbre marmo my_gear_and_me

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Found in the tomb of the Licinis, Rome. Dated to 30-50 A.D.

#Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek was founded by the brewer Carl Jacobsen, a man who had a vivid interest in contemporary Danish and French art - and ancient art too. He had a great collection which he, and his wife Ottilia donated to the public, in two deeds in 1888 and 1889. The collection seen today still reflects these intentions.

The museum contains over 10 000 objects of art - ancient and somewhat more modern.
The museum today consists of four buildings - the oldest being the Dahlerup building, named after its architect Vilhelm Dahlerup, who was the master behind what is still the main entrance to the museum. His complex was symmetrical with three wings, around an open court-yard. He was very influenced by earlier eras, and for example the façade is in a style which should be called Italian Renaissance - though 400 years too late. His interior was in turn influenced by both roccoco, and the Imperial Rome. This was inaugurated in 1897.

The second building was made by Hack Kampmann, and fittingly called the Kampmann building. Kampmann was a classicist, and his creation differed greatly from the other. But the second building was built to fit with the already existing one, forming a closed courtyard in the middle, which was covered with glass and would form one of the most famous sights of the place, the Winter Garden. This was opened to the public in 1906.

In 1996 the latest addition to the museum was opened to the public, the Henning Larsens building, by the architect of the same name.

Tags:   agen roman bust tomb grave burial Glyptoteket Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek glyptotek Denmark danmark dänemark dinamarca danemark danimarca sculpture skulptur escultura scultura museum musée museo

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The church Vor Frue Kirke (Danish for Church of Our Lady), is the cathedral of Copenhagen, built in Neoclassical style 1817-1829. It wasn't a cathedral back when it was built (hence that it's not in the name, I suppose), but only since the foundation of the Diocese of Copenhagen in 1922. This church is the fourth one on this spot since the founding of the first one some time not long before 1187 - all these predecessors were destroyed by fire (in 1313, 1728 and 1807 - the third and last time was in the Battle of Copenhagen when British troops bombarded the city).

Tags:   Denmark Danmark Dänemark Dinamarca Danemark Danimarca デンマーク Copenhagen København Köpenhamn Vor Frue Kirke Vårfrukyrkan Church of Our Lady Frauenkirche Iglesia de Nuestra Señora Notre-Dame cathedral cathédrale cattedrale catedral Katedral 大聖堂 church kirche kyrka église Chiesa Iglesia 教会堂 Neoclassical Neoclassicism Klassizismus Nyklassicism neoclasicismo néo-classicisme neoclassicismo 新古典主義

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Sculpture of the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite. Originally misinterpreted, after the rediscovery in more modern times, as a sculpture of Hera (a very different kind of goddess), and given the name Hera Borghese. Eventually it was discovered that the identification was wrong, and this is now known to be a Roman marble copy (from the second century A.D.) of a classical Greek original made of bronze.

Now on display at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen.

Tags:   Denmark Danmark Dänemark Dinamarca Danemark Danimarca デンマーク Copenhagen København Köpenhamn Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Glyptoteket Kopenhagen Copenhague Copenaghen コペンハーゲン Aphrodite Afrodite Afrodita アプロディーテー scultura sculpture escultura skulptur 彫刻 statue staty statua estatua 塑像 marble marmor Mármol marbre marmo 大理石 Roman romersk römisch romain romano ローマの goddess gudinna Göttin diosa dea déesse 女神


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