Art & Culture

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Experience Scandinavia through art and culture

Best known for its focus on minimalism, functionality, and natural materials, Nordic art has recently gained international interest. Contemporary art galleries, legendary architecture, and historical museums are just the start of what Scandinavian culture has to offer. Art can be discovered everywhere in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, with local and foreign artists presenting their work in places of historical significance.

 

Impressive museums and art galleries reveal the history of the Scandinavian civilization. From the Nordic stone age and the Viking age to the European integration. So, do you want to learn more about Scandinavian history, art, and culture? Read our posts and discover everything you need to know and see before or during your trip to the Nordic countries.

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