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{Denmark} A Cave within a City

May 26, 2014

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As far as unusual exhibition spaces go, Cisternerne – the only dripstone cave in Denmark – underneath Frederiksberg’s Søndermarken Park by Copenhagen has to be the most unusual I’ve ever visited. Once a subterranean reservoir providing the Danish capital with drinking water (it covers a space of 4,320 square metres and at full capacity can hold 16 millions litres of water!), ‘The Cisterns’ was turned in to an exhibition space in the mid 1990s and was home to a museum of modern glass art from […]

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