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M 174 Thursdays 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. all year round See our advertisement under: Attractions The CISTERNS Søndermarken DK-2000 Frederiksberg Phone: 30 73 80 32 See map page 14,F4 Website: www.cisternerne.dk Email: info@cisternerne.dk Deep below the green lawns of Søndermarken lies a secret, sprawling underground world. The darkness, coldness and dampness envelopes you as you venture into the huge 4,400 m² old water reservoir, reminiscent of long-forgotten cathedrals and gloomy catacombs. The Cisterns once contained the supply of drinking water for the Danish capital and could hold as much as 16 million liters of clean water. By 1933, the cisterns ceased their function as a reservoir for drinking water, and they were finally drained in 1981. Today, The Cisterns act as a spectacular setting for art exhibitions and events where the singularity of its architecture and atmosphere remains a core attraction. “strong” In 2017 the ambitious exhibition in The Cisterns will be a journey through an underground sea of light and darkness, when the internationally acknowledged Japanese architect Hiroshi Sambuichi modifies the monumental halls “strong” (until February 2, 2018). Opening hours: Tuesday-Sunday from 11. Closing times will vary with the length of day from 3pm in winter to 8pm in the height of summer. Admission: Adults DKK 60, Seniors and students DKK 50, Children under 18 free See our advertisement page 164 THE DANISH JEWISH MUSEUM Proviantpassagen 6 DK-1218 København K Phone: 33 11 22 18 See map page 13,E6 Website: www.jewmus.dk Email: info@jewmus.dk See our advertisement SOPHIENHOLM Nybrovej 401 DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby Phone: 45 88 40 07 See map page 14,E4 Website: www.sophienholm.dk Email: sophienholm@ltk.dk Sophienholm is an exhibition hall owned by Lyngby-Taarbæk town council. Situated in a beautiful park overlooking Lake Bagsværd and annually showing four or five major art exhibitions it attracts visitors mainly from the greater Copenhagen area. All the year round minor exhibitions are shown in the Cobra Room – a former woodland hut where a group of artists used to meet, now converted into a museum annex, and during the summer season, various arrangements, concerts, and entertainment take place in the surrounding park. Contact person: Director Benedicte Bojesen Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Thursday 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. Monday closed. Conducted tours Sundays 3 p.m. Public transport: HT-bus no. 191 from Lyngby Station (towards Sorgenfri). For information on the Baadfarten (Excursion boat service), Lyngby-Bagsværd-Furesøen sailing list, please call +45 45 87 01 52. Cafeteria: Telephone: +45 45 88 40 05. 1st May – 30th September: 12 a.m. – 8 p.m. 1st October – 30th April: 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. w Interiør af Daniel Libeskind Proviantpassagen 6, 1218 København K Phone 3311 2218 June-August Tuesday to Sunday: 10 am - 5 pm September-May Tuesday to Friday: 1 pm - 4 pm Saturday and Sunday: 12 noon - 5 pm www.jewmus.dk


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