The Royal Cast Collection, Vestindisk Pakhus, Copenhagen.

The Royal Cast Collection is part of the Danish National Gallery. It The collection contains more than 2000 plaster casts of the masterpieces of Western culture. Admission is free for the permanent exhibition.

The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from 1000 to 1700, Wednesday 1000 tto 2000.

The Royal Cast Collection, Toldbodgade 40, Vestindisk Pakhus. 

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