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Skagens Museum

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From around 1870 a colony of painters from Denmark and some from Sweden and Norway were drawn by the light of Skagen. At Skagens Museum you can find many of the famous paintings by people like Anna and Michael Ancher, P.S. Kroeyer,  Christian Krogh and Holger Drachmann.

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A: Broendums Hotel

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Broendums Hotel were the place where the Skagen painters and other artist gathered from the 1870's. T...

Broendums Hotel

B: Skagen Railway Station

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There has been a railway to Skagen since 1890. Today a private railway company is running the  37.4 k...

Skagen Railway Station

C: Main Street In Skagen

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Main Street In Skagen

D: Yellow Houses In Skagen

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Yellow Houses In Skagen

E: Swathe Light At Skagen

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The Swathe Light at Fyrbakken north of Skagen is a replica of an original 400 years old "lighthouse"....

Swathe Light At Skagen

F: Lighthouses North Of Skagen

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Just north of Skagen you find two old lighthouses no longer in use. At Fyrbakken to the east you see ...

Lighthouses North Of Skagen

G: Skagen Harbour

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The harbour of Skagen is and old fishing harbour. Today modern yachts have taken the central part of ...

Skagen Harbour

H: Skagen Church Interior

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Skagen and the landscape in the north is famous for it's light, so naturally the church has big windo...

Skagen Church Interior

I: Skagen Church

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The neoclassical Skagen Church was build in 1841. The first architect was royal building director C.F...

Skagen Church

J: Skagen - Dansk Fisker og Redningsmand

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Dansk Fisker og Redningsmand - The "Danish Fisherman and Rescuer" was created by the danish sculptor ...

Skagen - Dansk Fisker og Redningsmand

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