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Take a look inside Sweden's newly renovated National Museum

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Take a look inside Sweden's newly renovated National Museum
The National Museum's collection has doubled in size. Photo: Fredrik Sandberg/TT
12:19 CEST+02:00
Sweden's National Museum is reopening on Saturday after a huge five-year renovation project. Take a digital tour of the revamped rooms and galleries here.

The renovations have cost 1.2 billion kronor, and it was the first time the museum has undergone total renovations since it first opened its doors in 1866.

From Saturday, it will start welcoming visitors again, who can see a collection that has doubled in size since it was last open.

The objects on display include paintings and sculptures created across Europe.

Admission to the National Museum will be free.

Take a look inside HERE

 

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