Denmark’s largest tourist attraction has just opened to the public, and it’s set to be a real hit with locals.
In an exclusive interview with TechRadars, tour guide and author of the book, The Journey Through The Ancient World, Nils Sørensen, reveals that it is the first major ancient world tourist attraction to be opened in the country, and he hopes to see many more coming.
“I think that it will be a huge success, not just in Denmark, but also globally,” said Søndernsen.
The Chernoby Museum is located on the coast of southern Finland, in the town of Stavanger, which is the birthplace of the Chernobyllans, the ancient people who built the city.”
It’s been so long since I’ve been here, and I don’t know if I can imagine what it’s like to have a new world coming to you.”
The Chernoby Museum is located on the coast of southern Finland, in the town of Stavanger, which is the birthplace of the Chernobyllans, the ancient people who built the city.
Visitors can wander through the grounds and explore the Chermyl’s history and mythology, as well as see artefacts and sculptures dating back to the time of the early Chermyls.
“The Chermyllis were the earliest people in Finland, and they lived in the Chermis Mountains in the eastern part of the country,” explained Sønernsen, “So when they came back from the sea, they took their clothes, their clothing and everything with them, and built a boat.”
“They started their civilization on the sea and were so close to the land that they got married and had children, and then they became nomads.”
“Their culture is very ancient, and so is their art.
The museum is open to the general public for the first two weeks of May, but is open on special holidays, such as Holidays in History, and other special occasions. “
They are very important to the history of Finland and the whole world, and also to the Finnish people, because their art has always been very beautiful.”
The museum is open to the general public for the first two weeks of May, but is open on special holidays, such as Holidays in History, and other special occasions.
The first exhibition will be in the autumn.
“We’re very excited to open this museum,” said Nils.
“I think it’s going to be very exciting to see people walking through the walls and seeing the history, the myths, the art, and just to see the culture that we all know.”
The first show is entitled The Chernobyle’s Journey Through Ancient Greece, and will take place at the Chermorel Castle in Stavangers from April 24-May 2.
It’s set at the entrance to the Chermyski Mountains and features artefacts from around the world.
The museum will also feature the world’s largest bronze statue, the world famous bronze statue of the Roman Emperor Hadrian, and bronze sculptures by a number of artists from all over the world, including the famous bronze sculpture of the Goddess of Victory.
The museum has already received support from the Finnish Government and the Danish Government, and Sønden believes the show will be successful.
“That’s our main aim, to get the Chermoël to open, because we’ve always had great support from Finland and Denmark, and we’re going to have great support and support from other countries too,” he said.