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Danish Architecture Centre

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"The Danish Architecture Centre (DAC) is a hub for exhibitions, events, educational programs, and discussions on contemporary architecture and urban planning. DAC is located inside the BLOX building, which also houses a co-working space, a fitness center, 2 restaurants, a parking facility, and 22 apartments on the top. Their own website tells it best; “DAC features two exhibition rooms, a children’s universe Educatorium, several conference rooms, the art installation DAC Slide, Design Shop, and a spectacular view of the city from the café and its large rooftop terraces. Did you know that approximately 25,000 cars pass through BLOX every day? The building is constructed around a busy road, with 5 floors below the road and 5 floors above.” Want to know more? Go here https://dac.dk/en/visit/ Opening hours Mon-Sun: 10am to 6pm (Thursdays: 10am to 9pm) Tickets: Adults: €15.5 Youth (u. 26): €8 Children (u. 18): Free "
"If anything, you should at least take a walk around this controversial Danish building! Danish Architecture Center, is Denmark’s national center for the development and dissemination of knowledge about architecture, building and urban development. PRICE: 115 DKK (15 EUR)"

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