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DMD participate in Culture Night

DMD participate in Culture Night

29-09-2014 14:00:00


Danish Maritime Days docks at Amalie Haven's Wharf during the Culture Night in Copenhagen on 10 October. Here you can get on Denmark's oldest training ship Georg Stage, and you can go on an adventurous journey toward the ocean floor.

Besides a talk with students at Georg Stage, which has offered the maritime world-class education since 1882, the public is invited within the schooner Lila Dan to the art exhibition Sea Fairytales.

The exhibition takes a look for the playful and childlike visitors on a trip down to the ocean floor.
Certainly, back on land, Maritime Authority inspection vessel Poul Løwenørn 2001 will open its doors to the public. The ship oversees and maintains the many vague and pine, which regulates the

Danish waters and ensure safety at sea.

Source: Danish Maritime Days / Maritime Denmark


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