The Danish National Museum is a conservation center dedicated to the history of Danish civilization confronted with other civilizations and is located in Copenhagen. The rococo palace was built in 1743-44 by Nicolai Eigtved as the residence of Federico V. The ground floor shows exhibits from prehistory to about 1000. The rune hall is fascinating, with several Saxons bearing the above rune scenes. We continue with weapons, jewelery, boats, splits and reconstructions of villages and so on. On the first floor, however, is the section dedicated to the Middle Ages-Renaissance. On the second floor there is the section covering the period from the '600 to the' 2000. It is very well done, thanks to a path that shows reconstructions of rooms and houses typical of every era, objects of everyday life of ordinary people, history of great characters, passing through the various sovereigns, the Nazi occupation of the Second World War, the technological boom and so on. It is articulated in six sections.