Tojhusmuseet, translated as The Royal Danish Arsenal Museum or the National Museum of Military History, in Copenhagen is a military museum.
The building which houses Tojhusmuseet was originally constructed under Christian IV as the royal arsenal, containing weaponry and cannons since 1604.
Today, this vast building, which boasts Europe’s the longest arched renaissance hall, exhibits an impressive array of weaponry dating back as far as 500 years.
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