The Ordrupgaard Museum is a must-see for lovers of good architecture: in 2005 its initial 1920s' structure was combined with the sinuous and fluctuating forms that reveal the signature of Zaha Hadid. As if an animal had appeared crouching in the grass, framed by the surrounding garden, the Ordrupgaard Museum arose thanks to the initiative of collector Wilhelm Hansen, who, in 1918, opened his country house to the public twice weekly so that the Danes could see his collection of French and impressionist painting. Gauguin, Cézanne, Manet, Delacroix, Renoir and Degas are some of the famous inhabitants of the museum, which is part of a romantic park that hosted exclusive parties in the 20th century and is now a family and tourist picnic spot.
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