It is well worth visiting this recently renovated museum, which stands as proof of the strength of an entire country.
A country's resistance.
Like the Phoenix that emerged from the ashes, the Museum of the Danish Resistance honoured its name by re-opening after a terrible fire in the spring of 2013. If you get the chance, it is worth visiting during your trip to Copenhagen; it was only closed temporarily and their goal is to continue narrating the Danish resistance during Nazi occupation. After the laborious task of restoring objects affected by the fire, the Museum of the Resistance contains more than 60,000 photos, secret communications, parts and reports of guerrilla movements, geographical distribution of the resistance around the country and civilian support. This is a tribute to the brave Danes who tried to boycott the Nazi invasion and the many who lost their lives in the attempt.