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KØS

Denmark’s only
museum of art
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KØS
Nørregade 29
DK 4600 Køge
+45 56 67 60 20
info@koes.dk

Tuesday-Sunday 11-17
Monday closed
40 min from
Copenhagen H
The Obel Family Foundation
Supports KØS’ curatorial strategy 2019-2021

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