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Denmark’s Soon-to-Open Hans Christian Andersen Museum Will Let You Step Inside His Fairytale World – Concrete Playground

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Every time you sing along to The Little Mermaid, you nod to Danish author Hans Christian Andersen. If you grew up reading The Little Match Girl, Thumbelina, The Emperor’s New Clothes, The Princess and the Pea and The Ugly Duckling, you’ve been familiar with his work on the page, too. And, when Frozen became a huge cinema hit, it took inspiration from the writer’s 1844 fairytale The Snow Queen. Basically, Andersen’s stories have been a big part of everyone’s childhoods — in recent decades and, in written form, for nearly two centuries.

So, you’ve already spent plenty of time escaping into the author’s narratives. Once the middle of 2021 rolls around (and once international travel starts returning to normal, of course), you can also…



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