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Tranekaer International Center for Art and Nature
Approximately 20 site-specific works made of primarily of natural materials. The 60 acres of landscaped park surround Tranekaer castle on the Island of Langeland. Works are by national and international artists, including Drury, Goldsworthy, Mauri, Nash, Nils-Udo, Norman, Poitras, Prigann, Roed, Sonfist and Spiliopoulos.
Ostergade 10, DK-5900 Rudkobing. Contact Alfio Bonanno. Tel/fax (45-62) 513293, or (45-62)513294. Open all year.

Charming museum and sculpture park half hour from Copenhagen, overlooks the Oresund which separates Denmark and Sweden, which can be seen easily on clear days. Well curated collection of international art works.
Gl. Strandvej 13, DK-3050 Humlebaek, Denmark.

Forest Art
Twelve site-specific sculptures by Jorn Ronnau in the forest of Marselisborg, in Arhus. The sculptures are created from rooted tree trunks.
Lars Kruses Gade 4, DK 8000 Arhus. Contact Jorn Ronnau. (44-86) 209535.


Torskind Gammel Grusgrav Sculpture Park
The park opened in 1991 and is situated in an old gravel pit with a view over the Vejle valley. It consists of works by French sculptor Jean Clareboudt and Danish sculptor Robert Jacobsen.
Near small town of Egtved, 25km from Vejle. Contact: Egtved Kommune, Tybovej 2, 6040. (45-76) 64 11 11. Fax (45-75)551881, or contact: Dir. Nina Damsgaard, Vejle Art Museum. (45-75) 723199. Fax (45-75) 821955.

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