When you visit Copenhagen the Copenhagen Amber House is a interesting attraction on a sightseeing tour. In the Amber Museum you will find impressive collection of antiques and artifact, and it is including a wide array of entombed insects from prehistoric times. The location fits to the museum in Kanneworffs House, a charming old house dating back to 1606, which is one of the oldest houses in Copenhagen.
House of Amber and Copenhagen Amber Museum are also delighted to present our visitors to the largest piece of amber in the world. The piece became enlisted in Guinness World of Records on June 1st 2015 and weighs 104.72 pounds (47.5 kg). The amber piece was found in the Dharmasraya region in West Sumatra in 2014 and is around 15-25 million years old.
The high quality of our amber jewellery is guaranteed by the museum, which was founded and run by some of the most knowledgeable amber experts in the world.
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