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The exhibition on Tycho Brahe's life and science is displayed in the former All Saints Church.
Tycho Brahe was unique. The foremost astronomer of the Renaissance created the world's most modern observatory on Ven. It was here he questioned the thousand-year-old laws that were said to govern the universe. It was here he performed calculations that would remain valid for three hundred years. It was here he identified and named 777 stars with his Naked Eye.
The exhibition deals with Tycho Brahe, both as a person and a scientist as well as everyday and court life at Uraniborg.
Insula Hvæna - about the 16th century citizens
The Tycho Brahe Museum wants to create an experience channel to the 16th century, that not only tells about the nobility and science. In the digital exhibition "Insula Hvæna" we also meet the natives of the 16th century - the farmers, the fishermen and the children in the village.
Experience Uraniborg from the inside and meet some of those who lived and worked here! Together with historical objects from the castle, some of its most exciting rooms are are displayed in a digital reconstruction.
Tycho Brahe's castle Uraniborg was completed in 1580, in its construction unique for its time. Less than 40 years later it was demolished and only fragments remain.
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