The DigitaltMuseum is made by museums and other cultural institutions from Norway. It contains a range of sources including photography, objects, art, architecture, stories, film and sound clips. Among the diverse list of contributors to the collection are military museums, regional museums, the railroad museum, technical museums, and a majority of Norwegian country libraries. The collection includes items from the Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim City museum and the Norwegian folk museum. Of particular interest to historians, is the large number of sources from before, during, and after the First and Second World Wars in Norway, in which the growing collection already boasts nearly 12000 photographs. Additionally, it holds famous artwork such as the paintings “Skrik” (scream) and “morderen” (the murderer) by Edvard Munch, and the artefact of the Norwegian constitution from 1814.
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