The Museum´s website is best displayed using a modern browser such as recent versions of Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Opera or Safari.
This website has a responsive design, and will adapt to the device you use when surfing to it. It is designed for easy access by most people. If you find the text too small or too large, you can easily adjust it by using your browser´s built-in text-size function.
In most browsers, you can alter the size of the text simply by holding down the Ctrl key and turning the mouse wheel. You will otherwise find the text-size function in one of the browser menus.
You can print files from our website using the website´s built-in print function. You´ll find this to the far right at the bottom of the page.
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To open PDF files, you´ll need Acrobat Reader. You can download Acrobat Reader free of charge from Adobe´s website.
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