Alkol Müzesi

Alkol Müzesi (İsveççeSpritmuseum) Stockholm'ün Djurgården adasında 18. yüzyıldan kalan bir binada yer alan ve İsveçlilerin alkol tüketimi konu alan müze.[1]

Alkol Müzesi
Spritmuseum
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Müze girişi
Açılış 1967
Koordinatlar 59°19'37.39"N, 18°5'38.25"E Edit this on Wikidata
Ülkede içki yasaklanma halkoylamasında İsveçlileri, yasağa evet demeye çağıran poster
Albert Engström'ün ünlü posteri, ülkede içki yasaklanma halkoylamasında İsveçlileri, yasağa hayır demeye çağırıyor.

Müze, İsveç halkının alkolle ilişkisini araştırıyor. Müzede ayrıca İsveç'te tarih boyunca alkol üretimi, türketimine yönelik tutumların değişimi ve evrimi,[2] sanat eserleri ve tarihi posterlerle gösterilmektedir.[3] Müzede sergilnen sanatçılar arasında Andy Warhol, Ralph Steadman ve Pierre et Gilles öne çıkar.[4]

KaynakçaDüzenle

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  2. ^ Hultin 1998.
  3. ^ Caldenby 1999.
  4. ^ Andersson 1998.

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