Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark

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Contents

Orientation

Coordinates

Address

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark Asiatisk Plads 2
DK-1448 Kobenhavn K Denmark

National Archives of Denmark Rigsarkivet
Rigsdagsgarden 9
1218 Kobenhavn K

Website

www.um.dk (Foreign Affairs)
www.sa.dk

Telephone

+45 33 92 00 00 (Foreign Affairs)
+45 33 92 33 10 (National Archives)

Fax

+45 32 54 05 33

Email

arkivet@um.dk

Schedule & hours

The reading room at the National Archives is open Monday through Friday 9am to 4pm. September 1 through April 30 the archives is open on Saturdays (with limited service) from 9am to 4pm. It is closed on Saturdays from May 1 to August 31.

Working language(s)

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Layout

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Directions

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Holdings

Description of holdings

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History of the archive

(previous location(s) of collection held there, and any information that might help researchers to navigate previous systems)

Catalogues & finding aids

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Languages of materials

Restrictions & difficulties

Classified material

Inaccessible material

Future of the archive

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Research procedures

Access

This archive is not open to the public and does not have a reading room. The files until 1972 have been moved to the National Archives where they can be accessed. Access there is free.

First visit

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=Permitted and prohibited items

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  • Permitted:
  • Prohibited:

Document ordering

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Ordering classified material

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Document delivery

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Photocopying, photography, microfilming

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Key forms

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Key individuals

Archive staff

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Scholars

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Bibliography

(published works based on research at this archive)

Practicalities

Food

Lockers

Washrooms

Transportation

Internet access

Funding

Bookstore

See also

Please see the European Union's description of this archive. The entry is available in both English and French.

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