Provianthuset

Take a walk in the past

Provianthuset is part of the Arsenal Museum building complex - originally built during the reign of Christian IV. Legend has it that the house was built using bricks from demolished catholic churches in Roskilde. The building served as a storage facility for navy provisions. Between the Provisions building and the Armory building a small harbour was situated, where the ships could be sailed in and be loaded before sailing out into battle.

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