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Copenhagen

Copenhagen

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, the oldest kingdom in the world, is a fascinating city and is perfect for both a holiday and a short stay, regardless of the season, tastes and age of visitors. Everyone will find something for themselves. Copenhagen in an amazing way combines the intimacy and features of a metropolis. It is inhabited by about 700 thousand people, while the entire municipal complex, the so-called Greater Copenhagen has about 1.2 million inhabitants. At the same time, it is clean, spacious, and retains the atmosphere of a peaceful place with many charming nooks.

City Hall

City Hall

Built in 1892-1905 according to a design by Martin Nyrop, in a style that imitates the Italian Renaissance. Inside, in the Great Hall, there are busts of famous and distinguished Danes. The biggest attraction of the City Hall is the World Clock constructed by Jens Olsen, located in the highest tower in Denmark measuring 106 m. On the edge of the City Hall Square there is a monument of H.Ch. Andersen.

Tivoli

Located in the center of Copenhagen, this amusement park was founded in 1843. It offers an amusement park to its guests (including the world's highest carousel "The Star Flyer", Denmark's largest and fastest rollercoaster "Demon"), beautiful gardens, concert halls, restaurants, bars and evening illuminations. It is one of the biggest attractions in Denmark. Open from mid-April to mid-September, Halloween in October and November / December, when it hosts a very charming Christmas Market.

Tivoli
Strøget

Strøget

Strøget - Copenhagen's shopping street with many shops, cafes and restaurants, connects KongensNytorv Square with the City Hall Square (1.8 km).

Christiansborg Palace

It was built on the ruins of the first fortress in Copenhagen, erected in 1167 by Bishop Absalon. During the reign of Erik of Pomerania, it became the seat of the royal court. Until the fire in 1794, it was the seat of the Danish monarchy. After the fire, the royal family moved to Amalienborg Palace, where they live and operate to this day. The present Christiansborg was built in the years 1907-1928 as designed by Thorvald Jorgensen. Today the palace is the seat of the Danish government and parliament. It also houses representative royal chambers, the Supreme Court and the Ministry of Finance. In front of the palace there is a statue of King Frederick VII, who in 1848 resigned from absolute power, and in 1849 signed the Constitution introducing the system of parliamentary monarchy in Denmark.

Christiansborg Palace
Royal Library

Royal Library

The building is located in the royal gardens of Christiansborg Palace. This is where, among others, manuscripts of H.Ch. Andersen, SorenKirkegaard and Karen Blixen are stored. In 1999, a new part of the library was added to the historic building, called the Black Diamond due to the black granite and tinted glass used in the construction. Today it is one of the largest libraries in Europe with a collection of 21 million volumes.

Børsen

The building of the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. Erected in the years 1619-1625 by order of King Christian IV. A characteristic tower twisted from four dragon tails, completed with 3 crowns. Until 1974 it housed the Danish Stock Exchange, currently it is the seat of the Danish Chamber of Commerce.

Børsen
Vor Frue Kirke

Vor Frue Kirke

The Copenhagen cathedral built in 1829 is located right next to the University. The shape of the church is modeled on early Christian basilicas. Inside the church there is a relief of St. John the Baptist, statues of Christ and the 12 apostles, a kneeling angel. The creator of these sculptures is the greatest Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen.

The Round Tower

The university astronomical observatory was founded on the initiative of King Christian IV in 1642. with the height of 36 m, it is this as 16 m in diameter. The spiral ramp leads to the viewpoint from where you can see the panorama of Copenhagen.

The Round Tower
Kongens Nytorv

Kongens Nytorv

The largest square in Copenhagen, surrounded by the best restaurants and cafes. It was established in the Middle Ages on the outskirts of the city at that time. In the central point there stands a statue of King Christian V. Near the square there are: Charlottenburg Palace (currently the Academy of Fine Arts), the Royal Theater and Hotel D'Angleterre opened in 1855.

Nyhavn

A picturesque street with 17th / 18th-century tenement houses (H.Ch. Andersen lived in three of them - No. 18, 20 and 67) and old sailing ships moored. There you can find numerous cafes, restaurants, bars and tattoo parlors.

Nyhavn
Royal Danish Theater

Royal Danish Theater

Opened in November 2007 after three years of construction. Situated right over the water, at the end of the old port of Nyhavn, with its foyer and promenade overlooking the harbor, half-timbered warehouses, the Opera House and the Øresund Strait in the distance. The theater has its own style, thanks to the brown tiles covering the outer walls of the building. The tiles, designed and produced especially for the Theater, were made from English clay. The building has an area of 20 000 sq m and three stages: the main stage with an audience for 650 seats, the harbor stage with an audience for 200 seats and a studio stage with an audience for 100 seats.

Royal Opera

The work of the Danish architect Henning Larsen, the great attraction of Copenhagen's waterfront with a "floating roof". Opened on January 15, 2005, the opera house is a gift to the Danish people from the A.P. Møller and Chastine Mc-Kinney Møller. The building has 14 floors, five of which are under water. The walls of the opera house are covered with Jura Gelb limestone from southern Germany, while Sicilian Perlatino marble is used in the foyer. The wall of the concert hall leading to the foyer is covered with maple wood, and the ceiling in the main hall is decorated with 150000 leaves made of 24-carat gold , which corresponds to 1.5 kg of this ore.

Royal Opera
Amalienborg Palace

Amalienborg Palace

The seat of Queen Margaret II and the royal family. The palace complex was erected on an octagonal plan in the Rococo style in the years 1749-1760. The charmingly uniformed Royal Guard is on guard in front of the palace, a ceremonial changing of the guard at 12.00. In the middle of the square there is a statue of King Frederick V, the initiator of the palace construction.

The Marble Church

Frederiks Kirke - an impressive 19th-century Protestant church built in the Neo-Romanesque and Neo-Baroque styles. The construction of the church modeled after the church of St. Peter in Rome began in 1749, but due to too high costs, it was interrupted. It was not until 150 years later that the most magnificent element of the church was completed - one of the largest domes in Europe, made of a cheaper building material, i.e. Bornholm marble, instead of Norwegian marble.

The Marble Church
Rosenborg

Rosenborg

The castle was erected in the years 1606-1617 on the initiative of King Christian IV. Since 1833, it has been one of the most important museums in Copenhagen. The castle is surrounded by a beautiful Rosenborg Park, a favorite meeting place for the Copenhagen residents.

Botanical Gardens

Established between 1871-1872 on 10 hectares in the very center of Copenhagen, they house a collection of all plants from Denmark, Iceland, the Faroe Islands and Greenland.

Botanical Gardens
Gefion Fountain

Gefion Fountain

Founded in 1908 by the Carlsberg Foundation on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the brewery. It illustrates the myth of the founding of Zealand. The goddess Gefion went to the Swedish king Gylfi with a request that he would give her a piece of land where she could create her own state. The king promised the goddess as much land as she could plow in one night. The clever Gefion used magic to turn her four sons into oxen. Thanks to this, she managed to plow a large piece of the kingdom. She pulled it from the mainland, creating Lake Vänern, and threw it into the sea. This is how Zealand has been created.

Kastellet

The citadel, built in the 17th century on the plan of a pentagram at the initiative of King Christian IV, was to defend Copenhagen against the enemy from the sea. Behind high embankments there are historic barracks, a garrison church, and the commandant's house dating back to 1725 and the 17th-century windmill. Currently, the citadel buildings are occupied by the Ministry of Defense, intelligence, military prosecutor's office and the royal military library.

Kastellet
Christiania

Christiania

The 40-hectare area of the former barracks, after being left by the army, was occupied by a group of hippies, who on September 24, 1971 proclaimed a "free city". There are over a thousand people living in Christiania, who do not pay taxes and are not registered anywhere. Christiania can be visited (taking photos is not allowed in Christiania).

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