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The Changing of the Guard – A march at street level from Rosenborg Castle to Amalienborg Palace
One of the most 'hyggeligt' (cosy/charming) things about ambling through central Copenhagen at lunchtime, is that you're likely to encounter a group of Danish soldiers marching, upright and focused, right by you. Late morning, every day, they head from the Life Barracks at Rosenborg Castle, out of the gates on Gothersgade (at number 100), and ...
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The Rundetårn – Up and down, round and round
There are few sights in Copenhagen that so comprehensively combine pluses as the Rundetårn, which can claim all at once to be central, weather-proof, view-filled, unusual, simple and cheap. Meaning ‘The Round Tower’, it is a cylindrical structure topped by a circular, ornately balustraded lookout platform, atop which sits an astrological observatory. The Rundetårn holds ...
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Nyhavn – Exploring and photographing Copenhagen's prettiest canal
A little like the Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty and Big Ben do for Paris, New York and London, when you say 'Copenhagen' to anyone – whether they've been here or not – a picture of Nyhavn jumps into their minds. Nyhavn – said 'Noo-hown' – deserves to be the poster place for the ...
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Copenhagen's Harbour Buses – Seeing the city from the water
When you're in Copenhagen, there's water, water, everywhere, and it follows that in this city, the connection to it is magnetic. Great efforts have been made to make the harbour clean enough to swim in, and there are bright orange ladders emerging from it everywhere, so that you can dive in where you like and ...
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The Nyboder District – Copenhagen's little yellow houses, all in a row
In the heart of Copenhagen’s city centre sits one of its most charming little areas to stroll and explore. Recognisable from just about every stock image or post card of the city, and from the beautiful film The Danish Girl, the Nyboder District of rich orangey yellow houses, set in rows along cobbled streets, is ...
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