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I'll continue my review about the museums in Copenhagen ... Below, I will talk about the first one we saw - Ripley's Believe It or Not . The second on the list was a museum dedicated to Andersen's fairy tales. This museum is EXCLUSIVELY for children, adults will have absolutely nothing to...
We visited 4  museums in  Copenhagen . I saw an offer on the Internet to visit 4 museums for the price of one. However, we didn’t like it. I'll explain that further. Below is my review on the first museum we visited.  So, the only museum that was interesting to visit was...
During our last trip to  Copenhagen , we decided to go see  Christiania . Moreover, Christiania is located not far from the city center. This is such an original place that it’s impossible to relate to it objectively. And I have somewhat changed my mind about this place. It...
We went to  Copenhagen again. The weather was great. This time, I want to offer you low-cost entertainment options in Copenhagen. The city is still not the cheapest, but even if you do not want to spend a lot of money, you can have a nice time there. The main thing is to know the places. Do...
This time, we decided to go specifically to a museum in  Copenhagen . This is  Glyptothek , a collection of sculptures (mostly). The son of the founder of the Danish brewery Carlsberg - Carl Yakabsen began the collection. The collection of sculptures was fairly decent, by the way....
We visited  Copenhagen  again, but this time the weather was not good. This time, I want to share with you a wonderful park, or even more precisely - a garden in a park. It is located near the railway station, a 30 minute walk. But it is located in the opposite direction from the main...
We had been walking for 4 hours before reaching the Little Mermaid and visiting Kastellet Fortress. Daylight lasted a long time here, so we had plenty of time to walk around. But we were tired. We went home. Here are pictures taken on the way back. Below is  St. Alban's...
We came to the Little Mermaid. Next to it, we saw a green pentagonal fortress - a five-pointed star. This was the fortress called  Kastellet , surrounded by a moat. 2 bridges lead to the fortress. We walked to the fortress, along one of the bridges. The entrance was free. Here is...
We headed toward the fountain, leaving behind the  Amalienborg Palace and Marble Church. Later, we walked along the  waterfront, to the  Little Mermaid . There was a beautiful park from both sides of the fountain. We stopped there on our way back.  We walked along the...
The Royal Amalienborg Palace  is the official residence of Danish kings, as well as the royal family. If the queen is in  Copenhagen , the flag above the palace is raised. So, we went to the royal palace. You can see a green dome of the Marble Church (or ...
We came to the waterfront. You can see  Christiansborg Palace  on the right - the former royal residence. In the distance is the Stock Exchange Building with a twisted spire. These are intertwined dragons tails. We crossed the bridge and walked along the waterfront. On...
So, we arrived in  Copenhagen . We only spent one and half days there, before leaving to Faroe Islands. What can you see in the capital for half a day? We decided to see, at least, the famous  Little Mermaid and take a look at the city on the way. We took a map. The...
We arrived at the  Copenhagen Kastrup Airport. We had to turn the clocks back. Then we went to the city. We went from the airport to the railway station by train. The trip took 15 minutes, one ticket cost 36 DKK (5 Euros - divide DKK by 7). It felt uncomfortable not being...
The city of  Copenhagen:   The  Copenhagen City Hall below: Today the City Hall performs the usual functions like council meetings, as well as weddings: The spire of the Copenhagen City Hall clock tower is 347 feet (106 meters) high and is one of the tallest buildings...
Walking through the historic streets of Copenhagen: Passing the City Hall Square the busy street of Frederiksberggade opens up, leading towards St. Nicholas Church. Cranes nesting in the middle of the square. Copenhagen is a city of cyclists.  In the center of...
The  Nyhavn (or New Haven) in  Copenhagen  is reminiscent of Bryggen, the old waterfront in Bergen, Norway. A new small canal, that acted as a gateway for ships to the center of Copenhagen, was built in 1671. Since then, a new haven has been built and the older haven...
Continuing the topic of Old Copenhagen , here's a small selection of evening photos, most of which were made not far from the Nyhavn harbor. The last days of May are already long, the sunset lighting remains in the sky for a long time, and the lights are illuminated over the old harbor. The...