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    Vesterbrogade 3

    Founded in 1843, Tivoli is located where the once-fortified city's ramparts used to be, and the park's on-site lake is a remnant of the city's moat ...

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    Rådhuspladsen/Kongens Nytorv

    Buses, trams, cars and bicycles were banned in 1964 to allow for the thousands of shoppers who walk down this open air market. The "cheap" end ...

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    Niels Hemmingsens Gade 10

    The Copenhagen JazzHouse was founded in 1990 and holds some 250 concerts every year ranging from big band and free jazz to acid jazz. The venue itself is fairly small ...

  • The oldest park in Denmark, Kongens Have, was laid out when Christian IV commissioned the construction of Rosenborg Castle in 1634. Some parts of the original Renaissance garden ...

  • This grandiose building was erected in 1889-96 after plans drawn by Wilhelm Dahlerup in Italian Renaissance style. In autumn 1998, an extension was opened that ...

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    Kongens Nytorv 13

    Magasin du Nord is probably the best-known department store in the whole of Denmark. It has a long tradition and occupies an enormous building at Kongens Nytorv . The building ...

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    Dantes Plads 5

    Truly one of the city's great museums, the Glyptotek was founded in 1888. The major collection of the museum revolves around the antique sculptures derived from ...

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    Founded in 1971, Christiania is an anarchic part of Denmark. It was set up as a direct result of the student uprisings of the 1960s. Today, Christiania is home to some 750 ...

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    Købmagergade 52

    Built in 1637-1642, the Round Tower was originally an observatory connected to Trinitatis Church, but is now one of Copenhagen's best-known landmarks. King Christian IV's ...

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    Nyhavn docks were constructed in 1670 to encourage trade and shipping, with a new canal going from the harbor of Copenhagen to Kongens Nytorv . Along the quays ...