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What to see in Denmark —
10 places to visit

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10 places to visit in Denmark

#1in CopenhagenFreetown ChristianiaFreetown Christiania in Copenhagen

Non-official "city within the city" with the population of about one thousand of people. Cars and bulletproof vests are forbidden, but soft drugs are allowed.

#2in CopenhagenChurch of Our SaviourChurch of Our Saviour in Copenhagen

The baroque church draws attention by the sophisticated design of its tower. You can climb it by spiral stairs.

#3in CopenhagenChristiansborg PalaceChristiansborg Palace in Copenhagen

Christiansborg Palace used to be the royal residency, now (since 1859) the Danish Parliament sits in sessions here.

#4in CopenhagenRundetaarnRundetaarn in Copenhagen

Inside the XVII-century tower you'll find a belfry, fist library of Copenhagen and the oldest in Europe observatory. From the top of the tower you'll see beautiful view of the city.

#5in CopenhagenNyhavnNyhavn in Copenhagen

Central harbour of Copenhagen - it used to be a commercial port, and today it is a resort place of the city Bohemia.

#6in CopenhagenAmalienborgAmalienborg in Copenhagen

Residency of the royal family that consists of 4 identical palaces. Two of them can be visited.

#7in CopenhagenLittle Mermaid statueLittle Mermaid statue in Copenhagen

The statue dedicated to the character of the book of Danish writer Andersen is situated in the port of Copenhagen.

#8in CopenhagenHans Christian Andersen Fairy-Tale HouseHans Christian Andersen Fairy-Tale House in Copenhagen

H.C.Andersen Fairy-Tale House is placed in the building where the writer lived.

#9in CopenhagenDyrehaven Deer ParkDyrehaven Deer Park in Copenhagen

The Deer Park was put in place in 1669 for Danish king to go hunting individually, in 1756 it was open for visiting. The park occupies 11 sq. km.

#10in CopenhagenIslands Brygge Harbour BathIslands Brygge Harbour Bath in Copenhagen

5 pools including 2 for kids and a lot of room for sun-bathing, picnics, ball games. Open from June,1 till September,30.

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