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Copenhagen Tourist Attractions - In Copenhagen, you can be taken back in time to much of the 15ht century. There are many old palaces, churches, and museums that display the best of old architecture, priceless sculptures, and wonderful paintings. You can also check out some of the most modern locations and art installations that are dedicated to the newest modern artists.

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In Copenhagen, you will also want to check out all of the best shopping locations on Stroget Street. This is one of the most popular pedestrian streets in the city. Many of the side streets off of Stroget have also turned into pedestrian streets as well to bring in more shopping opportunities to get some of the best fashions and souvenirs available.

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Church of our Savior
Vor Frelser Kirke
Copenhagen, Denmark
This church has a beautiful Baroque altar that is decorated with cherubs and other figures. There is also a richly carved organ case that is a real sight to see. The best part about the church is the spiral staircase and a gilded figure of Christ on top of a globe.

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Amalienborg Palace
Amaliengade 18
Copenhagen, Denmark
This palace is the residence of the Queen. It was built in 1750 and was originally designed to provide residences for the noble families. There are four palaces on the grounds that are used for official business today as well as the residence of the Queen and her family.

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Christiansborg Palace
Christiansborg Slotplads
Copenhagen, Denmark
Out of the original four palaces that were built together, only four wings survived the 1794 fire. There is a Riding School on the grounds that still stands today. This palace was established in 1928 and was designed by Thorvald Jorgensen.

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Grundtvig Church
Copenhagen, Denmark
This church is located between Norrebro and the Zoological Museum. The church was built between 1921 and 1940, and was names after the founder of the Adult Educations movement. It features the style that is typical of Denmark.


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National Museum
Frederikshpolms Kanal 12
Copenhagen, Denmark
This museum has a notable collection of the illustrated history of Denmark. This collection includes a sun chariot that is more than 2000 years old. There are Romanesque and Gothic church fittings that are featured in the museum as well as the Danish porcelain and silver collections.

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New Harbor
Copenhagen, Denmark
Right by the harbor, you can catch a glimpse of the Charlottenburg Palace, the home of the Royal Academy of Art. You can also see an anchor at the end of the harbor that is a memorial to Danish sailors who lost their lives in World War II.


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Rosenborg Palace
Øster Voldgade 4A
Copenhagen, Denmark
The Rosenborg Palace was built in the 15th century, and is located in a park that is east of the Botanic Garden of Copenhagen. This is the spring and autumn residence of the Danish Royal Family. It also house a private collection of Danish kings, including paintings, sculptures, and the Crown Jewels.

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Round Tower
Købmagergade 52A
Copenhagen, Denmark
The Round Tower is located on a shopping street in Copenhagen’s Old Town. It was built in 15th century to be used as an observatory. Now it houses a small collection of material that is connected to the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe.

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Stock Exchange
Børsgade
Copenhagen, Denmark
If you travel southeast of the Christianborg, you will find the Stock Exchange. It was built in the 15th century and display s a Dutch Renaissance style. It has a high tower with a spire formed by intertwining tails for four dragons. The characteristic of the building most recognizable is the green patina of the copper roof.

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Stroget Pedestrian Zone
Stroget Street
Copenhagen, Denmark
The Stroget is Copenhagen’s most popular shopping street. The area begins at the Town Hall and ends at the Kongens Nytorv. The street is line with shops, cafes, and boutiques for and endless amount of shopping.

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Copenhagen Interesting Facts

  • Copenhagen Denmark suffered a very dramatic fire in 1624.
  • The city was once named Christiania.
  • In 1300 AD, Copenhagen Denmark had about 3000 inhabitants.
  • The Akershus Fortress in Copenhagen is over 700 years old.
  • In 2007, Reader’s Digest ranked Copenhagen as the 2nd greenest city in the world.
  • Copenhagen has more than 340 lakes within the city bounderies.
  • The Copenhagen Fjord is over 100 km in lenght.
  • Two Copenhagen authors were awarded the Nobel Prize in literature.
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