Copenhagen is a coastal town, which is also called as the "Kongens village". Here, there is the sculpture of "The Little Mermaid", which was inspired by ballerina Ellen Price at the Royal Theatre in 1909.
Tivoli, one of the most well-known amusement park in Europe, can be found just a few minutes walk from Copenhagen City Hall. A roller coaster, roundabouts, halls of mirrors, pantomime puppet, and open-air theaters, as well as a wealth of restaurants-cafés and gardens can be found in Tivoli. Many movies have been made in this park.
Walk in Nyhavn Harbour and explore Copenhagen. Enjoy your food and beer next to the majestic colorful houses. There is also an anchor as symbol of Danish sailors who lost their lives during the World War II.
A 36-meter-high Round Tower has been built on Købmagergade street. In 1642 it was used as an observatory. Amalienborg palace is very close to the Round Tower. It gets its name from Queen Sophie Amalie. A unique symbol of the city is the Royal Guard.
Christiansborg palace, which has more than 800 years of history, includes the Parliament, the Prime Minister's Office and the Supreme Court. In addition, some rooms are still used by the Royal House and can be visited by the public. A five-minute walk from Christiansborg palace you will find the shopping area of Strøget.
Rosenborg palace is another interesting must-see sight and it is one of the most popular attractions in Copenhagen. Christian IV built this palace, which was inhabited by the royal family until 1720 and after that used as a summer retreat.
Another attraction is the Town Hall Square. It built between 1892 and 1905. The architecture style is a mix of Italian Renaissance and medieval Danish design. In 1955 Jens Olsen constructed the World Clock at the main entrance, which also shows various astronomical constellations. Visit the National Museum of Denmark and learn about Danish history and culture. You will see runic stones, roman and gothic church fittings, danish porcelain and silver collections of antiquities and coins. Also, you will learn about Greenland and the life of Eskimos.
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