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The old stock exchange with its amazing tower with its 4 dragon's tails intertwined - Copenhagen, Denmark

The old stock exchange with its amazing tower with its 4 dragon's tails intertwined - Copenhagen, Denmark

What to eat and drink in Copenhagen

What to eat and drink in Copenhagen

Copenhagen, Denmark: home of Hans Kristian Andersen, cool design and the trendiest restaurants. Been there (June 2014), LOVED that.

Copenhagen, Denmark: home of Hans Kristian Andersen, cool design and the trendiest restaurants. Been there (June 2014), LOVED that.

The old streets of #Copenhagen (by Torben Ulrich Bøjstrup)

The old streets of #Copenhagen (by Torben Ulrich Bøjstrup)

The town of three laws- no photography, no running and have fun- Copenhagen

The town of three laws- no photography, no running and have fun- Copenhagen

Copenhagen Planetarium, Denmark

Copenhagen Planetarium, Denmark

Frederiksborg Palace, Copenhagen, Denmark

Frederiksborg Palace, Copenhagen, Denmark

Little Mermaid, Copenhagen, Denmark by By Dimtze via Flickr @Jacob McPherson Richerson WE MUST GO HERE. PLEASE BABY.

Little Mermaid, Copenhagen, Denmark by By Dimtze via Flickr @Jacob McPherson Richerson WE MUST GO HERE. PLEASE BABY.

Castle Church, Frederiksborg Castle, Copenhagen, Denmark

Castle Church, Frederiksborg Castle, Copenhagen, Denmark

Christiansborg Palace (Christiansborg Slot), Copenhagen, Denmark Christiansborg Palace has a more than 800 year-long history as the state’s centre of power, and today the palace includes several institutions of central importance. “The Folketing” (The parliament) has at its disposal most of the rooms in the palace, but the Prime Minister, the High Court, and the Royal Reception Rooms are also located here

Christiansborg Palace (Christiansborg Slot), Copenhagen, Denmark Christiansborg Palace has a more than 800 year-long history as the state’s centre of power, and today the palace includes several institutions of central importance. “The Folketing” (The parliament) has at its disposal most of the rooms in the palace, but the Prime Minister, the High Court, and the Royal Reception Rooms are also located here