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  • The Old Stock Exchange

    by Mariajoy Written Aug 27, 2006

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    Favorite thing: Built between 1619 and 1640, for King Christian IV, the former Stock Exchange on Slotsholmen, with its green copper roof and ornate spire with 4 dragon's tails is unfortunately not open to the general public.

    Former Stock Exchange

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    Enjoy the snow!

    by melow Written Dec 19, 2006

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    Favorite thing: Visit as many restuarants as you can! I love food and was absolutely impressed by the variety! Make sure u taste the pastries...they're second to none!The chocolate cakes are amazing! The ice cream is real creamy! The pork is lovely! The chocolates are rich! Ahhh suddenly am hungry! U cant afford to miss the sea food...its divine!

    Fondest memory: Well I come from a tropical country, the skies are always blue and its summer all year round! The snow in Copenhagen was something different... -10 degrees was something I'd never experienced! I'd never worn so much clothing on a single day and still felt cold! But the whole experience was lovely I could do it again and again and again! I hope to visit again!

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    • Food and Dining

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    by grandmaR Written Jul 10, 2009

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    Favorite thing: My daughter-in-law told my granddaughter that there wouldn't be graffiti or vandalism in European cities, and my granddaughter was disappointed to find that this was not so. So she took a lot of pictures of what she thought was vandalism - she included graffiti in this.

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    Get a bird eye view

    by bzh Updated Feb 10, 2003

    Favorite thing: Find a tall building and get a bird eye view of the city. Some churches or monument allow you to walk all the way up the top of their towers and are ideal spot to discover Copenhagen from higher up.


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