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"Start your Danish culture tour near the yellow houses of Nyboder a district built by King Christian IV in the 17th century to house the growing Royal Danish Navy. Next stroll to Kongens Have (King’s Garden) surrounding the Rosenborg Palace and learn about one of the first public parks in the world. The beautiful garden near Øster Voldgade was gifted to the Danes from King Christian IV.As you discuss the uniquel continue your walk through the city and take in several of the city’s oldest streets. Amble along Strøget one of the world’s largest pedestrian shopping streets and pause by Stork Fountain to hear about the anti-establishment culture that’s prevalent in the city. Call in for a cup of coffee at a cozy local cafe and then head past the castles that house several government offices as well as the Danish parliament. Hear how Denmark is governed
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Marrakesh Kitchen

The food here was delicious and the atmosphere was nice. Our table sampled the garbanzo bean soup, which was excellent, and the chicken appetizer, which had interesting flavor but was a touch dry for...
memphispubcrawler
Sep 14, 2009

Marrakech Kitchen

Centrally located by the main pedestrianized zone (Stroget) zone this restaurant has very cosy arabic styled sitting arrangement. With a limited options on offer the dishes are really tasty sometimes...
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Nov 27, 2005
 
 
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Helligåndskirken - Church of the Holy Ghost

Known as Helligåndshuset (or House of the Holy Ghost in English), this Gothic building is one of the oldest in Copenhagen. It was built in 1296 as part of a hospital, but in the late 15th century it...
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Gråbrødretorv

A big plane tree surrounded by a few benches and lots of colourful houses, most of them restaurants: this is Gråbrødretorv, easily one of Copenhagen's most beautiful squares. Gråbrødretorv means...
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Latin Quarter

This part of town retains a feeling of medievil almost, there are plenty of shops and pretty buildings. You will find the Vor Frue Kirke here, Norregade, ( the oldest approach road to Copenhagen),...
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Stork Fountain

Amagertorv has some of the oldest buildings in Copenhagen, is a meeting place for Danes, and it has the Stork Fountain. The Stork Fountain was a present by the city council to King Frederik VIII and...
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Post & Tele Museum

Entrance is FREE! I believe it is open from 10am - 4pm every day, including Sundays. There are many exhibits to look at and a very impressive stamp collection. The best bit, however, is taking the...
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Thorvaldsens Museum

Bertel Thorvaldsen lived from 1770 to 1844 and Thorvaldsens Museum is Denmark’s oldest and also most extraordinary museum building. The Museum opened in September 1848. It houses nearly all of the...
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