The storks in Andersen's fairy tales bring lovely newborns, while the stork fountain in Amieu Square has an interesting tradition. After graduation, Danish midwives will dance around the stork fountain to celebrate their formal birth qualification. The stork fountain is actually one of Denmark's most famous fountains, near STR & Come #8; get pedestrian street. I went shopping on the pedestrian street and passed by before I realized that the fountain was still so famous. I knew I would take some good pictures.
The Stork Fountain is one of Denmark's famous sculptures, located in the center of Amar Square in Copenhagen. There are three flying cranes cast in copper around the central stone pillar. They look up to the sky in a special vivid image, giving people a sense of vigor and vitality. They are absolutely masterpieces in sculpture.
At the end of the pedestrian street, there are many such fountains in Europe.
The main streets of Copenhagen often see different fountains, fountains are very clean, many people will drink water here or summer.
This decentralization is particularly well known locally, as in a wishing pool, if there is a wish, or if there is a coin in it.