北侠西狂Frederiksborg Palace, also known as "The Palace of Versailles in Denmark", is also called the "Crystal Palace". In the clear water, the Crystal Palace looks noble and elegant. The entire palace is magnificent, with 60 halls inside, and the Dutch Renaissance is adopted. The architectural style of the time is the most prominent Renaissance-style building existing in Northern Europe. Hundreds of years of vicissitudes have made it seem simple and mysterious, and the magnificent interior of the palace is breathtaking.
茱丽叶lovely walk on a sunny day. the statue recalls the popular fairytale making you feel a child again. not too many people so it’s enjoyable. there was a seagull on the head of the mermaid, nice shot for a photo.
E38***43Nyhavn was an amazing sight! We just stopped there to feel the breeze and see the wonderful architecture lined up along the beautiful waterway. Nearby are public places where people can sunbathe and play beach volleyball. This place is a must see in Copenhagen!
D33***27The second oldest city amusement park in the world, it is worth checking out to enjoy the gardens, music and take in the lively atmosphere. It opens till late and you need to get tickets (Note: be mindful that Tivoli closes at certain times of the year)
sculptorAmalienborg Palace is the residence of the Danish royal family. It consists of four identical classical palace facades, surrounded by rococo interiors in an octagonal courtyard; in the center of the square is a huge equestrian statue of King Frederick V, founder of Amalienborg.
Amalienborg was originally built for four noble families. However, when the Christiansborg Palace was burned down on February 26, 1794, the royal family purchased these palaces and moved into this palace. Over the years, various monarchs and their families lived in four different palaces.
关裕年guanyunianIn 1913, the Danish sculptor Edvard Eriksen cast a bronze statue of a mermaid based on Andersen's fairy tale "The Daughter of the Sea". The bronze statue is located in the Long Causeway Park (Langelinie) in Copenhagen and has become a symbol of Denmark. In addition, in Copenhagen’s Town Hall Square, there is a full-body bronze statue of Andersen. Every tourist passing by must shook hands with the "Father of Fairy Tales", holding Andersen's books and taking pictures with them. In Odense, Andersen's hometown, there is the Andersen House Museum, where countless people who are fascinated by Andersen's fairy tales come to pay their respects and visit.