Grundtvig’s Church

One of the most original churches in the world is the church of Grundtvig. This Lutheran church, which is located in Bispeberg Copenhagen. Grundtvig’s Church is named after the Danish theologian, renowned theologian and More »

Little Mermaid statue

Little Mermaid statue – one of the most popular attractions of the city of Copenhagen. The monument depicts the heroine of fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. The statue is situated at the entrance More »

Copenhagen Opera House

On an island in the center of Copenhagen is the National Opera House, which is a structural unit of the Royal Danish Theatre. After a lengthy debate the Danish Parliament approved the construction More »

New Theatre

One of the most beautiful theaters in Denmark is the new theater, which is located in the central area of ??Copenhagen – Vesterbo. Developed the initial project construction famous Danish architect Lorenz More »

 

Nyhavn

One of the main attractions is a district of Copenhagen and Nyhavn canal, which is translated from Danish means “new harbor”. The length of the channel is 1 km in length and 15 meters in width.

Channel was dug by Swedish prisoners in 1671 during the reign of King Christian V.The author of the “New Harbor” was a royal engineer B. Ruzenstin.

New Carlsberg Glyptotek

New Carlsberg Glyptotek – one of the major art museums of Copenhagen. The museum is located in the city center, behind Tivoli Gardens.

Carlsberg Glyptotek was founded in the 19th century, a great admirer of art by Carl Jacobsen – son of the famous Danish brewer Carlsberg.

Thorvaldsen Museum

Magnificent historical landmark of Copenhagen and Denmark is the Thorvaldsen Museum. It is close to the royal residence Christiansborg.

By order of King Frederick VI of the lot of land specifically for the construction of the museum, the author of this structure was a young architect MG Bindesbell.

The Royal Palace Amalienborg

Royal Amalienborg Palace is the largest historical monument in the city of Copenhagen. In 1673, Frederick III built a palace and named it after his wife Queen Sophia Amalia, in 1689, the palace was burnt down. In 1750, by order of King Frederick V the construction of the architectural complex of the castle Amalienborg.