Copenhagen Denmark

May 10, 2008

Copenhagen Denmark

Category: Copenhagen – admin – 1:59 pm

Copenhagen is the residence of the oldest monarchy in the world, and known as a fantastic city in the north of Europe.

The best time to visit the capital of Denmark is the summer time. The simple reason can be found in the light nights.

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© Peer Grøndahl |

There are also a lot of attractions in Copenhagen. Tourists are able to explore a lot of interesting places and corners. offers you the most important pictures and informations about Denmarks capital.

Since the year 2000, Copenhagen is connected to the Swedish city of Malmö with the Oresund Bridge. In 2007 a news magazine elected the city into the 20 most livable cities in the world.

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The Danish name of Copenhagen is “København”. Translated into English language København means something like “merchants harbor”.

The foundation of the city took place in 1167. Before Copenhagen was just a little fishing village.

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© Andrey Kozachenko |

Copenhagen consits of following towns and districts: Østerbro, Nørrebro, Vesterbro, Amagerbro, Nordhavnen (North Habour), Valby, Kongens Enghave (King’s Meadow Garden), also known as Sydhavnen (meaning South Harbour), Christianshavn, Christiania, Sundbyvester (Sundby West), Sundbyøster (Sundby East), Ørestad, Islands Brygge, Bellahøj, Brønshøj, Ryparken, Bispebjerg, Vigerslev, Vestamager and Vanløse.

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Have you ever visited Copenhagen, or are you living there? Please leave a comment and tell other visitors what you think about this kind of city.

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Photos in the header: © Andrey Kozachenko, Daniel76, Edyta Pawlowska, U96 |


  1. I’ve never been, but I really want to go!

    Comment by Wes — July 7, 2008 @ 6:46 pm

  2. I’m really enjoying Copenhagen. Did a tour of Carlsberg today.

    Comment by Al — July 10, 2008 @ 7:39 pm


    Comment by FRANK MADORE — August 4, 2008 @ 11:19 am

  4. I’ve live there for a small while and visit often. Denmark is a wonderful country. Don’t go there if you have problems with temperature extremes though. Inside those walkways in Copenhagen, during winter, the wind chill factor can drop the temperature 15 degrees Celsius easily. Much to do there and a very enjoyable, though at times, slower paced life. Tourists in Copenhagen make life crowded though.

    Comment by Sean — March 27, 2010 @ 9:25 pm

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