Sunday, April 17, 2016

Views Around Copenhagen, Denmark - January 2016

Copenhagen (Danish: København) is the capital and most populated city
of Denmark. It has a municipal population of 591,481 (as of 1 January 2016), and
a larger urban population of 1,263,698. The city is situated on the eastern
coast of the island of Zealand; another small portion of the city is located on
Amager, and is separated from Malmö, Sweden, by the strait of Øresund. To read
more about Copenhagen, click here:

This film features a tour around the City of Copenhagen, beginning in
the West of the city in Frederiksberg, through the meat packing district to the
urban city centre, then North East to the Little Mermaid, before heading South
towards Copenhagen Harbour. The film highlights Copenhagen’s architecture,
infrastructure, transport, history, culture, streets, attractions, green
spaces, waterfront, art, statues, and people.

The film includes the following identified features and locations:
Sondermarken, Frederiksberg Palace, Copenhagen Zoo Tower, Kristkirken, Enghave
Plads, Cirkeline Plads, Sankelmarksgade, Absalon, Sønder Blvd.,
Oehlenschlægersgade, Dybbølsgade, Krusågade, Sønder Blvd., Halmtorvet,
Mariakirken, Abel Catherines Gade, Hotel Tiffany, Colbjørnsensgade,
Reventlowsgade, Copenhagen Central Station, Bernstorffsgade, Frihedsstøtten /
Liberty Column, Palads Cinema, Jernbanegade, Axeltorv, Vesterport Station, Hans
Christian Andersens Blvd., Jarmers Plads, Cain's Lions, Sankt Peders Stræde, Vester
Voldgade, Lur Blowers, Regnbuepladsen, Copenhagen City Hall, Rådhuspladsen,
Dragon Fountain, The Weather Girl, Hans Christian Andersen, Mikkel Bryggers
Gade, Lavendelstræde, Strøget, Gammeltorv, Caritasbrønden, Nytorv, Copenhagen
Cathedral, The Round Tower, Inside the Round Tower, Views from the Round Tower,
Øresund Bridge, Trinity Church, Pilestraede,  Østerport Station, Svenska Gustafskyrkan, Kastellet,
Søfartsmonumentet, Langelinie Lystbådehavn, Den lille Havfrue, The Little
Mermaid, Slaget i Køge Bugt 1710, Monument to the Battle of Koge Bay, Prinsesse
Marie, Toldbodens Bådehavn, Langelinie, Gefion Fountain, St. Alban's Church,
Churchillparken, Bredgade, Sankt Ansgars Kirke, Aleksandr Nevskij Kirke,
Frederik's Church, Amalienborg, Frederiksgade, Kongens Have, Rosenborg Slot,
Landemærket, Egmont Clock Bridge, Vognmagergade, Lille Kirkestræde,
Nikolaikirche, Højbro Plads, Absalon, Christiansborg Palace, Frederik VII,
Thorvaldsens Museum, Bertel Thorvaldsens Plads, Frederiksholms Kanal,
Slotsholmskanalen, Holmens Kirke, Børsgraven, Børsgade, Børsen, Knippelsbro and
Copenhagen Harbour.

To see a film of the train journey from Copenhagen to Malmo in Sweden,
click here:

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