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Copenhagen is a free spirited and clean Danish capital where you can enjoy fresh air, beautiful nature and Scandinavian architecture all in one place. Its most visited attraction is the Little Mermaid Sculpture. The city offers great entertainment, culture and art as well.
The Little Mermaid is Copenhagen’s most famous and popular tourist attraction with over a million visitors per year. The statue was commissioned by Carl Jacobsen, the founder of Carlsberg, after seeing the ballet performance at Copenhagen’s Royal Theatre. The sculpture was created by Edvard Eriksen. The mermaid’s face was modeled after ballerina Ellen Price who played in the performance. The statue was unveiled in 1913.
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Tivoli Gardens are a city park as well as a famous amusement park, over 150 years old. It is divided into two sections; one features miniature gardens with over 100,000 flowers. The other part features an amusement park, a concert hall and open-air stages where many concerts, performances and other shows are often held free of charge.
Freetown Christiania is a self-proclaimed autonomous and partially self-governing neighborhood in Christianshavn, Copenhagen. It is described as the freethinking hippy commune, where local rules forbid stealing, violence, guns, knives and hard drugs. Since its beginning Christiania has been a source of controversy, especially due to its cannabis trade, but it was stopped in 2004. It is home to approximately 850 residents and covers85 acres. It represents progressive Danish open-mindedness.