Just to show you a little of Copenhagen where I come from, the capital of Denmark. My husband and I live in another part of Denmark where there is not as much sunshine as in Copenhagen. We were lucky this past weekend to have mild and sunny weather during our visit to Copenhagen.
The Court House in Copenhagen “A country is built by the law.”
A building next to the Court House in Copenhagen the pedestrian street to the right.
A former Apartment Store called Daells Varehus. My childhood’s clothes come from that store.
Looking at the “Round Tower” in Chrystal Street. The old part of our university to the right
Christiansborg Castle, our government in Denmark. Henry taking photos of the King’s statue.
Lamp at Christiansborg Castle, our government in Denmark
King Frederik VII, who gave us our Constitution in 1849. The new granite terror protection to the right along the building.
Børsen, built in the 1600s close to our Government buildings close to the harbour
Holmens Kirke, The Church for our Navy where my grandmother was baptised and confirmed
Iconic watchtower on a bridge in Copenhagen
The physicist Hans Christian Oersted invented the Electromagnetism in this house in 1820
A unique name of a street in Christianshavn, a part of Copenhagen. “The Upper Street at the water.”
A street and a canal in Christianshavn, a part of Copenhagen. “The Upper Street at the water.”
Colourful bicycles outside a shop in Copenhagen
A sculpture honouring a Nobel Prize-winning doctor Finsen at our main hospital. He invented a light cure for skin diseases
Evening at the popular Copenhagen Lakes in Central Copenhagen.
Thank you for walking with me through some parts of Copenhagen. Next week, I will invite you to the oldest, still working museum in Denmark