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For those who want to blend in like a local. A mini-guide for a quick end of the summer visit.
a museum of decorative arts and design with outstanding collection and rotating exhibits and a 300 yr. old garden/courtyard for when you need a rest.
i love this building. half of it suspended over the waterfront. a wonderful place to soak up the atmosphere of the harbor, and to see theater, of course.
a baroque 17th century church where one can climb all the way to the top of the corkscrew steeple, for a wonderful view of christianshavn and copenhagen.
similar to NYC's cooper hewitt, the DDC offers an insightful walk through of the history of danish design, succinctly defining its role in danish society.
bankeråt means bankrupt: exquisitely macabre elegance in the décor with large experimental works of taxidermy. coffee & breakfast with the international crowd.
all-time favorite museum of art on the planet. breathtaking setting, a true oasis on the sound an hour's ride by train north of town. very solid art collection.