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The Amager Strandpark is a busy public beach where locals descend on warm days.
The Amager Strandpark is a busy public beach where locals descend on warm days. It has an artificial island and areas for swimming, kayaking and beach sports.
Amager Strandvej, 2300 København S, Denmark
+45 33 66 33 19
Kastrup Fort is another of Copenhagen's old fortifications, built in 1886-'87
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The Kastrupgård Collection of modern art is housed in an 18th century Rococo country house
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Fredens Ark is the largest half-timbered mansion in Christiania, home to the Rockmaskinen which intermittently opens for rock concerts
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Treschows Stiftelse is a listed building complex built in the 1850s to provide housing for needy women
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