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The Danish Architecture Centre has an exhibition space with temporary displays related to architecture, urban planning and sustainable development..
The Danish Architecture Centre has an exhibition space with temporary displays related to architecture, urban planning and sustainable development.
Nyhavn is a 17th century canal leading from the main harbourfront all the way to the central Kongens Nytorv square
Treschows Stiftelse is a listed building complex built in the 1850s to provide housing for needy women
The Charlottenborg Palace is a classical town mansion on Kongens Nytorv that houses the Kunsthal Charlottenborg - a contemporary art exhibition gallery, and Danmarks Kunstbibliotek - the National Art Library
The North Atlantic House is a cultural centre dedicated to the culture of the North Atlantic countries - Denmark, Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands
Lille Mølle is a historic landmark in Christianshavn, which was erected as an octagonal Dutch smock mill in 1783, converted into private residence in 1916, and is now a house museum
Christianshavns Mound is part of Copenhagen's old defence system, and the last remaining relic of its 17th century fortifications
Fredens Ark is the largest half-timbered mansion in Christiania, home to the Rockmaskinen which intermittently opens for rock concerts
The Amalienborg is the winter home of the Danish royal family, comprising 4 identical Danish Rococco buildings from the 18th century
Freetown Christiania is an autonomous hippie neighbourhood spread over 84 acres with residents embracing an alternate, liberated lifestyle centered around individual freedom
The Marble Church, better known as Frederik's Church, is an elegant Rococo building with a green dome which is accessible to visitors on weekends throughout the year, and weekdays from 15-June to 31-August at 1 pm