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Meaning “New Harbor,” the 17th-century waterfront district of Nyhavn has a history rife with intrigue. Its colorful exploits attracted literary greats like Danish author Hans Christian Andersen who made his home here.
Nyhavn Canal in Copenhagen, Denmark.
I try to make it there every few months for some good old fashioned city inspiration no matter what season, spring day in copenhagen | Flickr
Copenhagen, Denmark- It is really a very friendly place to foreigners, great food and culture and a magic daylight.
Copenhagen, Denmark. the travel bug just bit me hard, and i feel like i HAVE to go here ASAP.
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"The Little Mermaid", Copenhagen Denmark
Copenhagen, Denmark i want to go back. and spend much more time wandering. sitting at cafes on stroget. getting to know the city.