Copenhagen: The Other Side of the Baltics

The city of Copenhagen is famous for its 18th century rococo architecture, historical castles, and for being one of top culinary destinations in Europe.

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Nyhavn Boat Harbor in Copenhagen

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Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen

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Frederiks Church in Copenhagen

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Changing Guards at the Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen

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Stroeget Neighborhood in Copenhagen

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Stroeget Neighborhood in Copenhagen

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Copenhagen City Hall

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Stroeget Neighborhood in Copenhagen

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Rosenborg Castle in Copenhagen

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Stroeget Neighborhood in Copenhagen

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