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The Christiansborg Palace is located on the islet of Slotholmen, the island in the port of Copenhagen surrounded by bridges and canals.
Statue symbol of the Danish capital, the Little Mermaid is one of the most visited attractions.
The Kastellet is a military fortification dating back to the 16th century, one of Europe's best preserved star-shaped fortresses (those built to withstand gunfire).
In the very center of Copenhagen, on the island Amager, in the district Christianshaven lives the last hippie community of Europe.
The Round Tower (Rundetaarn) is one of the most famous buildings in Denmark. Located in the center of the city, was built between 1637 and 1642 at the behest of King Christian IV and represented the first section of the Trinity complex that would include the Students’ Church, the Astronomical Observatory and the University Library.