Copenaghen is one of the most liveable capitals in Europe, because of the danish people, that are really friendly, because of the food (in Copenaghen are based some restaurants worldwide famous: the danish cuisine is mainly organic and effectively innovative), because it is a sustainable cycle-friendly city and its architecture and design are modern and […]
The second and last part of Copenaghen city architecture photo gallery. As in the first part of gallery, I’ve blended together old buildings with modern buildings photos, palaces that you can admire walking in this beautiful city.
Christiania is a unique place to visit in the borough of Christianshavn in Copenaghen (Denmark), known for its autonomous inhabitants’ different way of life. It was established in 1971 by a group of hippies who occupied some abandoned military barracks and developed their own set of society rules, completely independent of the Danish government. They claimed the […]
Copenaghen is known for good contemporary design, furniture, lights and… the absolutely stunning city architecture. Besides the major historic architecture, Copenhagen is filled with contemporary buildings of the highest quality. Water, space, sustainability and light are the key elements in the recent architectural boom in maritime Copenhagen. Remarkably, you rarely find the new clashing with the old. More often […]
A well maintained and attractive location in Copenaghen (Denmark), nice to walking round, is the beautiful Kastellet or Old Citadel. The Citadel is Europe’s oldest military bastion and still in operation. Built as an old fortification to protect Copenhagen from the Seaside, it has the shape of a pentagram with five bastions that served as […]
Nyhavn (ny-new havn-harbour in Danish) is a must-go district in Copenhagen, Denmark. This is the most picturesque city site: lots of brightly coloured 17th and 18th century townhouses, cafes and restaurants, historical wooden boats along the canal, with a great relaxed atmosphere. Nyhavn was constructed by King Christian V in 1600s, originally as commercial port where ships from all […]