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Subject: So. Studies/Sciences: Geography/Cultures

Exploring the World Series: Europe

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Denmark 2: Copenhagen

Denmark  2: Copenhagen

Jake and Mieke deBoer guide us through Copenhagen, the capital of the oldest kingdom in the world, a crossroads of Nordic, Baltic and European cultures, a city on two islands connected by bridges, and a city you can see via bicycle for free. This Medieval city of narrow canals was founded back in 1167 and became the Denmark’s royal capital in 1417. The tour begins at the largest tourist attraction in Denmark and the most photographed statue in the world, the Little Mermaid. Denmark's famous teller of fairy-tales, Hans Christian Andersen, who began his career here, published the beloved story in 1837. At Amalienborg Palace, we witness the changing of the Guard, which takes place every day at 12:00 noon, accompanied by the military band of the Royal Guard. Also we view the Parliament Building, the Stock Exchange Building, the Royal Gardens, and in the center of the city, close by the Town Hall Square, the world famous amusement park, Tivoli Gardens. Our tour ends in Arhus, Denmark’s second largest city, located on the on the East coast of the Jutland Peninsula. Founded in 958 by the Vikings, Arhus, literally, is an open-air museum that provides a glimpse of life over one thousand years old. 02/09DE IJSCA 30 min.

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