Scenes from Copenhagen

Story by Ben

For the past few days, we have been in the first big city, Copenhagen. One main thing about Copenhagen is how the royal family of Denmark lives there. We visited a few of the landmark of Copenhagen. First we visited a garden castle that was used long ago as a summer palace. I found it was crazy that every room was filled with artwork and ancient artifacts. Even more astounding was that the King just decided he wanted a summer house in the middle of town with a huge garden. Then it was built no questions asked. That was the Rosenborg palace. The next day we went to Christiansborg Palace which was rebuilt/remodeled 4 times. It was rebuilt/remodeled twice because there were 2 major fires. It was rebuilt/remodeled twice because the castle is ancient. A different castle where the current royal family actually live is Amalienborg. In this castle, there was so much history of past royals. There is also a changing of the guards where there is a whole routine. Finally we visited the the Round Tower. It is like the Washington monument but round and with a ramp, so a carriage could go up it a long time ago. In Copenhagen, there are also many fun restaurants and bike lanes. Copenhagen is a  great town and I hope to come across others like it.

3 thoughts on “Scenes from Copenhagen

  1. Nice post. I learn something more challenging on different blogs everyday. It will always be stimulating to read content from other writers and practice a little something from their store. I’d prefer to use some with the content on my blog whether you don’t mind. Natually I’ll give you a link on your web blog. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Do you get free drinks at Jacobson? There is a mermaid on a rock outside a St. Tropez beach as well, I had to do a double-take. It looked the same! A man in the 1970’s was very in love with a French actress, he made a mermaid bronze statue in her likeness and fastened it to a rock in the water outside the beach he was able to buy. !
    Cheers to Copenhagen, it looks great, Would love to see someday!

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