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Copenhagen city council vetoes Tivoli tower.

Plans for a 102-m tower to be built in the Tivoli Gardens amusement park in central Copenhagen have been vetoed by a cross-party group of city councillors. Conservatives, liberals and members of the l...
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Demolition beginning of the end for Christiania?

The demolition of the disused Cigarkassen building in Copenhagen
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Copenhagen celebrates Queen Margarethe’s birthday.

On 16 April crowds gather under the balcony of the Amalienborg Palace in central Copenhagen for the traditional celebration of Queen Margarethe II
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Calm returns to Copenhagen following riots.

Calm has returned to the streets of the Danish capital following three days of rioting sparked by the eviction of squatters from a contested youth centre. In total around 650 people - including dozens...
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Copenhagen marketed to gay tourists.

Wonderful Copenhagen, the Danish capital
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New housing in Copenhagen.

Development restrictions enshrined in Copenhagen
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Foster to design hotel for Tivoli Gardens.

British architect Lord Norman Foster is to design a 102 m-high hotel and luxury apartment block in the historic Tivoli Gardens amusement park in central Copenhagen. Foster
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Copenhagen voted top European cruise destination.

Copenhagen has been voted top European port-of-call by around 200,000 travel agents, beating Stockholm, Barcelona and Genoa to win the World Travel Award for the third consecutive year. This year 4...
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Central marketplace building finds funding.

An anonymous donor has provided the funding to build a fresh food market complex at Israels Plads near Nrrebro station in Copenhagen. The city council has given the go-ahead for construction to begin...
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First Islamic cemetery opens near Copenhagen.

After 15 years of discussions and protests, Denmark's first Muslim-only cemetery is to open in Brndby around 10 miles south-west of Copenhagen. The Danish Islamic Burial Foundation has hailed the ope...
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Foreign students flock to Copenhagen.

The number of foreign exchange students attending the Copenhagen Business School, the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University and Copenhagen University has doubled over the last three years. This...
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Copenhagen squatter colony renovations.

The Danish government has announced plans to clean up Christiana, the Copenhagen squatters colony in a former naval base in the centre of the Danish capital. Up to Dkk300 million is to be spent on ren...
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Copenhagen to get new free newspapers.

The Danish capital is getting four or five new free daily newspapers in addition to the two freesheets already on the streets. One of the new dailies, Dato, published by Berlingske Officin, is already...
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Integration starts at school.

Around 85 nurseries and day-care centres in the Danish capital are to be involved in a government programme to mix Danish and immigrant children from an early age. Diversity in Copenhagens Daycare Cen...
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University's modern campuses.

Copenhagens 500-year-old university is to exchange its historic city centre faculties for three modern campuses in the Danish capital. The cost of the move is estimated at Dkk2.5 billion which will be...
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Tourists push houseboats out.

One of Copenhagens most popular tourist attractions, the historic Nyhavn canal, with its picturesque old houses and wooden ships and houseboats lining the docks, is about to lose some of its authentic...
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Scandinavias gourmet capital.

The latest edition of the prestigious French Michelin Guide has awarded ten stars to local Copenhagen restaurants including the Noma restaurant at Nordatlantisk Brygge, which was also rated 33rd this...
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Little Mermaid may be moved offshore.

In a bid to protect one of Copenhagens most popular tourist sights, the city council is considering moving the statue of the Little Mermaid in the harbour a few metres offshore. The 93-year-old bronze...
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City camp site planned.

Copenhagen city councillors are examining a proposal to build a top-class camping ground in response to the growing number of illegally parked caravans on the streets of the Danish capital. The new ca...
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