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Eye Contact: Portraits of African wildlife

Denmark's Zoological Museum displays 65 close-up photographs of African wildlife by Danish zoologist and animal photographer Mogens Trolle. The images on display were selected from the more than 65...
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Mammoths - Giants from Russia

The Zoological Museum in Copenhagen dedicates a major exhibition to the mammoth, a giant species with long, curved tusks that roamed the earth up until 4,500 years ago. The skeletons of a mammoth...
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Frederiksberg Gardens

Daily. In 1699, on the orders of King Frederik VI, work began on a palace and gardens in Frederiksberg close to modern day central Copenhagen. Frederiksberg Palace was used as summer residence by the...
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Tivoli Gardens summer season

14 April - 25 September. The world-famous amusement park Tivoli Gardens is situated right in the centre of Copenhagen and features theatres, open air stages, restaurants, gardens whose trees sparkle w...
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Bakken

25 March - 31 August 2010. In 1583 Kirsten Piil discovered a water spring in Dyrehaven Park which provided the idea for Bakken, now the world's oldest amusement park. Over the centuries the park has r...
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Fredensborg Palace.

1 - 31 July 2009. Denmark is known for its fairytale castles. Fredensborg is one of them. An 18th-century palace north of Copenhagen beside Lake Esrum, it is frequently used by the Danish royal family...
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Tivoli Gardens.

1 April-25 Sept. The famous Tivoli Gardens are the focus of summer-time entertainment in Copenhagen, as they have been ever since they opened in 1843. Set right in the heart of town, these beautiful...
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