Copenhagen

For those who like large, well-planned houses, outdoor activities and a safe and well-organised life style, Copenhagen is the place to live.Accommodation is cheaper in Copenhagen than in many other European capitals. Houses and apartments are spacious and well equipped. However, the rental market is...

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Daily life in an occupied country 1940-45.

8 Oct 2005-17 Apr 2006. To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Denmarks liberation from Nazi occupation, the National Museum is hosting a major exhibition entitled Curfew which explores the daily life o...
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Royal Ballet School Exhibition

12 May-30 Oct 2005. Hans Christian Andersen is not the only Dane whose bicentenary is being celebrated in the Danish capital this year. August Bournonville, who was born in Copenhagen in 1805, and who...
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Copenhagen Blues Festival 2005.

21-24 Sept 2005. This club-based festival which involves between 18-20 venues of various sizes around the centre of Copenhagen is celebrating its 5th edition this year. Among the truly international l...
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Framing the Future of Design.

22 Jun-13 Nov 2005. All facets of the latest in Danish design are covered in the Danish Design Centres 2005 exhibition DANISH framing the future of design. From innovative product development to mode...
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Gauguin and the Impressionists.

31 Aug-20 Nov 2005. The Ordrupgaard museum reopened on 31 Aug, inaugurating the new wing designed by prize-winning Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid, with an exhibition dedicated to Gauguins early years and...
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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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Copenhagen International Film Festival.

1828 August 2005. Copenhagens annual Film Fest has a deliberately European bias and this year features the latest films from all over the European Union, including Rumania and Hungary. Israel, Russia...
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Arken Museums Summer Exhibition.

28 May11 September 2005. The contrasting portrayal of nature by two great Nordic painters is explored in depth in the Life in Nature exhibition currently showing at the Arken Museum of Modern Art in C...
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Hans Christian Andersen celebrations.

Every Wednesday from 1031 August 2005. This month, as part of the Hans Christian Andersen bi-centenary celebrations, the Teatermuseet i Hofteatret (Theatre Museum at the Court Theatre) in Copenhagen i...
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Culture Harbour.

4-7 August 2005. Offering a literally bewildering array of entertainment and activities, the annual harbour-side festival in Copenhagen, the Kulturhavn, is an event which has something for everybody....
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Summerdance Festival.

8-14 August 2005.. After its successful debut last year, the Copenhagen Summerdance Festival reopens its doors with an extended time slot and 100 extra seats available. The festival is once again to b...
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Henri Matisse A second life.

12 August-4 December 2005 . This unusual and comprehensive exhibition of the famous French artists work covers the years 1941 to 1954 the period that Matisse himself referred to as his second life- a...
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U2 plays at Parken Stadium.

31 July 2005. Denmarks national stadium, PARKEN, in the centre of Copenhagen, has already seen a variety of top acts this year, including Depeche Mode and Eminem. At the end of July, Parken will play...
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Henrik Plenge Jakobsen: Circus Pentium

22 Jan-28 August 2005. The Statens Museum is currently housing an exhibition that combines sculpture, video and performance in a single, large-scale installation. Circus Pentium has all the trappings...
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