Copenhagen Little Mermaid

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Little Mermaid Edvard Eriksen Rare Royal Copenhagen
Little Mermaid Edvard Eriksen Rare Royal Copenhagen
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Royal Copenhagen 2013 Little Mermaid Figurine 100th Anniversary
Royal Copenhagen 2013 Little Mermaid Figurine 100th Anniversary
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Vtg Royal Copenhagen Little Mermaid Nude Porcelain Figurine Edvard Eriksen 4431
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ROYAL COPENHAGEN THE LITTLE MERMAID OF LANGELINIE SHALLOW BOWL PATTERN  3643
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2013 Royal Copenhagen Christmas Plate  Little Mermaid in Copenhagen Harbor
2013 Royal Copenhagen Christmas Plate Little Mermaid in Copenhagen Harbor
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Little Mermaid Statue Landmark European Charm Bead Copenhagen 925 Silver LM039
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Vintage Royal Copenhagen Nude Girl on a Rock Ada Bonfils 4027 Little Mermaid
Vintage Royal Copenhagen Nude Girl on a Rock Ada Bonfils 4027 Little Mermaid
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Royal Copenhagen Christmas Plate 2013 The Little Mermaid
Royal Copenhagen Christmas Plate 2013 The Little Mermaid
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Denmark Copenhagen Little Mermaid Bronze Statue
Denmark Copenhagen Little Mermaid Bronze Statue
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Royal Copenhagen Vase Little Mermaid Disk Wall Plaque 575 Denmark
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VINTAGE MINIATURE STERLING SILVER LITTLE MERMAID COPENHAGEN DENMARK KEYCHAIN
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1962 THE LITTLE MERMAID AT WINTERTIME 725 ROYAL COPENHAGEN
1962 THE LITTLE MERMAID AT WINTERTIME 725 ROYAL COPENHAGEN
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ROYAL COPENHAGEN Christmas Plate 1962 The Little Mermaid at Wintertime
ROYAL COPENHAGEN Christmas Plate 1962 The Little Mermaid at Wintertime
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Famous Little Mermaid Statue Copenhagen Denmark
Famous Little Mermaid Statue Copenhagen Denmark
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Royal Copenhagen Christmas Plate 1962 The Little Mermaid
Royal Copenhagen Christmas Plate 1962 The Little Mermaid
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Kbenhavn Copenhagen Denmark The Little Mermaid Shot Glass
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Question little mermaid statue?
jeepster does not believe me about the statue so anybody got any info on this. As she did not believe about the size. lets just see if anybody knows i.e size, weight, location.

Best Answer A statue of the Little Mermaid sits on a rock in the Copenhagen harbour (at 55°41′34.39″N, 12°35′56.59″E). This small and unimposing statue is a symbol of Copenhagen, and a major tourist attraction. The Little Mermaid statue is only 1.25 meter high and weighs about 175 kg.
Question what are the places for sight seeing in copenhagen, denmark?


Best Answer Experience Copenhagen in a day or two Copenhagen is a wonderfully compact city with an efficient public transport system. This is why even if time is short, you can quite easily get a feel of the place and see most of the city and its many sights and attractions. On a short visit you will also get time to visit a museum or two and to go shopping. Town Hall Square Strøget - from the Town Hall Square to Kongens Nytorv (The King’s New Square) Strøget’s little alleyways Gammel Strand and Slotsholmen Nyhavn, Bredgade & Amalienborg Langelinje and The Little Mermaid Copenhagen’s Bridge Quarters A good end to the day Copenhagen Card Sightseeing bus The City Bike Canal and harbour tours Water Buses With guide Public transport Town Hall Square The Town Hall Square, which is in the very heart of the city and the nerve centre for the local buses is a good place to start your outing in Copenhagen. We recommend a look into the beautiful interior of the Town Hall building or climb the tower, where you on a clear day get a fantastic view of the city. To top Strøget - from the Town Hall Square to Kongens Nytorv (The King’s New Square) Strøget Copenhagen’s famous pedestrian street, is made up of Frederiksberggade, Nygade, Vimmelskaftet, Amagertorv and Østergade. It is a lively street with an endless selection of fantastic boutiques - with many of the city’s main sights and attractions nearby. Between Frederiksberggade and Nygade is Nytorv (New Square) where you will find the Copenhagen Court House and Gammel Torv (Old Square) with the Caritas fountain. Take a shortcut to the left up Nørregade for a quick look into the Cathedral and see the Thorvaldsens statues. It was here that Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary got married in 2004. It is directly opposite Copenhagen University. Walk back to Strøget down Fiolstræde through Jorch’s Passage – another of the City’s many cut throughs or continue to the left down Skindergade to the old Gråbrødre Torv (Grey Friars Square) with the many cafes and restaurants. Helligåndskirken (Church of the Holy Ghost) is situated just before Amager Torv, which is always full of life. It is good to relax with a cup of coffee and a nice lunch while watching the world go by. On Amagertorv and in Østergade there are many exclusive shops and boutiques selling both Danish and international labels. The city’s big department stores are also situated in this part of Strøget which leads to the biggest and grandest square, the Kongens Nytorv (The King’s New Square). It is surrounded by fine old buildings like The Royal Theatre, Charlottenborg Art Gallery, The French Embassy in Tott’ske’s Palace and the famous Hotel D’Angleterre. To top Strøget’s little alleyways South of Strøget you will find the atmospheric old lanes Læderstræde and Kompagnistræde. Cafés lie side by side with smart boutiques, antique dealers and small galleries. Lille Kirkestræde leads to Nikolaj Plads (Nikolaj Square) where you will see the Nikolaj Church which is now used as a gallery. North of Strøget is Købmagergade with Rundetårn (The Round Tower) where in nearby small side streets like Kronprinsensgade, Pilestræde, Grønnegade and Ny Østergade you will find many of the most trendy fashion boutiques and hottest cafés in Copenhagen. To top Gammel Strand and Slotsholmen From Amagertorv you cross Højbro Plads, with the Statue of Bishop Absalon the founder of Copenhagen, to Gammel Strand. Go for a canal boat trip and enjoy the city from a different angle or instead imagine that this was the spot where the old fish market used to be and now there is only one stall left – one “lonely” fishmonger. Christiansborg Slot (Christiansborg Castle) houses the Danish Parliament, Folketinget, and the Royal State Apartments. Next to the parliament is Børsen the former Stock Exchange with its entangled dragon spire and around the other corner is Thorvaldsen’s Museum. Via the Royal Danish Arsenal Museum is the entrance to one of the city’s smallest oasis’s - the garden of the Royal Library. Do enjoy it and use this as your shortcut to the area of Christians Brygge to the Royal Library, which is called The Black Diamond. Amazing architecture situated right on the water front opposite the recreational harbour pool area at Islands Brygge. Via the Royal Riding tracks and Marmorbroen (The Marble Bridge) you get to the National Museum which is certainly worth a visit. The same goes for the nearby Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (The Carlsberg Glyptotek) on H. C. Andersen’s Boulevard. To top Nyhavn, Bredgade & Amalienborg Picturesque Nyhavn with its beautiful old houses along the canal is right next to Kongens Nytorv (The Kong’s New square). Nearly all the time, day and night, there is a lively and colourful café and restaurant atmosphere. Bredgade is full of galleries, art dealers and auction houses. On the left you see Frederikskirken (The Frederik Church) also known as Marmorkirken (The Marble Church). Take a quick look at the enormous dome. Further down on your right, going north, is the Museum of Decorative Art which we highly recommend. Amalienborg Slot (Amalienborg Palace) which is the Royal residence, is only a few steps from Bredgade. If you arrive to the palace by 12 noon you will see the changing of the guard. They march to the sound of music if the Royal Family is in residence. From Amalienborg Palace with Saly’s fine statue you get a great view of the new Opera House on Holmen. Walk to Amaliehaven by the harbour front and enjoy the view which you can also see from the fountain on your way to crossing the square to Frederikskirken. To top Langelinje and The Little Mermaid Walk down Bredgade, Amaliegade or along the harbour front towards Grønningen. Here you will see the grand old Gefion Fountain in a cloud of spraying water. Behind the fountain is the entrance to the citadel with its old bastions and ramparts. At nearby Langelinje is The Little Mermaid from where you can look across the water and see the old military area, the fortress island of Trekroner and you get a further view of Holmen with the new Opera House, as well as the picturesque Christianshavn. Hop on bus no 26 at India Kaj (India Quay) behind Langelinje to take you towards the centre of town to Kongens Nytorv (The King’s New Square), Rådhuspladsen (The Town Hall Square) and Hovedbanegården (The Main Railway Station). If you get off at Kongens Nytorv it is only a few minutes walk down Gothersgade to Kongens Have (The King’s Garden) – one of the city’s loveliest parks - and Rosenborg Castle where the Danish crown jewels are. Slightly north of Kongens Have, at the corner of Østre Voldgade and Sølvgade, is Statens Museum for Kunst (The National Gallery) and on the opposite corner is Botanisk Have (The Botanical Gardens) with its great palm house. You are now close to Nørreport Station where you can catch trains, buses or the Metro in all destinations. To top Copenhagen’s Bridge Quarters The old bridge quarters are carefully being modernised ensuring that the soul of the areas remains intact. It is very exciting to watch the development and to feel the energy in all three places: Vesterbro, Nørrebro and Østerbro. Old houses are being renovated next to new and “brave” buildings which are all part of creating life and new energy. To top A good end to the day You may want to finish the day with dinner in one of Copenhagen’s many excellent restaurants or cafe’s. You can also visit Tivoli, either during the summer or in November or December when it has a Christmas market, or keep an eye out for theatre and opera performances. Sightseeing with or without guide To top Copenhagen Card With a Copenhagen Card you get free entrance to more than 60 sights and attractions plus free and unlimited transport on buses and trains in the whole of the Greater Copenhagen area. You can buy: 24 hours or 72 hours. Please read more on www.copenhagencard.dk To top Sightseeing bus When you are on the City Bus Tour you pass many of the main sights and attractions, the duration of the trip is only 1½ hours and leaves you with a good sense of direction of how to find your way round. This and other sightseeing tours start at the Horn Blower Statue in front of The Palace Hotel next to the Town Hall Square. Read all about the sightseeing tours on www.sightseeing.dk To top The City Bike During the summer the City Bike is an easy and comfortable way to get round the city – all at your own speed. All you have to do is to put a 20,00 Kr coin in the slot, just like a supermarket trolley, and when you leave the bike in one of the many City Bike racks you get your money back. Please read more on www.bycyklen.dk To top Canal and harbour tours Sightseing boats with guides sail through the canals and the harbour of Copenhagen from March to October and occasionally in the winter months. DFDS Canal Tours depart from Gammel Strand and Nyhavn. www.canaltours.dk The Netto Boats sail from the end of March through to the end of October. They depart from Kronometertrappen (The Kronometer Stairs) by Holmens Kirke (The Holmen Church) and from Nyhavn. www.nettobaadene.dk To top Water Buses The water bus routes are along the harbour and through the city canals. They sail without guides taking you from The Little Mermaid to Fisketorvet in the southern part of town via Gammel Strand and The Black Diamond. You can “hop on and off” the water buses as you please. Read about the Water Buses on www.canaltours.dk To top With guide If you want to be accompanied by a guide you can book one at the Copenhagen Tourist Information Centre ”Copenhagen Right Now” on Vesterbrogade 44.
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