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Christianshavn

4.4/5
29 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Copenhagen (Copenhagen)
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It was originally built after imitating the canals of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and then the influx of people slowly formed the current Christiania. It is much quieter than Xingang, the scenery on both sides of the strait is also good, and there are few tourists.

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Introduction

  Strolling the avenues of Christianshavn is a noteworthy ordeal, particularly on the off chance that you know the backings holding the island above water are a great many wooden posts set up in the 1600s. This man-made island was deliberately situated close Copenhagen keeping in mind the end goal to fill in as a military place to stay to brace the city. From that point forward, Christianshavn has formed into a popular little town, a long ways from its aggressor beginnings. Appreciate the old structures, the hundreds of years old squatter state, and the various exhibition halls, parks and places of worship, a considerable lot of them as old and extraordinary as Christianshavn itself, that populate the island.
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