Andersen's tomb is in the cemetery of Beiqiao District. Foreigners are not quite resistant to the concept of cemetery. Open-air tombstones are full of cherry trees and other green trees. Flowers in spring and summer are beautiful and peaceful. Andersen's cemetery is not big. Every day, some people come to see the master of fairy tales. From time to time, runners pass by. For them, it's just a beautiful sports venue.
An absolutely beautiful cemetery in the middle of Nørrebro. Hanging out in a cemetery might seem a bit morbid, but it's actually one of the most popular places to sit in the summer due to the beautiful, private natural spaces inside. It's one of the few relatively bike-free places in the city, and so your contact with other people seems a bit more face-to-face (I've been offered a free beer here several times!).
This cemetery is much more like a beautiful, beautiful park. The old gate open to the loveliest walking path, bordered on either side by the prettiest and tallest trees.The philosopher Søren Kierkegaard is buried here, as is the fairy tale author, Hans Christian Andersen. A stroll through Assistens Kirkegaard makes for a very pleasant morning or afternoon, and is frankly, quite picture perfect.
A little magical oasis in Copenhagen. Not only can you see graves of famous danes such as Hans Christian Andersen. It is also widely acceptable to use the beautiful cemetery as a recreational park. You will therefore see people jogging, tanning, picknicking or even enjoying a cold beer.
The most amazing experience of the trip. European cemeteries are not as full of nettles as they are described in fairy tales. Vampires look at you on the tombstones. It is full of warmth and respect for our predecessors: there are little angels beside the tombstone, and wind lamps and dolls hanging on the branches beside the graveyard. And candlesticks, notebooks, etc. The whole cemetery is like a botanical garden. There are many kinds of plants, and they are full of vitality. There are special staff to manage them with modern equipment. People exercise and walk here, quiet and peaceful.
The place where Master Andersen was buried attracts many fans of Andersen's fairy tales to worship each year. This is a very sacred place.
Andersen's old people's resting place, here is very peaceful, every year many people come here to flowers.