The bronze statue of the little mermaid in Changdi Park, northeast of downtown Copenhagen, Denmark, is a world-famous bronze statue and has become a symbol of Denmark. The bronze statue is about 1.5 meters tall and the cornerstone is about 1.8 meters in diameter. It was made by Danish sculptor Edward Eriksson according to Andersen's fairy tale "Daughter of the Sea". During the 2010 Shanghai World Expo, for the first time, the Little Mermaid was placed in the center of a pool in the Danish Pavilion of the Expo to meet tourists at home and abroad. Although the figure of the little mermaid has been seen in the Danish Pavilion of the World Expo (the last picture), it is quite different from that of the little mermaid situated on the seaside, where is the daughter of the sea. Every visitor to Copenhagen will not neglect this scenic spot, so the little mermaid is "crowded" all day long.
Coming to the fairy tale kingdom, the first thing I want to see is the mermaid. When I saw her, she gave me a feeling of tranquility, serenity and a little melancholy sitting on the beach. It's the sculptor who carved it like his lover. It's very impressive. Travel advice: Copenhagen is very small, you can walk around, look around, feel the local customs, few people, beautiful scenery. We saw groups of black swans in the park near the mermaid statue. They were very beautiful.
Located in Changdi Park in the northeast of Copenhagen, Denmark, the Little Mermaid was created by Danish sculptors on the basis of Andersen's fairy tale The Daughter of the Sea. Looking at a very small, is shaped in a ratio of one to one real person, look more sad, surrounded by a very noisy, is a ship to and from the dam, visitors will take pictures here. This is basically the symbol of Denmark.
Copenhagen, Denmark. Little Mermaid. The bronze statue of the little mermaid was completed in Changdi Park in 1913. It looks at the mermaid from afar and sits on a huge granite rock. It is quiet, quiet and comfortable. It looks melancholy and meditates. The mermaid is 1.5 meters tall. It is made according to Andersen (the daughter of the sea). It is the symbol of Denmark.
When she arrived in Denmark on May 11, 2017, the bronze statue of the little mermaid, located in Langelinie, northeast of downtown Copenhagen, Denmark, was the first to be seen. Looking at the mermaid with her tail in the distance, she sits on a huge granite, quiet and elegant, leisurely and self-satisfied; approaching the bronze statue, you see a sad, meditative girl.
A world-famous bronze statue, a symbol of Denmark, is located in Changdi Park, northeast of downtown Copenhagen. Looking at the mermaid with her tail in the distance, she sits on a huge granite, quiet and elegant, leisurely and self-satisfied; approaching the bronze statue, you see a sad, meditative girl.
The Little Mermaid statue is Denmark's first national business card. It's also a must-come attraction for tourists to Denmark, not one of them. The statue is much smaller than you think, about the size of one person. This is Denmark's most popular scenic spot, there are many people in particular, but the road to the shore is a bit rough, so we must pay attention to safety.
The Little Mermaid sitting quietly by the sea is not new to the Chinese people. She competes for a glimpse of the world expo. She is quiet and elegant, but she is so sad. In Copenhagen, Chinese tourists surrounded the little mermaid tightly, hoping to take pictures beside the mermaid. We saw a mermaid the other day in the courtyard of the Carlsberg Brewery in Copenhagen. It was similar in size, posture, manner and texture. Later, it was learned that more than a hundred years ago, the son of Carlsberg's founder watched the first ballet "Daughter of the Sea" at the Royal Theatre, and was moved by the love story of the mermaid, so he funded the construction of the famous Danish Mermaid bronze statue. Walking all the way through Nordic Europe, in Warsaw, Poland, Helsinki, there are statues of mermaids. How many stories did the Mermaids leave us? The last one was taken in the Carlsberg Brewery Garden.
Andersen, a fairy tale writer throughout his childhood, grew up and came to his birthplace. Danish air is good, sky is blue, everywhere beautiful. The Little Mermaid sat quietly at the water's edge, more ordinary than she had imagined, but this was the deep part of her long memories. She was not disappointed, but she liked it better.