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.