If you have an hour or two to spare, why not head over to CopenHill.
This futuristic artificial ski slope is built on the roof of the Amager Resource Center, Copenhagen’s recently opened state-of-the-art waste handling facility, which recycles what it can, and turns what it can’t into green electricity and heat for the city’s residents.
If the slopes aren’t for you, there’s also a hiking trail and a climbing wall which, at 85m, is the world’s highest.
Visit copenhill.dk for more information.
The Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen (or “Den lille Havfrue” in Danish) is by far the most famous. It can be found a short walk (or bike ride) from the city centre, sitting on a rock in the harbour. The original Little Mermaid story was published by Danish author, Hans Christian Andersen in 1837 and, in 1913, the world-famous statue was unveiled. Over the years, the Little Mermaid has suffered a lot, including being covered in multiple colours of paint, political slogans and even decapitation. But each time, she is restored to her original state.
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