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Capital City of Denmark - Area Information:

Copenhagen

All roads, trains, and bicycle paths of Denmark lead to the heart of the Capital which is a great area for real estate in fact property in this area of Denmark is very desirable. The Inner City is the commercial and cultural centre of Denmark; and, if Slotsholmen is included, also the political. Always buzzing with activity and people, with Sundays the only really quiet day as very few people actually live here. Property in this area of Denmark dates back to the early 18th century.

The old city centre is the pedestrian high street Strøget with store names like Gucci and Prada and Gianni Versace. Købmagergade, also a pedestrian street, is fast becoming mainstream fashion street so real estate is at a premium, with the likes of Esprit, Diesel and Benetton opening major outlets along several local brands.

Amagertorv is at the dead centre of town and often has singing and dancing by the statue in the middle.

Strædet is a quiet and peaceful pedestrian street parallel to Strøget and features many local cafes.

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Fiolstræde has Vor Frue Kirke (Church of Our Lady) with statues by sculptor Thorvaldsen, and the old Copenhagen University.

Kongens Nytorv features the Royal Theatre (ballet, opera, and plays), the famous hotel D'Angleterre, and the exhibition place for modern art Charlottenborg.

Vor Frue Plads and Rådhuspladsen corner Pisserenden.

Slotsholmen has the Christiansborg, the seat of Denmark's parliament. Standing on wooden pillars, Slotsholmen is the core of a very centralistic Denmark. The semi-artificial island holds not just the parliament, but also everything from the Supreme Court to the royal horses, the Offices of the Prime Minister, The Danish Stock Exchange, Slotskirken, the Museum of Arms, Thorvaldsens museum, the Royal Court Theatre with the adjoining Theatre Museum, the royal brewery of Christian IV, as well the Royal Library.

Christianshavn is built on rubbish dumped between Copenhagen and Amager

Christiania a town where all possible sorts of things are sold and more or less controlled by self-appointed authorities.

Holmen was closed off to the public until recently when the former naval base was turned into a colony of arts.

Islands Brygge a new hip spot with lots of trendy galleries.

Strandvejen is an expensive area, tennis courts, and long drinks by the marinas and the estates and villas every Danish entrepreneur and housewife dreams of possessing. Exclusive restaurants are popular with Copenhageners at any time of the year.

Dyrehaven with its tame deer, controlled wildlife and exclusive restaurants is the favourite outing of all Copenhageners at any time of the year.

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Frederiksberg a city in its own right, Frederiksberg is surrounded by Copenhagen on all sides and has many quality restaurants, wineries and tailors. Frederiksberg Have also as a most beautiful park; with a Zoo in it.

Norrevold along the Lakes on the City-side with intellectual hangout Nansensgade great alternative shopping opportunities with an intimate ambience.

Frederiksstaden is laid out in a grid with the royal castle Amalienborg in the centre.

Langeline, North of the marina a new upscale residential area is being built and shops and restaurants are opening all over the waterfront.

Osterbro, the largest of the Copenhagen boroughs.

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