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Mary Thomas, a 19th century rebel from St. Croix (now part of US Virgin Islands), known as one of “the three queens”, who led...

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The Medieval City of Copenhagen

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Family Fun in the Lego Dreamland

We consider Denmark Europe’s best destination for families, not only because of Lego. You should also enjoy the waterparks, Viking warrior training and the...
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The Oldest Residential District in Copenhagen

On Bernstorffsgade, across from the Copenhagen Tivoli’s west entrance, is the Central Railway Station (Hovedbanegården). Beyond it to the west lies Vesterbro, one of...
Historic Trading Post in Copenhagen

Historic Trading Post in Copenhagen

Although there has been a harbor at Copenhagen since the 8th century, until the Middle Ages it was just a simple trading post called...
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