A few photos from my recent trip to København (Copenhagen), the capital of Denmark. I was lucky to have one, very sunny, winters day to explore the city and take some photos.
Copenhagen is a beautiful, clean city with an amazing bicycle culture. Highlights include watching the sunset while walking on a frozen lake, playing games at the Experimentarium City, and gorging myself on Danish liquorice!
Light from a low winter’s sun, passing through arches at Amalienborg Palace, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Rosenborg military barracks is one of two barracks of the Royal Danish Life Guard. It is located next to Rosenborg Castle in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Guards outside an entrance to Amalienborg Palace, Copenhagen, Denmark.
St Alban’s Church in Churchillparken. Great gothic Revival architecture.
Frederik’s Church, also known as The Marble Church. It has the largest church dome in Scandinavia.
Zinkglobal Artwork by Kim Michael. 2.5 ton metal outdoor sculpture is displayed at Nordre Toldbod.
Rosenborg Castle (Slot) is a renaissance castle.
The castle’s moat was completely frozen over from the cold, Danish winter.
Zinkglobal metal outdoor sculpture at Nordre Toldbod, Copenhagen, Denmark along the harbour.
Nyhavn / New Harbour is a 17th-century waterfront, canal and entertainment district. The quayside is lined with brightly coloured 17th and early 18th century townhouse, bars, cafes and restaurants.
Heavy fog on the road at Fisketorvet Shopping Center, Copenhagen, Denmark.
One of the things I love about Copenhagen is the brightly coloured and odd looking buildings.
Nyhavn 17, a pub on the harbor serving craft beers on draft.
Another quirky, colourful building in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Watching the sunset while walking across a frozen lake at Sortedamsdosseringen.