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The fine palace complex that makes up the Amalienborg Palace in central Copenhagen is a must see for visitors to the city. There are four palaces on the site, all sitting on an octagonal central courtyard, facing inwards.
Hans Christian Andersen’s influence and brilliance looms large over the history of Danish writing. One of his creations, The Little Mermaid, has been read the world over since being published for the first time in 1837 and was made into a cartoon by Disney.
The National Gallery in Copenhagen (or Statens Museum for Kunst in Danish) is Copenhagen and Denmark’s most eminent gallery and museum of western art. The collection is huge, and spans over 700 years of history of art- from the 14th century to the present day.