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  Martin Nyrop’s Italianate 1905 City Hall, with its 344-foot-high clock tower, stands tall beside Tivoli, the 165-year-old amusement park that inspired Disneyland.  Photo by: Thomas Ibsen
    Martin Nyrop’s Italianate 1905 City Hall, with its 344-foot-high clock tower, stands tall beside Tivoli, the 165-year-old amusement park that inspired Disneyland.

    Photo by: Thomas Ibsen

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  The Dutch firm MVRDV converted a pair of seed silos into the aptly named Gemini residence.  Photo by: Thomas Ibsen
    The Dutch firm MVRDV converted a pair of seed silos into the aptly named Gemini residence.

    Photo by: Thomas Ibsen

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  Bellavista, Arne Jacoben’s 1931–34 functionalist housing complex at the beachside suburb of Klampenborg.  Photo by: Thomas Ibsen
    Bellavista, Arne Jacoben’s 1931–34 functionalist housing complex at the beachside suburb of Klampenborg.

    Photo by: Thomas Ibsen

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  The city makes getting around easy for tourists and residents alike, by providing roughly 2,000 free bicycles, available at stands throughout Copenhagen.  Photo by: Thomas Ibsen
    The city makes getting around easy for tourists and residents alike, by providing roughly 2,000 free bicycles, available at stands throughout Copenhagen.

    Photo by: Thomas Ibsen

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  Once a red-light district and popular brawling spot for drunken sailors, today Nyhavn 
is packed with restaurants and cafes, and is a starting point for canal boat tours.  Photo by: Thomas Ibsen
    Once a red-light district and popular brawling spot for drunken sailors, today Nyhavn is packed with restaurants and cafes, and is a starting point for canal boat tours.

    Photo by: Thomas Ibsen

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  Noma, one of Copenhagen’s ten Michelin-starred restaurants.  Photo by: Thomas Ibsen
    Noma, one of Copenhagen’s ten Michelin-starred restaurants.

    Photo by: Thomas Ibsen

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  The 2005 VM apartment complex in the Ørestad district, designed by PLOT, takes its name from the shapes of the two plans: While the M balconies are flush with the building’s facades, those covering the V structure jut ominously like shark’s teeth.  Photo by: Thomas Ibsen
    The 2005 VM apartment complex in the Ørestad district, designed by PLOT, takes its name from the shapes of the two plans: While the M balconies are flush with the building’s facades, those covering the V structure jut ominously like shark’s teeth.

    Photo by: Thomas Ibsen

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  Restaurant Jacobsen is one of the architect's many projects at Klampeborg, which include lifeguard towers, a theater and a gas station.  Photo by: Thomas Ibsen
    Restaurant Jacobsen is one of the architect's many projects at Klampeborg, which include lifeguard towers, a theater and a gas station.

    Photo by: Thomas Ibsen

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  Room 606, the only suite in Jacobsen’s modernist SAS Royal Hotel that remains precisely as the architect had intended it to look.  Photo by: Thomas Ibsen
    Room 606, the only suite in Jacobsen’s modernist SAS Royal Hotel that remains precisely as the architect had intended it to look.

    Photo by: Thomas Ibsen

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  Hot seats in the oh-so-cool Absolut Icebar Copenhagen.  Photo by: Thomas Ibsen
    Hot seats in the oh-so-cool Absolut Icebar Copenhagen.

    Photo by: Thomas Ibsen

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