This waterfront extension to the Royal Library opened in 1999 and stretches from the original 19th-century structure to the harbor's dockside. The name gives it...more
Jean Nouvel's Copenhagen Concert Hall (opened in January 2009, in a commercial district that skirts the inner city) is a study in architectural ambition that's...more
Opened in 2005, Denmark's first purpose-built opera house, a striated, bulgy glass module with a "floating" slab of a roof, asserts its presence on the harbor....more
Designed by Daniel Libeskind, one of Copenhagen's newest museums is fittingly located in the former Royal Boat Houseit was built by Christian IV, the king...more
After its renovation, completed in 2006, Denmark's most extensive museum of art now displays a new approach. While some works in its massive...more
As part of Copenhagen's harborfront revitalization, the first city-center bath opened in 2002 opposite the Marriott Hotel in the Islands Brygge area (Kalvebod...more
Laid out like a stately country manor when it was first completed in 1918 in a Copenhagen suburb, this modern-art museum recently added Zaha Hadid's spatial,...more
Christian IV's 17th-century summer palace sprouts like a Renaissance mirage in the center of the city, its red-brick turrets and towers rising above an oasis of...more
Only a city as whimsical as Copenhagen would bill an amusement park as its main attractionbut of course this isn't just any amusement park. Forget bumper...more
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