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Black Diamond, Copenhagen

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

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Copenhagen Concert Hall, Copenhagen

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

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Copenhagen Opera House, Copenhagen

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

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Danish Jewish Museum, Copenhagen

Designed by Daniel Libeskind, one of Copenhagen's newest museums is fittingly located in the former Royal Boat House—it was built by Christian IV, the king...more

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Danish National Gallery, Copenhagen

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

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Harbour Baths, Copenhagen

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

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Ordrupgaard, Copenhagen

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

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Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen

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

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Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen

Only a city as whimsical as Copenhagen would bill an amusement park as its main attraction—but of course this isn't just any amusement park. Forget bumper...more

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