The Danish Architecture Centre (DAC) in Copenhagen
A perfect reflection of the The Danish Architecture Centre (DAC) in Copenhagen.

May 2018 – The city of Copenhagen was the last stop on our visit to Europe in May, and perhaps the least planned part of our itinerary. There was no set ‘things to do, places to see’ list for our entire four days here, which in many ways made it all the more relaxing.

I did however wake up early enough on a couple of occasions to catch the sunrise (at around 5am) and to go for a walkabout at a time when it felt like the entire city was deserted. The peace and quiet was refreshing, as was the stillness of the waters on the canals during the early hours of the morning.

Frederiksholms Canal, Copenhagen
Frederiksholms Canal, Copenhagen.
Kalvebod Brygge, Copenhagen
Kalvebod Brygge (Kalvebod Quay), Copenhagen.
The Royal Library in Copenhagen during sunrise
A view of the The Royal Library in Copenhagen during sunrise. The building in the photo is a recent extension to the main library at Slotsholmen and is known as the Black Diamond, a reference to its shape and black marble exterior.
Christianshavn, Copenhagen
Christianshavn, Copenhagen.
Nyhavn nights
A still of Nyhavn, Copenhagen, taken during the evening.
Evening at Tivoli Gardens
Evening at Tivoli Gardens.

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