The Town Hall & Town Hall Square
Christiansborg Castle: the seat of Danish Parliament, Prime Minister's Office, Supreme Court, & Royal Reception Area.
Frederik"s Church @ Amalienborg Castle the residence of the Royal House of Denmark since Christianborg Castle was damaged by fire in 1794.
Amalienborg Castle: made up of 4 identical Rococo palaces arranged around a large square. Queen Margaret II lives here with her husband the Prince Consort Henrik in the palace known as the Palace of Christian IX.
The Queen's actual guards.
This ship is known as the "Oops Frigate". It was decommissioned after accidently firing into a residential summer home area in Denmark. Fortunately, no one was home & no one was harmed. Ooops!!!
The Little Mermail statue made in 1913 by Edvard Eriksen & since then has become the symbol of Copenhagen. The monument takes it's inspiration from the well-known story of the same name by Hans Christian Andersen, himself another national symbol.
Interior of the Church of our Lady; founded in the early 13th century. The Crown Prince Frederik was married here in 2002 to a commoner from Australia, now, Crown Princess Mary.
Statue of Hans Christian Andersen outside of Town Hall Square
Nyhavn neighborhood built mainly from the mid-18th century. Hans Christian Andersen lived here for several years. Now these house restaurants, cafes & small hotels.