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Copenhagen: Nyhavn and Christiania

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I know I got kind of sidetracked with newer stuff, but there’s still some Copenhagen pictures left! This was from the day we went to Nyhavn, harbour bit with all the colourful houses that’s probably the most stereotypical part of the city. Not nearly as touristy as we expected though!

We also went to Christiania, a commune that was originally squatters, but is now semi-legalised. It was a bit disappointing to be honest. Most of it was ‘pusher street’, where they used to sell homegrown weed on market type stall, but now is mainly an standard outdoor/bar area, except that some people were openly smoking (no buying or selling though). The other parts are residential, and the guidebook said you could easily spend an afternoon looking at all the self-built and interestingly decorated houses. That part of it was pretty cool, but also really small, maybe there was another bit we never discovered.

There’s also some pictures from the pedestrianised centre, where we had a look in some design shops.

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