Posted on Jun 10, 2010 | Comments 0
Denmark is for sure a place anybody would like to visit but if you are on a tight schedule make sure you see the main targets that are fascinating all tourists that do to this beautiful country.
Legoland is a toy city created out of the small pieces of plastic that are becoming more and more sophisticated every day. The game of Lego was born here and as a tribute a miniature city was built to honor its creators.
You don’t have to be a passionate historian to let yourself be enchanted by the oldest city in Scandinavia. Ribe was a trading place since 700 BC and it looks almost like it did then because the modern age did not touch it but preserve it into a museum.
Kronborg, Helsingor Castle is the place where Shakespeare placed the plot of Hamlet. It really does not matter that Hamlet was the son of an Iutlanda pirate because the palace suspended on a cliff over the sea attracts many tourists.
The Little Mermaid Statue in Copenhagen maybe the distinctive mark of this lovely country. The heroine of Hans Christian Andersen is the proof how loved are the stories of the famous Danish writer. Rarely there is someone who visits Denmark and does not go to see the little Mermaid.
Photo Credit: Leigh Newton
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