Copenhagen – Cultural Capital of Denmark

We’ve just spent the weekend in Copenhagen, the Cultural Capital of Denmark.  The city is awash with culture; countless museums, art galleries, modern architecture, theaters, year round festivals, sophisticated dining and Chic Boutiques.

I’m not known for my sophistication and I spent a good part of the weekend taking pictures of local signs that made me chuckle.  I blame the local brewery, Carlsberg.  I bet if they were translated they wouldn’t be that funny.  However, I did read somewhere that the Dane’s do have a dry sense of humour, not in the British way but in their own unique style.








Don’t worry I plan on writing a more sensible post tomorrow about all the great things that we saw.  It really is a great place to visit.

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