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|The Little Mermaid is a statue on a rock in Copenhagen Harbour. Though small and unimposing it is a symbol of Copenhagen and a major tourist attraction.||03/18/2007||608|
|The Police HQ in Copenhagen was built from original drawings by Hack Kampmann, 1918 to 1924, and is still in use today. It is a neoclassic design with a central pillared rotunda. Easily one of the ugliest buildings in Copenhagen it is nevertheless a true landmark of the city.||08/21/2005||431|
|RAF Station Woodchurch is a former World War II airfield in Kent, England. The airfield is located approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) west of Ashford; about 50 miles (80 km) southeast of London.|
Opened in 1943, Woodchurch was a prototype for the type of temporary Advanced Landing Ground type airfield which would be built in France after D-Day, when the need advanced landing fields wo...
|The Church of Our Lady is the cathedral of Copenhagen. The site has housed a church since 1209. The present building was consecrated in 1829, its predecessor having been destroyed in the bombardment of Copenhagen in 1807.||03/18/2006||355|
|RAF Staplehurst is a former World War II airfield in Kent, England. The airfield is located approximately 1 mile (1.6 km) northeast of Staplehurst; about 38 miles (61 km) southeast of London.|
Opened in 1943, Staplehurst was a prototype for temporary Advanced Landing Grounds built in France after D-Day, and as the Allied forces moved east across France and Germany. It was used by ...
|Church of Our Saviour, Copenhagen|
One of Copenhagen's most famous landmark is this baroque church, built 1682-96 and one of prominent example of Baroque architecture. Afraid of heights? Don't walk up the 95 meter high steeple! If not, enjoy the marvellous view while climbing the outside stairs!
|RAF Headcorn was a World War II airfield in Kent, England. The airfield was located approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) east-northeast of Headcorn; about 38 miles (61 km) southeast of London|
Opened in 1943, Headcorn was a prototype for the temporary Advanced Landing Ground airfields to be built in France after D-Day, when the need for advanced landing fields became urgent as the Allie...
|(Fast food) Restaurant right by the runway at Copenhagen Airport. You can sit outside and eat watching the planes take off...||08/16/2005||357|
|In the lower part of the picture, the german cruisers Prinz Eugen and Nurenberg can be seen.|
Another view of Prinz Eugen at pier in the KronlÝbsbassin in Copenhagen after it surrendered. The KronlÝbsbassin is a part of the Freeport of Copenhagen. At the end of the war, she was one of only two operational German cruisers left (the other was the light cruiser NŁrnberg), and was surrendered...
|RAF Caistor was a grass-surfaced airfield and served it's time as a Relief Landing Ground (RLG) for a number of stations in the area. It had four landing strips of varying lengths varying between 1100 yards (1005 metres) to 1450 yards.|
Today, very little remains. A few huts on the very basic technical site remain in private hands. The Thor launch pads and their attendant buildings now li...
|This is the main circus museum in Denmark. It shows the history of danish circus and famous artists throug time.|
It's located in the former HQ building of the Avedore Barracks.
|On Copenhagen West Cemetery (Vestre Kirkegaard), the largest cemetery in Copenhagen are 4,643 soldiers and 5,344 German refugees from German occupied european areas buried.|
The German cemetery is found in the southwestern part in two places.