Pictures from our trip 2017 to Copenhagen.
The world famous little mermaid...
The not so famous mother of the little mermaid.
Copenhagen Nyhavn a.k.a. New Haven.
Boat cruise at Nyhavn.
Kunsthal Charlottenborg at Nyhavn.
Closed Danish Barracks...
A danish submarine.
Still used for royal Danish joyrides.
Looks as good as it sounds inside...
Denmark's so rich, even the slums are beatyful.
Entrance to the Tivoli, as it can be seen from the central station.
A real fun ride at Tivoli. Take the seats that face outside!
Just some picturesque fountains at Tivoli.
The danish version of a guard dog!
Close to the Kastellet in Copenhagen.
Map of the Kastellet barracks.
Perhaps the boss's home...
It's the only house at Kastellet with a garage.
Just one of the beatyful churches in Copenhagen.
One of the churches in Copenhagen.
Vintage sign of the Carlsberg Brewery
Looks like he's suffering from a terrible severe diarrhea.
The basement of the Carlsberg Brewery. After we were done drinking... Of course it's empty now!
A Rocket found at Tojhusmuseet.
Beatyful modern art!
Hail to the king baby!
Those arms were used by the Germans in World War 2.
Arms of WW2 used by the enemies Allies.
Get a few of those if you want to catch a big fish!
A most beatyful vintage gatling gun!
Why's the entrance door facing the enemy?!? Seems like the developer was rather a theorist than a soldier.
Baby mortar for self defense.
For bigger defense jobs.
My gun's thicker than yours!
This device was used to heaten up cannon balls.
This one's 7.5 meters long! Enjoy the ride...
Those have been retired...
Medieval platemail armor.
Searching for the Holy Grail...
Daggers from Greenland made from shark teeth.
An early version of a clock as it was used in medieval times.
Find the salami.
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