Monthly Archives: January 2016

Copenhagen’s Image: Where Do We Go From Here

It has been quite a week in Copenhagen with a storm brewing over the passing of the Refugee Amendment Bill on Tuesday, which amongst other things allows the confiscation of refugee valuables. The Danish Government’s primitive and inward-seeking solution to a global challenge, not only attracted enormous international media attention, but also polarized the nation […]
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Copenhagen’s Citadel, Frozen In Time

With a mini melt down in prospect, Copenhagen has been flaunting some of its most exquisite features before the ice disappears. The Citadel has long been one of Copenhagen’s most treasured spaces, not only with the thousands of tourists that visit the area each year, but with the city’s residents. The star-shaped Citadel was formed into […]
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Copenhagen’s Metro Art: Cool Construction

For the last 8 years Copenhagen’s urban landscape has been transformed as the city’s metro system is being extended. A further 17 underground stations are currently being constructed with a further 15 km of metro tunnel being added on the current line. Many of Copenhagen’s historical sites, squares and public spaces have and are still […]
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Copenhagen: The KADK Library

Tom Waits once growled, “It’s colder than a grave-digger’s ass”, he could have been describing Copenhagen this weekend. The city has gone into freeze mode and thoughts of hibernation linger. The seasonal freeze has seen Copenhagen’s libraries providing warmth and solace for the city’s homeless and refugees seeking some kind of respite from an unforgiving […]
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