The suburban area of Copenhagen is the location of one more famous sight - The open air museum. It covers the square of almost 30 hectares and features models of old fishing houses, windmills and other farm buildings. The museum complex is equipped with a restaurant, the menu of which is full of dishes of national cuisine. The decoration of the restaurant is also "antique". Thorvaldsens Museum is one of the most popular cultural institutions of the city. The museum keeps a huge collection of works by great sculptors of early 19th century. Christiansborg Palace is another striking architectural monument. Many years ago a large fortress stood on the site of the modern palace, the construction of which took place in the middle of the 12th century. The modern building was erected much later, in the 18th century. The castle is a great example of the Baroque style.
Stroget Street is the best place for walking. During a walk on it guests will see numerous interesting historical sites, old churches and cathedrals. When you feel a bit tired, it’s high time to have a break in one of the local restaurants. Stroget Street is also the best place for souvenirs as the selection of souvenirs and other nice items in local shops is simply great. Travellers, who enjoy outdoor rest, will surely fall in love with Tivoli Park, which was founded in the middle of the 19th century. The park has become a popular venue for numerous musical and theatrical performances. Children will also find here many funny activities.
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