Statue of Liberty
SIGHTSEEING One of the most important sights of Denmark is the Danes themselves, their friendliness, hospitality and humor. The Danes live at the crossroads of Scandinavian, European and Baltic cultures. This helped them to be open both in the sense of boundaries and for influences from the outside. The key to the Danish heart is the word hüggge, which means a combination of warmth, well-being and intimacy. Thanks to the new bridge over the Great Belt Strait, almost any attraction can be visited during a day trip by car or by train. You should definitely see Copenhagen. The capital of Denmark is famous for its many spiers, towers and bell towers. Among the attractions, one can especially highlight the Amalienborg palace complex (XVIII century). Four identical buildings are located opposite each other on an octagonal square, in the center of which stands an elegant equestrian monument to Federic V. Nearby is the famous Marble Cathedral. Its dome with a diameter of 30 m is very similar to the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. The most colorful area of Copenhagen is Nyhavn (New Harbor). This is a favorite place for artists, photographers, writers, journalists and tourists. Continue reading
The “big apple,” as New York is called, impresses tourists with its dynamic pace of life. This bustling metropolis will seem familiar even if you have never been here. Indeed, in many parks and squares they shot famous Hollywood best-selling films. The city has more than a hundred recognizable sights, but what you should see in New York in the first place, we will tell further in the article.
The Statue of Liberty
“Business card” of the United States of America. The statue is often shown in the movies, and its miniature copies are sold in every gift shop. Among the architects working on the design of the monument was Gustav Eiffel himself, the creator of the famous French tower. The symbol of the United States is located on Liberty Island, near lower Manhattan. Climb to the observation deck, which leads to 354 steps. From here an amazing panorama of New York opens.
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