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History If you had dropped by Copenhagen in the eleventh century you would have found yourself looking over a quite small fishing hamlet, with some lazy cattle gazing back at you while chewing fresh green grass from the meadows around the village. Looking east you would see a host of small islets protecting the small fishing harbour from harsh weather — really not the worst place to found a city. If you would rather trust the written word than the archaeologists, the earliest accounts date from the twelfth century, when a bearded clerk (or a renowned historian if you will) called Saxo Gramaticus scribbled down a few lines about the place, Portus Mercatorum, he called it, which was really just a fancy Latin version of Købmannahavn. This has since been mangled into København in modern Danish, and even further mangled into Copenhagen in English, but all it really means is "merchant harbour. "
Climate Copenhagen, as in the rest of Denmark, has four distinct seasons. The best time to visit is definitely the warm period from early May to late August. The current weather forecast can be checked at the Danish Meteorological Institute website
Shopping Strøget is one of the largest pedestrian malls in the world which links City Hall, Kongens Nytorv, and Nørreport station. Impeccably dressed Copenhageners breeze through high-end fashion and design stores when not zig-zagging through the hordes of tourists during the summer and Christmas seasons. Your fellow visitors can make it all feel rather touristy at times but if nothing else, it is great for people watching. If all this strange outdoor shopping takes you too far from your usual habitat, head for Magasin du Nord (on Kongens Nytorv) or Illums (on Amagertorv) for more familiar surroundings.
City Copenhagen (Danish: København) is the capital of Denmark and what a million Danes call home. This "friendly old girl of a town" is big enough to be a metropolis with shopping, culture and nightlife par excellence, yet still small enough to be intimate, safe and easy to navigate. Overlooking the Øresund strait with Sweden just minutes away, it is a cultural and geographic link between mainland Europe and Scandinavia. This is where old fairy tales blend with flashy new architecture and world-class design; where warm jazz mixes with cold electronica from Copenhagen's basements. You'll feel you've seen it all in a day, but could keep on discovering more for months.

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Kopenhaga (senąja danų kalba Køpmannæhafn – „pirklių uostas“) – Danijos sostinė ir didžiausias miestas. Miestas priklauso Hovedstadeno regionui. Automobilių ir geležinkelio keltai kursuoja į Malmę, Helsingborgą ir Landskroną (Švedijos uostai). Yra tarptautinis oro uostas.

Kopenhagoje sutelkta apie 40 proc. visos Danijos pramonės. Išvystyta laivybos, elektrotechnikos, prietaisų gamybos, chemijos, maisto pramonė. Yra keturi universitetai bei trys kitų miestų universitetų padaliniai, B. Torvaldseno muziejus, dailės muziejai, Kopenhagos operos teatras.

Pagrindinė miesto įžymybė – paminklas H. K. Anderseno Undinėlei (atidengtas 1913 m. rugpjūčio 23 d.). Taip pat išlikę Rosenborg rūmai, yra birža, Charlottenborg rūmai (visi – iš XVII a.), Christiansborg parlamento rūmai (XVIII a., buvo atstatyti po gaisrų 1800-1820 m. ir 1907-1922 m.), Amalienborgo rūmų kompleksas (statytas nuo XVIII a.).
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