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Founded in 1874, the Botanical Gardens are located between Gothersgade and Slvgade in the center of Copenhagen. Visitors can enjoy the sights of the rare trees, rock gardens, medicinal plants and wild Danish plants from moor and heath. The Palm House is a must with its palm trees, cacti and orchids. The gardens also contain the Botanical Museum and an observatory. Dogs are not allowed in the gardens.
Østre Anlæg was originally part of the moats of Copenhagen. The park was laid out in 1871 in the style of an English garden. In Østre Anlæg you'll find Statens Museum for Kunst with its white marble annex, and the Hirschsprung Collection. You will also find flowerbeds, statues and monuments.
H.C. Ørsted Park was originally part of the moats of Copenhagen. The park was built in 1876 and completed three years later in an English style with wonderful lawns and paths. It also has playgrounds and a café, and in the summer the park is full of people sunbathing. May claim that the park hasn't changed much after being established, it may transport you to and older, simpler time. Named after the famous Danish physicist, H.C. Ørsted, Ørstedsparken is an oasis of lush green and peace midst the bustling capital.
Amaliehaven's royal gardens were donated to the city by the A.P. Møller Fund and Møller's wife, Chastine McKinney Møller. When the gardens were laid out in 1983, they were strongly debated and criticized. However, the people of Copenhagen have accepted and grown to love the beautiful gardens, where you will find many exotic plants and trees. There is a magnificent view over the harbor, Amalienborg Slotsplads with Saly's equestrian statue, and the Frederiks Church. The gardens were designed by the Belgian, Jean Delonge. The four bronze pillars and the two fountains were created by Italian sculptor, Arnoldo Pormodoro.
Assistens Cemetery is Copenhagen's biggest cemetery. It was originally a place where smaller cemeteries would be relocated, and also served as a churchyard for the poor. Today it is open to all visitors. Celebrities, such as H.C. Andersen, Søren Kierkegård, Jens Juel or Martin Andersen Nex are all buried here. There are plans to turn the churchyard into a park, as the local people already use it as a place to meet with there loved ones or to sit in the sun in the summer.
Flledparken is a big, popular park in the middle of Copenhagen. Flledparken, also called Flleden, has for generations been used for big popular meetings and demonstrations like those held on 1 May. In Flledparken you find the national football stadium, Parken; just outside the park there are public football grounds. Huge lawns in the park, hold many musical events (rock, jazz, classical) in summer. Playgrounds, a swimming pool, a sensory house for blind people and a dance tent.
Superkilen is a park located in the capital city of Copenhagen, Denmark. Designed by the arts group Superflex along with architectures Topotek1 and Bjarke Ingels Group, the park which was inaugurated in June 2012, is a beautiful specimen of architecture and design inspired by diversity. The park is divided into three sections - the black market with a fountain at the center, flanked with palm trees, a red square that reflects modern living and recreation and a green park with green landscape for evening walks and picnics. The park has several artifacts imported from all over the world.
The Royal Haveselskab Garden was laid out in 1884, and is one of Copenhagen's most beautiful small parks, with many rare, exotic flowers, bushes and trees. In the summer it is an oasis of beauty and tranquility away from the big city, situated very close to Frederiksberg park. Jazz and classical concerts are held in the Haveselskab gardens every summer. You will also find a charming exhibition building called Brndsalen in here.