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The Rough Guide to Copenhagen

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The Rough Guide to Copenhagen is the definitive guide to this delightful city. From alternative Christiania to the Museum of Modern Art at Louisiana, the Rough Guide captures all the city's highlights in a 16 page full-colour introduction. There are informative and revealing accounts of all the attractions, both well-known sights and lesser known local gems. The top restaurants, bars, hotels, guesthouses - and pastry shops - are uncovered by incisive reviews and full contact details. There is also lively accounts of several possible day trips including the castle at Helsingxr and Hans Christian Andersen's home town of Odense.

Copenhagen Noir

Author : Bo Tao Michaëlis
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"The latest entry in the publisher's series (41 and counting) proves the resilience of, and market for, these locale noirs. Editor Michaëlis, a Danish book critic, is both scholarly and insightful in the introduction and outlines how the stories reflect the greed and ennui of modern Denmark in contrast to the Danish idyll depicted in tourist brochures . . . Although some stories veer from noir orthodoxy, there are fine examples of lyrical writing, noir sensibilities, and insight into the current Danish psyche. Overall, a very impressive anthology." --Library Journal "The indefatigable noir series of anthologies (Orange County Noir, Trinidad Noir, Brooklyn Noir 3, etc.) focuses in its 43rd volume on the home of Hans Christian Andersen . . . Based on this collection, Copenhagen may be a great place to visit, but nobody seems to live there, at least not well or long." --Kirkus Reviews "Fans used to the watered-down noir now prevalent in America will notice immediately the much harder edge of these stories, which are much closer to the noir of the 1940s and '50s." --Booklist "[This] volume has grim, uncomfortable power." --Publishers Weekly Joining Rome, Paris, Istanbul, London, and Dublin as European hosts for the Akashic Noir series, Copenhagen Noir features brand-new stories from a top-notch crew of Danish writers, with several Swedish and Norwegian writers thrown into the mix. This volume definitively reveals why Scandinavian crime fiction has come to be so popular across the world. Includes brand-new stories by: Naja Marie Aidt, Jonas T. Bengtsson, Helle Helle, Christian Dorph and Simon Pasternak, Susanne Staun, Lene Kaaberbøl and Agnete Friis, Klaus Rifbjerg, Gretelise Holm, Georg Ursin, Kristian Lundberg, Kristina Stoltz, Seyit Öztürk, Benn Q. Holm, and Gunnar Staalesen. Bo Tao Michaëlis is a book critic and editor living in Copenhagen, Denmark.

OECD Territorial Reviews Copenhagen Denmark 2009

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Analyses key challenges for the Copenhagen metropolitan area including boosting economic growth, scarcity of skilled workers, and barriers to research and development.

Copenhagen

Author : Pernille Stensgaard
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Thomas Bartholin the Anatomy House in Copenhagen

Author : Thomas Bartholin
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In 1644, the University of Copenhagen established its first anatomical theatre. In addition to the instruction of students, research was also carried out in the Anatomy House. Here Thomas Bartholin, the Professor of Anatomy, demonstrated the thoracic duct and later the lymphatic vessels in a human being, an achievement that has brought him fame. In 1662 Thomas Bartholin published A Short Description of the Anatomy House in Copenhagen, which meticulously describes the layout of the Anatomy House alongside the first eighteen years of its history. This volume presents Bartholin's book for the first time in English, as well as the original Latin text, enabling a broader audience to draw on its various and detailed accounts. A commentary and an introduction as well as a rich body of illustrations make this edition a valuable resource for historians of medicine.

Copenhagen

Author : Christopher Woodward
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Copenhagen, capital of Denmark for nearly 1000 years, is a civilized and attractive city. Its social and political history is reflected in its architecture, which spans from the first re-modelling in Renaissance style by the Architect King, Christian IV (1588-1648), to the present century's wealth of public housing and welfare buildings, commissioned by the agencies of an unchallenged social democracy.

Copenhagen Differently

Author : Eckhart Oehlens
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This alternative guidebook has a different approach to the capital of Denmark. It focuses on topics and issues that are not already dealt with on the web: Basic facts that even Wikipedia fails to clarify, funny facts (trivia) on six topics, alternative sights, talk of the town, curious places, not that wonderful places, things to watch out for, general behaviour, suggested bicycle tours and walks. Apart from that, you will learn about what Copenhageners prefer themselves when it comes to recreational places, shopping destinations, the food scene and going out. Discover the Sound of Copenhagen, on location for films and tv-series, famous Copenhageners, recent city development as well as an essay. Whether you are a tourist, a student or an employee, this book will guide you through the pros and cons, things to appreciate and watch out for and help you how to enjoy one of the most livable cities in the world.

Copenhagen Tales

Author : Helen Constantine
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Exploring the many moods of the Danish capital. From the narrow twisting streets of the old town centre to the shady docklands, this rich anthology captures the essence of Copenhagen and its many faces. Through seventeen tales by some of the very best of Denmark's writers past and present, we travel the length and breadth of the Danish capital examining famous sights from unique perspectives. A guide book usefully informs a new visitor to Copenhagen but these stories allow the reader to experience the city and its history from the inside.

Copenhagen Travel Guide 2017

Author : T Turner
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The Copenhagen Travel Guide 2017 is the most up-to-date, reliable and complete guide to this wonderful city. Travelers will find everything they need for an unforgettable visit presented in a convenient and easy-to-use format. Includes quick information on planning a visit, navigating the city, experiencing Danish culture and exploring the beauty of Copenhagen. Useful online or off!

Time Out Copenhagen 6th edition

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Which? Recommended Provider: Time Out Guides is rated top guidebook brand by Which? Survey, for level of detail, photography, quality of maps, ease of finding information and value for money. Time Out Copenhagen gives the lowdown on where to go and what to see in this most civilised of cities. With the help of local experts, the guide takes you beyond the clichés – into the neighbourhoods of Vesterbro, Nørrebro, Østerbro and Frederiksberg, where most Copenhageners live and go out, sampling the full extent of its museums, restaurants, cafés and shops. Praised and admired for its cycling culture, New Nordic cuisine and contemporary architecture, Copenhagen is enjoying a much-deserved heyday. Though still celebrated for its historic royal palaces and mid-century design, it’s now taken on a new identity as the style, gastronomic and green capital of Europe. The city’s new daily food market, Torvehallerne, is buzzing; its bike lanes are an inspiration for urban planners worldwide; and its citizens are impeccably dressed. Copenhagen city guide highlights: Full colour and illustrated throughout with exclusive photography, using original imagery to give a real sense of the place Handy pull-out Copenhagen map Extensive area guides not only cover the sightseeing in Copenhagen, but also restaurants, bars and shops – all plotted on maps handily located within the chapter Top 20 list of the must-see highlights Itineraries to help you plan your visit Critic’s choices pick out the best Copenhagen sights, experiences and cultural highlights – at a glance All Copenhagen restaurants and bars have been visited and reviewed anonymously by critics who pay their own way Copenhagen hotels independently reviewed The revamped Time Out Guides retain the independence and local expertise that the series is known for, while adding more features to help the visitor navigate the city. Whether you have an action-packed 24 hours or a leisurely week in which to take it all in, these guides are more essential than ever.

Beyond Copenhagen

Author : Great Britain. Department of Energy and Climate Change
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This plan sets out the Government's belief that the low carbon transformation can be a major driver of economic growth and job creation - in the UK, in Europe and globally. In it the UK Government makes clear that: it wants to build on the strengths of the Kyoto Protocol, and is open to extending that agreement as a way of getting the legal deal needed; it is in favour of strengthening the UN decision making process that was so frustrating at Copenhagen; it is pushing for the EU to increase its plans to cut emissions in line with comparable moves elsewhere, supporting the European Commission's work to identify the practical steps that would be required to implement a 30 per cent reduction target. The Action Plan builds on the Copenhagen Accord, in which countries have put forward actions that, if delivered in full, would see global emissions peak before 2020.

Kerrigan in Copenhagen

Author : Thomas E. Kennedy
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Kerrigan is writing a guidebook to the city of Copenhagen. Specifically, a guide to the city's drinking establishments – of which there are over 1,500. Thus, it is a project potentially without end, and one with a certain amount of drunken numbness built into it. And that's the point: for Kerrigan, an American expat fleeing a terrible betrayal, has plenty he wants to forget. The only problem with his proposed project is his research associate, a voluptuous, green-eyed beauty who makes him tremble with forgotten desire. Kerrigan in Copenhagen is both a love story and a Joycean romp through a magical city.

The Battle of Copenhagen 1801

Author : Ole Feldbæk
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Written by the leading Danish authority on the period, this splendid work brings to life Nelson's historic victory immortalised by his so famously turning a blind eye to his superior's order to halt operations. As well as describing the brilliance of the British tactics, the work fascinatingly reveals the desperate action and great bravery displayed by the Danish defenders who suffered appallingly in the fighting.

Copenhagen People and Places

Author : Pernille Stensgaard
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Copenhagen

Author : Uwe Hasenfuss
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Getting lost in the city is not about throwing away the map. It's about surrendering yourself to the essence of the place. The sights, smells, flavors and sounds that make it unique. The photography, the art, the creativity that provide its individual inspiration. Getting lost is diving headfirst into what makes each city its own.

Copenhagen and the Best of Denmark Alive

Author : Norman Renouf
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The Kingdom of Denmark has a long and fascinating history, and Copenhagen is one of Europe's most charming capitals. This guidebook takes readers on an intimate and well-researched tour through its historic streets. Visit palaces, cathedrals and museums, as well as bustling waterfronts and quiet parks and gardens. The author's favorite restaurants, offering every type of cuisine from the traditional to the cutting edge, are described in detail. Outside the city, day-trips and two- to three-day excursions introduce the traveler to the variety of life in Denmark. Visit towns built around ancient Viking settlements; the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen and his fairy tales; villages that seem to have been forgotten by time; and sophisticated cities that mix the very old and the very new with a sense of fun. Trips to Helsingborg and Malm, Sweden, just across the sound, add another dimension to this travel experience. Each chapter includes sections covering: Fascinating facts about national and royal history; Shopping for regional and international treasures; Self-guided walking tours of historic districts; Getting around by public transportation on land and on water; Best places to stay and eat; Visits to local points of interest. FROM THE BOOK: These days the old inner city of Copenhagen is an absolute delight to visit. Within easy walking distance from most hotels there is an eclectic collection of handsome buildings, delightful squares, imposing statues and fountains, beautiful green areas, a fantastic array of museums, enticing shopping, busy waterways, a mouth-watering collection of restaurants, and more bars and cafes than can possibly be visited. In fact, Copenhagen was named the Cultural Capital of Europe in 1996. Copenhagen is Europe's "Cultural Capital". This handbook explores the city's handsome buildings, imposing statues, beautiful waterways, incredible museums, fantastic shopping and restaurants. Outside the city are more easy-to-reach attractions such as Roskilde, Odense, Ribe and Arhus, all of which are discussed in detail. Renouf also covers the nearby Swedish towns of Helsingborg and Malmo. The "Alive" series of guides tell you what's hot, and what's not, with suggestions for daytime activity and night time fun. There are restaurant and hotel profiles in all price ranges, including the best places to stay and eat if you're looking for pampering, adventure, nights in the city or value. The guides focus on the things that make each destination unique. There are details on local celebrations, along with contact numbers for help in trip-planning. "Sunup to Sundown" sections describe daytime activities from sightseeing and shopping to swimming and beachcombing. "After Dark" sections give the low-down on nightlife from mild to wild. An "A-Z" reference at the end provides a comprehensive list of useful contacts, including ATM and bank locations, doctors and medical facilities, tourism offices, religious services and websites.

Berlitz Copenhagen Pocket Guide

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Berlitz Pocket Guide Copenhagen is a concise, full-colour travel guide to this cool Scandinavian city, combining inspiring photography with insider tricks and tips to help you uncover the best of Copenhagen. It tells you everything you need to know about the best places to visit in the city, from the colourful harbour, Nyhavn, to the lively Tivoli Gardens and the world-famous Little Mermaid statue. Handy maps on the cover flaps help you find your way around, and are cross-referenced to the text. To inspire you, the book offers a rundown of the 10 top attractions in Copenhagen, followed by an itinerary for a Perfect Day in the city. The What to Do chapter is a snapshot of things to do in Copenhagen, including, shopping, entertainment, sports and activities for children. The book provides all the essential background on Copenhagen's culture, including a brief history of Copenhagen and an Eating Out chapter covering the city's cuisine. There are carefully chosen listings of the best hotels and restaurants and an A-Z of all the practical information you'll need.

Faust In Copenhagen

Author : Gino Segrè
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In 1932, the so-called annus mirabilis of modern physics, a group of scientists gathered in Copenhagen for a week-long conference on the extraordinary new work that was taking place in laboratories across the world; work that would ultimately lead to the development of nuclear weapons and the ensuing international power struggles. Segrè's erudite and impressive account explores this crucial moment in history through the lives and careers of seven physicists sitting in the front row of the Copenhagen meeting. Six of them were already in the pantheon of genius while the seventh - Max Delbrück - was the author of a skit performed at the conference that lightly parodied the struggle between the old and new theories of physics and eerily foreshadowed the events that were to unfold in the struggle between peaceful uses of scientific discovery and destructive ones.

Silurian and Lower Devonian Basin and Basin slope Limestones Copenhagen Canyon Nevada

Author : Jonathan C. Matti
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Copenhagen

Author : B.T. Batsford Ltd
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