Explore the inside of the Rundetårn, the Zoo and the Opera House in Copenhagen.
Guards march in front of the Amalienborg Palace, the winter home of the royal family of Denmark.
Shop for furniture at Paustian, and enjoy a meal at Restaurant Paustian, one of the finest restaurants in Copenhagen.
Explore the inside of the Rundetårn (Round Tower), a 17th-century tower built as an astronomical observatory.
A photographer captures the entrance of the Copenhagen Zoo.
Visit the Rosenborg Castle, a Renaissance castle built as a country summerhouse in 1606.
Tourists can visit the Hans Christian Andersen Museum and see this statue dedicated to the renowned author and poet.
The beautifully painted ceiling at the Geological Museum, part of the Natural History Museum of Denmark.
A welcome sign for visitors as they enter the Danish commune of Christiana.
Nyhavn is the popular entertainment district in Copenhagen.
The Copenhagen Opera House is the most expensive and modern opera house in the world.
External view of the Police History Museum in Copenhagen.