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Hans Christian Andersen Statue, Copenhagen

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3.7/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
An icon constructed after the famed author commonly known for his children's fairy tales, Hans Christian Andersen Statue stands proud next to the Stadhuis. Andersen spent much of his life in Copenhagen, and many of the places around the statue, such as the Royal Danish Theatre, played important roles in his life. Take part in the custom of proud locals by having your picture taken next to the likeness of the famous author. Tales you may know of Andersen's include "The Little Mermaid," "The Ugly Duckling," and "The Emperor's New Clothes." Put Hans Christian Andersen Statue on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Copenhagen trip itinerary builder.
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  • Patung Hans Christian Andersen terletak ditepi jalan. Turis asing tidak mengira itu adalah patung orang terkenal. Karena tingginya sekitar 180 cm dan nampak biasa. Tidak dipagari atau dibeti pengumuma...  read more »
  • In the burgher House from Copenhagen, this is really beautiful! And if you're there, you can see the statue. She is nice enough to them briefly.
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  • This is the spot perfect for Memorial to symbolize that came to Denmark in Copenhagen. Go in the daytime and taking waiting list is like you want it is Hans Christian Andersen and two shot early in the morning or evening late we recommend.
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  • A great man who wrote wonderful stories. It's nice to see him immortalized.
  • 1. Sit on his knee 2. Take a photograph 3. Share your adventure
  • That's a statue, nothing more. I kinda wonder why this one isn't Copenhagen's symbol, instead of the rather diminutive little mermaid...
  • it is a great statue
  • I had a pleasant stay. You could see and hear some of the stories Mr Andersen wrote. One negative thing was that the receptionist tried to make us go to the other museum too (there's another one in the building), and it seemed she was only after our money. But other than that, it was quite great. A bit small, but still not too small.
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