Yesterday we visited the Klampenborg park, also known as the deer park, because of the animals living there (and it’s true, we saw a lot of them). Before getting deeper into the forest we spent some little time around the beach that was near the entrance, and we also walked through the Bakken park, that is the oldest amusement park in the world as they say. Apparently, Denmark has a lot of experience with these parks (remember the Tivoli). It was a sunny Sunday so the cold was (kind of) bearable. We walked a lot and we ended up really tired, but it was worth. The park was astonishing, especially the wide and green landscape surrounding the Hermitage Hunting Lodge, a little white castle that you find in the middle of the park. It was one of the biggest natural spaces I’ve been in my whole life. We also went to the cemetery where the famous Danish writer Christian Anderson was buried, to see his tomb and some blossoming trees.
Also, something kind of curious happened in Copenhagen yesterday. In the neighborhood of Nørrebro, where we walked in our way to the cemetery from Nørreport train station, some disturb were happening for political reasons, due to ethnic and racial disputes having something to do with a person called Rasmus Paludan (see this link for more information). We found little mountains of trash burning in the middle of the streets, with police cars running from one way to another and a helicopter watching from the sky. It was actually impressive to see these piles of plastic burn in the middle of the city. People were just walking next to them while the firefighters eventually turned them off.
So I displayed first the pictures from the disturbs and after the rest of the pics. Enjoy them 🙂
All pictures taken and edited with iPhone SE.
Turbulences in Nørrebro