When we first arrived at Copenhagen, it was a fine day. The city is lined with beautifully-designed buildings which give off a cold industrial feel.
Bicycle riders passed us by everywhere.
I wouldn't say the Danes are not romantic.
Not having much time in Denmark, I didn't have many opportunities to interact with the locals. However, as I was sorting through the photos, I found many pictures of people.
In fact, I ran into some friendly people while shopping in the city center. I was almost given free ice cream because I didn't have any Danish krones with me. Also, a very enthusiastic clerk in the supermarket taught me Danish with such patience.
Even the statues of Churchill and Anderson are fascinating.
斐德列克古堡 / Frederiksborg Castle：
It was built as a royal residence for King Christian IV of Denmark-Norway in the early 17th century. The kings from 1671 to 1841 were inaugurated here. The fire in 1859 destroyed the building, which was later converted into a museum.
During this trip, I enjoyed my short stays in churches, where I felt rather tranquil.
The colorful raincoat of the queen.
克倫波古堡 / Kronborg Castle：
This is where the story Hamlet took place. It was built by King Frederick II from 1574 to 1585.
Somehow I was more interested in a museum-like place on the way to the castle.
After the trip, I accidentally strolled into a building on Ba-der Road one day featuring high-end furniture. On one floor I found two Danish brands: Royal Copenhagen, a ceramic brand and BoConcept, a furniture company. I had a pleasant talk with the clerk working for the latter. It was then that I had a better understanding of the Danish culture.