So Copenhagen means harbour of mansions and this is a fairly apt description, though I'd also say the harbour of statues and palaces too.
We walked from the ship and started at some modern sculptures.
This lady was well ahead of her time and worked to support the widows and orphans of sailors lost at sea.
Also along this area you can clearly see the old fortress - still used today by the military.
We turned away from the water front to find more statues. This one of a woman who was told she could keep the amount if land she could till in one night, so she turned her four sons into oxen to ensure it would be a good sized plot. (Perhaps the inspiration for Hans Christian Anderson who's tales were often very somber.
were lucky enough to see the changing of the guards again.
And these are pics of the national theatre. Construction meant we couldn't get clear shots of the front.
This is the stock exchange.
It was a very big three hours and we were pleased to be heading back to the ship in a shuttle bus which passed close to the National Museum.