DrFumblefinger visits the "Marble Church" in Frederiksstaden. It's best known for its dome and rounded architecture.
A long-planned road and rail connection under the Fehmarn Strait to link Germany and Denmark gets a court OK.
Copenhagen reacts to the usual complaint of cities about the popular scooters: too fast, too many, too dangerous.
DrFumblefinger visits the Protestant Reformation Memorial in Copenhagen, commemorating the 400th anniversary of Denmark's move from Catholicism to the teaching of Martin Luther.
DrFumblefinger enjoys the historic 17th century storefront of the Royal Copenhagen shop in central Copenhagen.
DrFumblefinger makes a stop outside the main building of the University of Copenhagen, where busts of the more famous professors are displayed.
DrFumblefinger came across this Memorial and Monument somewhat unexpectedly when exploring the older areas of Copenhagen.
DrFumblefinger visits the somewhat hard to find Grey Friar's Square, not far from Copenhagen's old university.
DrFumblefinger visits Copenhagen's Cathedral, site of Royal Weddings and Coronations.
DrFumblefinger first encountered lurs—a type of ancient bronze horn—when he saw this statue of two lur players in Copenhagen City Hall Square.
Danish health authorities say that coronavirus worries shouldn't get in the way of sex.
A visit to the beautiful and historic King's Garden. Built in the 17th century by King Christian IV, it is a popular summertime destination in Copenhagen.
DrFumblefinger visits Christiania, a hippie commune in Copenhagen. If nothing else, the street art is terrific.
Denmark, officially the world's second-happiest country, will soon have a Museum of Happiness.
Mike Jensen provides some interesting and not often considered summer travel destinations you should consider when visiting Denmark.