Copenhagen, a city known for its people-centric architecture with a focus on function, art and design, is the World Capital of Architecture for 2023

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Danske Bank is a Danish multinational banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Copenhagen.

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Tietgenkollegiet(The Tietgen Residence Hall) is a student residence located in the Orestad district of Copenhagen, Denmark.

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nyboder is a historic row house district of former naval barracks and popular tourist attraction in Copenhagen

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The Circle Bridge, designed by Olafur Eliasson, is a bicycle and pedestrian bridge that spans the south mount of the Christianshavn canal in central Copenhagen,

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Public parks in the Vesterbro district of Copenhagen, Denmark, which are being transformed to meet the city's current and future

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Danish climbers Mikael Horth and Mikael Frederiksen are on the 85-meter long climbing wall of Copenheil at the outdoor structure of Copenheil

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Designed by the Bjarke ingels group, the first urben rigger was placed on the waterfront of the Copenhagen island

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Today it functions as a community with more than 100 residents living in 72. Floating apartment. Floating architecture is an alternative

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Overcrowding, sea level rise and lack of available and affordable housing.

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Kalvebod Fald, also known as Vestemager, takes up about a quarter of the island of Amager near Copenhagen

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People ski down the artificial ski hill Otudu's structure Copenhagen, 6 December 2020 Copenhagen.

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Copenhill is an urban mountain perched atop a state-of-the-art waste-to-energy plant.

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Grundtvig's Church in the Bispebjörg district of Copenhagen is an example of Expressionist Kruch architecture.

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The structure includes a ski hill, a hiking track and climbing wall

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