A day in Copenhagen – 1928


Commercially produced silent black and white footage is slated as follows: A day in Copenhagen.

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, has a population of about 750,000 against a population of about 3.5 million in the whole country.

Copenhagen, who is situated on the coast of Øresund, “the Riviera of the North,” was founded by Bishop Absalon in the year of A.D. 1157.

We are starting out trip from the very center of Copenhagen, “Vesterbros Passage,” the same place where all the tourist cars are starting. The Copenhagen Terminus. The Liberty Monument. “Tivoli,” the Copenhagen Luna Park. The music hall in Tivoli. The Thorvaldsens Museum containing the tomb of and original statues, busts and reliefs by the world known sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen. The fish market at Gammel Strand.

The Stock Exchange. Vor Frelser Kirke “Our Saviours Church” with the staircase winding outside the 86 meters high tower. The English St. Alban’s Church.

The Gefion Fountain. The Langelinie with the Royal Danish Yacht Club pavilion. The Royal Theatre on Kongens Nytorv. Hotel d’Angleterre – the largest hotel in Copenhagen. The Rosenborg Castle, containing the Danish Kings Chronological Museum. Amalienborg square with the Marmorkike “Marble Church” in the background. The four Rococco palaces which are framing the square are the home of the king and queen and their family. The Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød in the neighbourhood of Copenhagen.