What Is The National Monument of Denmark?
Denmark has many national monuments. Inhabited since 12,500 B.C., Denmark is a land of Viking mounds and medieval castles. The capital Copenhagen revels in its architectural splendor. Some Most Famous Danish Attractions:
1. Tivoli Gardens:- Copenhagen’s Tivoli Gardens is the second oldest amusement park in the world, and you will get the sense of a fairy-tale-like atmosphere the minute you enter the gates.
2. Roskilde Cathedral:- Roskilde Cathedral is one of the earliest Gothic cathedrals to be built entirely of brick. Sitting on the isle of Zealand overlooking the nearby fjord, Roskilde is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
3. Kronborg Castle:- Kronborg Castle may be most famous as the setting of “Hamlet,” where it is known as Elsinore. Built in 1574, Kronborg sits on the small strait of water known as the Sund, which separates Denmark from Sweden.