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Copenhagen

My last stop during my trip to Scandinavia was Copenhagen, Denmark. In this travel video I explored the many neighborhoods that make up the city, including hip Norrebro, the historic Inner City, and bohemian Christiania.

filmmaker: TheExpeditioner.com

country: Denmark

channel: arts & culture

rating: PRO

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