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Rosenborg and Rundetårn

3i are in full swing learning about King Christian the 4th

… and that’s why we went on a trip into inner Copenhagen. We went to the Round Tower, Rundetårn, where we could look out over the whole city. Afterwards, we went to Rosenborg Castle in the King’s Garden. The children got the chance to lift the tongue of the lion that guards the castle. It is said that the king used to leave his key under its tongue. We also witnessed the changing of the guard in front of the castle. We ate lunch in the lovely gardens and saw the tree that is said to have inspired Hans Christian Andersen to write The Tinderbox. A fantastic day with warm weather!

Foto: Pia Vinter Petersen