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Vrijstad Christiania

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Tips van locals

Alexander
Alexander
March 11, 2020
One of the main tourist attractions of Copenhagen. The old military barracks turned into hippie commune
Michael
Michael
March 1, 2020
Careful what/were you take pictures!!
Søren Quvang
Søren Quvang
February 25, 2020
Epicenter of culture. Christiania is a land of it’s own, seperating itself from EU and the laws that follow, this is a freeminded community which allows people of every kind.
Nathalie
Nathalie
February 25, 2020
Leave pusher street and walk around the lake, that is where the true spirit of the community is.
Kirstine
Kirstine
February 25, 2020
This is a Freetown where all different kinds of people are welcome. The whole community and buildings are protected and it’s a whole different atmosphere and good vibes only. You can buy cannabis and find a nice place to sit by the lake. You can bring food or buy a nice meal and a nice beer in one…

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