The period 1800-2016 - HC Andersen's Copenhagen
Copenhagen is a cultural centre, with Hans Christian Andersen striving to be recognised. The city is growing. The gates and the ramparts of the city are demolished. In this period democracy is introduced in Denmark and Copenhagen. Denmark is engaged in conflicts with big powers in Europe - Britain and Germany.
From Højbro Plads the tour goes through the quarter around Nikolaj Plads, where H.C. Andersen lived as a young man. We then walk by Christiansborg, home of the national democracy. We walk trough Rådhusstræde and pass the city court and former City Hall. We continue through Nørregade with the Cathedral of Our Lady. We walk through Studiestræde to Vester Voldgade. From here we can look towards Dagmarhus, the German headquarters during the occupation of Denmark. The tour ends at the statue of Hans Christian Andersen next to the City Hall.
The tour departs from Højbro Plads at the Absalon statue every Saturday at 10 am in August and September.