Two years ago I was in Copenghagen on a short visit. As I wentured out on a walk to see the city, I actually saw a lot more street art than I had expected. A lot of huge murals done by local and international artist. The inner city and especially the two districts of Vesterbro and Nørrebro really has a large collection. Most of them are huge, covering the whole wall of a building. Vesterbro is still the Red Light District, but it also has lots of restaurants and enough ethnic shops to keep you busy for several days. But the murals are amazing!
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