Thursday, January 29, 2009

Lonely Planet - COPENHAGEN 18SX!

Warning: 

This posting contains 18SX materials! 
If you are below 18 or may upset you, 
please continue surfing some where else...




City of Copenhagen or København is a major regional centre of culture, business, media and science in Scandinavian. It's 14-minute from Kastrup Copenhagen International Airport. Copenhagen is considered as one of the world's most environmentally friendly cities with the water in the inner harbour being so clean that it can be used for swimming...yeah, and you can see the bottom of the canals clearly!



...a grand and busy central station...

...because Copenhagen is too close to the airport, you can see the airplanes crisscross over its sky... 

Det Kongelige Bibliotek, Danmarks Nationalbibliotek og Københavns Universitetsbibliotek 
(The Royal Library, The National Library of Denmark and Copenhagen University Library)

The Royal Library in Copenhagen (Det Kongelige Bibliotek) is the national library of Denmark and the largest library in Scandinavian keeps all works that have been printed in Denmark since the 17th century and holds nearly all known Danish printed works back to the first Danish book, printed in 1482. The library was founded 1648 by King Frederik III.



...Nyhavn  or New Harbour is a popular area in Copenhagen, Denmark with both locals and tourists. Starting from the memorial anchor at Kongens Nytorv, the street is lined with many bars and restaurants facing out to a picturesque harbour. It is the starting point for various canal tour excursions, and is located near Kongens Nytorv, at one end of Strøget, and near the royal residence, Amalienborg Palace. Nyhavn was built by King Christian V in the 1670s, and is thus the oldest part of Copenhagen harbour. The oldest building still standing is from 1681, at number 9. Hans Christian Andersen, the famous author lived at Nyhavn 18 for some years...



...Amalienborg Palace  is the winter home of the Denmark queen, Margrethe II and Danish royal family. It consists of four identical classicizing palace façades with rococo interiors around an octagonal courtyard and in the center of the square is a monumental equestrian statue of Amalienborg's founder, King Frederik V. Amalienborg was originally built for four noble families; however, when Christiansborg Castle burnt down on 26 February 1794, the royal family bought the palaces and moved in... 



...the statue of King Frederik V facing the Marble church...

...Frederik's Church has the largest church dome in Scandinavia with a span of 31m. The dome rests on 12 columns. The dome was modeled from St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City...





...the 18SX section...




...The statue of The Little Mermaid (Den lille havfrue in Danish) sits on a rock in the Copenhagen harbour at Langelinie and it is a Copenhagen famous icon and a major tourist attraction. The statue was commissioned in 1909 by Carl Jacobsen, son of the founder of Carlsberg, who had been fascinated by a ballet about the fairytale in Copenhagen’s Royal Theatre and asked the ballerina, Ellen Price, to model for the statue. The sculptor Edvard Eriksen created the statue, which was unveiled on 23 August 1913. The statue’s head was modelled after Price, but the sculptor’s wife Eline Eriksen was used for the body because Price did not agreed to pose nude. The Copenhagen City Council are planning to move the statue to Shanghai for the duration of the Expo 2010 - from May to October. This statue has been damaged and defaced many times since the mid-1950s for various reasons, but has each time been restored.  Actually, the original statue is kept at undisclosed location by  the sculptor’s heirs...  


...me no vandalised this little missy mermaid...

...missy mermaid...


and...whoooopppppsssss...






16 comments:

Jumper said...

Still elegent as ever, my dreamgirl, the little mermaid. She stands the test of time and the touch of perverts from all around the world.

[danial][ma] said...

hej! jumper...hehehehehe...hehehehehe...;-)

wahaza extra said...

Danial, stop playing with her T*ts! So that's not the real statue?

[danial][ma] said...

hej! wahaza...whhooopsss...that's not me! i'm a good boy...that's still real but a duplicate...

Ms B said...

Pssst...do u know her cup size? *LOL*

[danial][ma] said...

hej! Ms B...hhhhmmmm...maybe a tea cup...hehehehehe...

mazddaud said...

the beautiful of arts.....hehehehe

Ad said...

classic and sexy...

:)

lynawan said...

no,it should be c cup 'coz a mermaid wears c-shell.
ops,I've turn naughthy

Uncle Lee said...

Hi Ms B, love Copenhagen...anything goes, ha ha. Love the beautiful homes, the canals and the bicycles.

Kong hei fatt choy to you and may you see two moons this year of the Ox. Best regards, Lee.

[danial][ma] said...

hej! mazddadud...yeah, beautifully sculptured...;-)

[danial][ma] said...

hej! Ad...yeah, classic art...and sexy too for a sculpture...

[danial][ma] said...

hej! lynawan...haiyah, you so naughty one...hehehehehe...;-)

[danial][ma] said...

hej! Uncle Lee...yeah, Copenhagen just great like other scandinavian cities and towns...

Faisal Admar said...

the library is humongous! i bet lots of books inside :)

eeeeeeeeeee touching titty!!!!!!

[danial][ma] said...

hej! faisal...yup...hehehehe...not me!

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