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Copenhagen Jazz Festival in the Kongens Have - Children's day

Kongens Have (King´s Garden ). Once a monastery garden, then a Baroque garden, Kongens Have is today also a place for many open air concerts or carnivals.

Rosenborg Castle Gardens (commonly referred to as the King's Gardens) are the country's oldest royal gardens and were established in the Renaissance style by Christian IV in the early 1600s. Today the gardens are a popular retreat in the centre of Copenhagen, and are visited by an estimated 2.5 million people per year. The gardens are home to a large herbaceous border, a rose-garden and a multitude of different-sized sculptures. In 2001 the garden acquired a new attraction, the symmetrical Renaissance garden Krumspringet, while for the amusement of children there is an artistic adventure playground which opened in 1998. In the summer season the gardens are the setting for various musical and theatrical events, including a puppet theatre for children. (Source: visitcopenhagen)

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