Day 6, we went to Freetown Christiania. The most unique thing of this place was that it is a freetown. It locates at the heart of Copenhegan. It is a small self-proclaimed autonomous neighbourhood that have their own rules; independent from the government. It is the only place is Denmark which weed trade is legal. No pictures are allowed once you entered, so all my pictures were taken in the ‘picture-allowed’ area. This is probably one of the most interesting place I have been.
The next place we went to was the Christiansbory Palace. It was divided into 3 parts, ruins under the palace, the stable and the royal reception rooms. Those rooms are still in used for offical functions and the top part of the Palace is the office of the current Prime minister.