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The area around Kronprinsensgade has the best of local fashion designers, Bruuns Bazaar and Munthe-plus-Simonsen being among the most distinguished. By Amagertorv is exclusive design-store Illums Bolighus and the flagship-stores of famous Royal Copenhagen porcelain and Georg Jensen silverware. Magasin du Nord on Kongens Nytorv is another gargantuan department store with an excellent food section.
Sights and seats Amagertorv, geographically at the dead centre of town usually features singing and dancing by the somewhat bizarre statue in the middle which can be enjoyed, or booed, from outdoor tables at cafes Europa and Norden. Kongens Nytorv features the Royal Theatre ballet, opera, and plays , the famous hotel D'Angleterre, and the exhibition place for modern art Charlottenborg. Behind Kongens Nytorv is Nikolaj, a church turned exhibition place for international and Danish contemporary art.
Slotsholmen is the very core of a very centralistic Danish state. The semi-artificial island holds not just the parliament, but also everything from the Supreme Court to the royal horses, the Offices of the Prime Minister, The Danish Stock Exchange, Slotskirken, the Museum of Arms, Thorvaldsens museum, the Royal Court Theatre with the adjoining Theatre Museum, the royal brewery of Christian IV, as well the Royal Library including its recent addition, The Black Diamond, arguably the most astonishing new piece of architecture north of Bilbao.
History aside, a Canal Cruise is recommended to take you sliding by the beautiful old houses watching Copenhageners prepare for the sea or just living it easy on the deck of some home-made house-boat. HOLMEN Holmen was closed off to the public until a couple of years ago when film students and architects bordered the then naval base and turned the area into an unique colony for the arts.
At the moment, though, Islands Brygge is still in the making; one wrong turn and you will be walking for hours on end without setting eyes on a human being. Gentrification always had a hard time here as the erotic shops, prostitutes, and junkies refused to leave despite the city's on-going attempts to clean the area and shine up the buildings. Idstedgade still stands as the very idea of human decay gloriously juxtaposed with big hotels and an ever increasing number of students and artists.