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Copenhagen this season

COPENHAGEN LIGHT FESTIVAL: FEBRUARY 1 - 24
The darkness of February will once again be lit up by beautiful light installations all over the city. The lights will be placed at the harbor and city spaces all the way from Nordhavn to Ørestad. The installations will light up beautiful old buildings, architectural squares and city canals.
Experience the installations on your own or join one of the guided tours.

WINTER JAZZ: FEBRUARY 1 – 24
Spend your February listening to jazz with this celebration of jazz. The celebrations takes place at venues all over Copenhagen and present both local and international musicians. The event also presents both big concerts with orchestra at Copenhagen’s biggest venues and intimate concerts at smaller venues.
Some of the concerts are free, others you have to buy a ticket for.

WINTER IN TIVOLI GARDENS: FEBRUARY 1 - 24
Come to Tivoli Gardens in Winter and see how the garden has been transformed into a beautiful winter wonderland with snow, lights and ice skating. Tivoli has also arranged activities for the children, including winter workshops with creative activities, igloos and visit from Rasmus Klump and Flora. The rides in the garden are also open and you can also enjoy tasty treats from the different restaurants.

SMK PRESENTS SONJA FERLOV MANTOBA: FEBRUARY 9 - MAY 5
National Gallery of Denmark presents Danish modernist Sonja Ferlov Mantoba. She was uncompromising, intensely self-critical and lived most of her life in poverty, but her message of community continues to inspire today. This spring’s major exhibition at SMK,  Sonja Ferlov Mancoba, focuses on one of the most important Danish artists of the modern age.

THE RUINS UNDER CHRISTIANSBORG PALACE
Christiansborg Palace is built on the ruins of an 800-year-old castle, which is open to the public. Visit the two ruins, that each tell an important part of Danish history. The oldest and biggest ruin is the curtain wall from Bishop Absalon’s 12th century castle and was used to protect the castle from pirates. The other ruin is the old fabled Blåtårn, Blue Tower, the biggest tower at Copenhagen Castle. The most famous prisoner was Christian IV’s favourite daughter, Leonora Christina. She was locked up in the tower for almost 22 years.