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The Amusement Park "Bakken"
Copenhagen

"Bakken" or "Dyrehavsbakken" (The Deer Park Hill) north of Copenhagen is one of the oldest amusement park in the world  - with many different kinds of activities and cosy restaurants. From the center of Copenhagen you can go there by S-train (or Øresundstoget) to Klampenborg Station. From where you can walk or take a horse and carriage through the beautiful forest, Dyrehaven.

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Tags: amusement park; dyrehaven; bakken; klampenborg; copenhagen; denmark
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