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Littlemermaid
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Taken around the Little Mermaid Statue in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The Little Mermaid statue was a present from brewer Carl Jacobsen (The Carlsberg Breweries) to the city of Copenhagen, made by a then little known sculptor called Edvard Erichsen.

It symbolizes the fairy tale by Danish author and poet Hans Christian Andersen, the story of a young mermaid who fell in love with a prince who lived on land, and often came up to the edge of the water to look for her love.

Copyright: Christian del rosario
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7194x3597
送信日: 12/08/2009
更新日: 19/09/2014
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Tags: little mermaid; copenhagen; denmark; national symbol; statue
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