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COP15 100 Places To Remember 20091216
Copenhagen

Try to Google "100 places to remember (before they disappear)". 100 photos taken by some of the worlds best photographers - not including me. The panorama is taken hand held, forced by the rain and snow, with only a few days remaining of the COP15 climate conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. But the weather or over-zealous police officers interrupting will not stop the danes, including school children, from satisfying the curiosity. We are close to one of the finest danish hotels, Hotel D'Angleterre, at Kongens Nytorv (literal translation: The Kings New Square), where a number of prime ministers stay - and the security is tight! Do I look like a terrorist?

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