Nyhavn ("new harbour" in Danish) is a picturesque tourist hotspot consisting of a canal bordered by colourful houses with restaurants and cafes everywhere. The Nyhavn canal was constructed by king Christian V between 1670 and 1673 as a gateway from the sea to the old inner city at Kongens Nytorv, where ships handled cargo and fishermens' catch.
01 Nyhavn canal and houses 02 Tourists in Nyhavn 03 Canal with boat 04 Canal with boats
05 Wooden boats on canal at dusk 06 Wooden boats on canal at dusk 07 Wooden boats on canal at dusk 08 Nyhavn hotel
09 Nyhavn hotel 10 Nyhavn hotel 11 Colourful house facade 12 Orange house with restaurant 13 Orange house with restaurant 14 Colourful house facade
15 Restaurant in Nyhavn 16 Colourful house facade 17 Skipperkroen cafe 18 Colourful house facades
19 Colourful house facades 20 Colourful house facades 21 Gate to inner courtyard
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