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Our Baltic Cruiseby Earl Ross
Copenhagen, Denmark - 8th stop

            Before boarding the plane for home we took advantage of a city tour of Copenhagen.

            Denmark fell to the Nazi's after 6 days and the Nazi's occupied Denmark all during the WW II. They have a government that runs the country but also have a Monarch who serves as a figurehead - and the Monarch stayed in their quarters in Denmark all during WW II.

            There is also a 9 mile long bridge which now connects Copenhagen, Denmark with Sweden -- it is very impressive..

            You do not have to drive very far in Denmark before you see large windmills that are used to generate 20% of the necessary electric power in Denmark.

            During the trip we felt fortunate to be able to return to the comfort and food on the ship everynight

View other Baltic Cruise pages:
                Introduction
                Tallin, Estonia - 1st stop
                St. Petersburg, Russia - 2nd stop
                Catherine's Palace, Russia - 3rd stop
Helsinki, Finland - 4th stop
Stockholm, Sweden - 5th stop
Visby, Gotland, Sweden - 6th stop
Warnemunde, Germany - 7th stop
Copenhagen, Denmark - 8th stop
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