Copenhagen

Porcelain figures were produced from c. 1780. The company declined in the early 19thC but revived when it was taken over by the Alumina Faience Manufactory in 1882. Architect Arnold Krog, appointed artistic director in 1885, introduced a revolutionary new glazing technique which washed the whole of a piece of porcelain with colour as opposed to the …...

Copenhagen

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Copenhagen

[n] - the capital and largest city of Denmark
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Copenhagen

Co`pen·ha'gen noun [ From Copenhagen , Denmark.] 1. A sweetened hot drink of spirit and beaten eggs. 2. A children's game in which one player is inclosed by a circle of others holding a rope.
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Copenhagen

Kobenhavn noun the capital and largest city of Denmark; located on the island of Zealand; `Copenhagen is sometimes called the Paris of the North`
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Copenhagen

• (n.) A sweetened hot drink of spirit and beaten eggs. • (n.) A children`s game in which one player is inclosed by a circle of others holding a rope.
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Copenhagen

capital and largest city of Denmark, seat of København amtskommune (county), eastern Denmark. It is located on the islands of Zealand (Sjælland) and ... [13 related articles]
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Copenhagen

Copenhagen (kō'punhā"gun, –hä"gun) , Dan. København (kö"bunhoun') , city (1992 pop. 464,566; metropolitan area 1,339,395), capital of Denmark and of Copenhagen co., E Denmark, on E Sjælland and N Amager islands and on the Øresund. It is ...
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Copenhagen

Click images to enlargeCapital of Denmark, on the islands of Sjaelland and Amager (the two sections of the city are connected by bridges); population (2003 est) 1,094,400, urban agglomeration 2,335,700. Copenhagen is a Denmark's chief commercial, industrial, and cultural centre and an important commercial, fishing...
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Porcelain figures were produced from c. 1780. The company declined in the early 19thC but revived when it was taken over by the Alumina Faience Manufactory in 1882.
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Copenhagen

[play] Copenhagen is a play by Michael Frayn, based around an event that occurred in Copenhagen in 1941, a meeting between the physicists Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg. It premiered in London in 1998 at the National Theatre, running for more than 300 performances, starring David Burke (Niels Bohr), Sara Kestelman (Margrethe Bohr), and Ma...
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Copenhagen

[horse] Copenhagen (1808– 12 February 1836) was the Duke of Wellington`s war horse, which he most famously rode at the Battle of Waterloo. Copenhagen was of mixed Thoroughbred and Arabian parentage, with his dam being sired by the Epsom Derby winner John Bull and his sire Meteor finishing second in the Derby. Copenhagen was foaled in 1808...
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