- Accordingly with the American magazine Forbes Copenhagen stands as number three of idyllic living places behind Tuscany and Provence, so there is not difficult in finding secret gems in the city. Krusemyntegade is a street in the center of Copenhagen, boasting charming living houses that were built after a cholera epidemic in mid 19 century with the aim to provide hygenic and healthy living conditions to the people of Copenhagen. It's just a very romantic feeling to stroll along the colourful block of houses.
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- Copenhagen, Capital Region of Denmark
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