Sculptures not very famous: …. (18)Copenhagen – Denmark


Sculptures not very famous (18)

I have sought, in several countries, artistic beauties, little known; Here’s what I found for you in:

Copenhagen – Denmark


Statue of a warlike valkyrie, riding a horse and carrying a spear.

Labeled as “SINDING VALKYRIE” and located in a roadside park Copenhagen, Denmark. Made in 1908. Erected 1910 by Norwegian sculptor Stephan Abel Sinding (1846-1922)

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Statue of Peder Griffenfeld à Copenhague

Peder Griffenfeld, (1635 – 1699) is a Danish politician.
. In 1663 he was appointed royal librarian and later became secretary to King Frederick III in 1665.

Author: Jebulon . Source:


Beside City Hall is a statue of Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875) looking toward Tivoli Gardens amusement park across the street. Although he wrote short stories, novels, poems, travelogues, and plays, Andersen is best known for his fairy tales. The quality of those tales was not immediately recognized, however, when the first installment of nine tales (including “The Little Mermaid”) was published in 1835.

Author: Dan Lundberg. Source:


Dragon Fountain, Copenhagen

Author: Daderot . Source:


Memorial sculpture, Copenhagen



A bronze statue of Copenhagen, the first Duke of Wellington’s favourite horse, in Combermere Quad, Wellington College

Wellington College was built in memory of the first Duke of Wellington. It was opened by Queen Victoria in 1859 as an educational institution for the orphan sons of military officers and is now a leading co-educational independent school with over 1000 pupils.

Author: Anguskirk. Source:


Den lille havfrue (the little mermaid), Langlinie, København (Copenhagen), Sjælland (Zealand), Danmark (Denmark).

(The little Mermaid 100 year anniversary, 23 augusti, 2013. Wikipedia; “The Little Mermaid” (Danish: Den lille havfrue, literally: “the little sea lady”) is a very well known fairy tale by the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen about a young mermaid willing to give up her life in the sea and her identity as a mermaid to gain a human soul and the love of a human prince. The tale was first published in 1837 and has been adapted to various media including musical theatre and animated film)

Author: News Oresund. Source:


Statue of Neptune – Copenhagen


Gefion Fountain – Copenhagen

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