BOOKSHELLERS - Wounderful bookstore in the old Train station building in Torup Booktown . The second hand bookshop opens at 14.08 because thats when the train stops at the station. #Torupbooktown is not even a town, more a Village, but have ten tiny #bookstores The smallest is a bookshelf at a farm entrance. #Torupbogby
🇩🇰 Christianshavn. For much of the 20th century a working-class neighbourhood, Christianshavn developed a bohemian reputation in the 1970s and it is now a fashionable, diverse and lively part of the city with its own distinctive personality, with residents tending to see themselves first as Christianshavners and then as Copenhageners. Businessmen, students, artists, hippies and traditional families with children live side-by-side. Administratively, Christianshavn has been part of Indre By since 2007, but it still has its own local council.