Tuesday, September 21, 2010

A Lot of Foot Traffic That Passes Through The End of Kobmagergade at Amagertorv in Copenhagen

Prisbillig — that's the Danish word for cheap. Unfortunately, it's a word seldom heard in this Nordic city. One culprit is the powerful krone (or weak dollar). Another is the city's skyrocketing style quotient. An explosion of high-end hangouts and high-style buildings by name-brand architects — including Daniel Libeskind, Jean Nouvel, Zaha Hadid, Henning Larsen and Norman Foster — have helped make the Danish capital one of the planet's 10 most expensive cities.

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