About The Little Mermaid- An Iconic Masterpiece of Copenhagen
The name may say that it is The Little Mermaid of Copenhagen but the aura of this National Symbol of Denmark is simply not small that it fails to prove attention-grabbing for you. The statue is a wonderful creation of Hans Christian Andersen in 1837, but the actual credit of exposing it to public gaze goes to the founder of Carlsberg Breweries. It is less than five feet tall and seems actually much smaller than your expectations. A 10-minute walk from the cruise ship pier is best to reach there and admire the stunning beauty of this Danish Lady sitting comfortably near the shore. The LIttle Mermaid has been an iconic fairy tale for many. As a result, people all over the world still love to remember and talk about the Walt Disneys movie "Little Mermaid" Ariel which was thoroughly based it. By all means it is a tourist delight and its been ages that innumerable sightseers come from different part of the world to see her at least once and really feels for her after knowing her turbulent life and eight vandalism attacks. So, come here spend a day in seeing this 92-year-old bronze sculpture before it shifts to some other place by the government, and buy souvenirs and t-shirts to cherish the memories.