Clara in Copenhagen

Clara is a junior journalism major in the Meadows School of the Arts, and the recipient of the Rotunda Award and Outstanding Scholar Award. During spring 2013, she is participating in SMU-in-Copenhagen and is looking forward to exploring Europe.

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My Fairytale City: Part 1

Wouldn’t it be nice to live here? Oh yes, I do get to live here, and for a whole semester! As I was walking home from my first day of class I realized just how lucky I am to be spending this time here in Denmark, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is wonderful to not simply be a tourist, but to really have the chance to experience life here. Everything in Denmark really does look like art, but far from being just a tourist attraction this is a living, breathing place, and I feel lucky to be a part of it!

I haven’t had the chance to take many pictures yet with orientation going on, but here are a couplethat I took on my walk home at night. This is right in the middle of downtown Copenhagen, right outside of my school buildings.

The street right outside of the Danish Institute for Study Abroad in Downtown Copenhagen, Denmark

The street right outside of the Danish Institute for Study Abroad in Downtown Copenhagen, Denmark

A square outside of the DIS buildings in downtown Copenhagen, Denmark

A square outside of the DIS buildings in downtown Copenhagen, Denmark

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