Friday, Daniel and I met up to eat some dinner before we went out for Copenhagen Culture Night.
Copenhagen Culture Night is an event where a lot of places like museums, attractions, ministries of parliament and other places had events or open house. The event is always a Friday in October and you buy a badge which gives you access to all the places and free public transportations that night.
We had some really good vegan pizza for dinner and after that we went to Amalienborg which is where the Danish royal family live, but there was a long line to get in to the museum at Amalienborg and we didn’t want to wait for that long.
We went to look at two churches, the first one was The Marble Church which is next to Amalienborg and after that we went to the Trinitatis church.
There was a small lecture at my old school about the history of the area where the school is located, it started at 7pm which was why we didn’t had time to wait in line at the palace.
It was fun to see my old school again, even though it is just a bit over a year since I graduated. I saw some of the new class rooms and other new features that they are doing with the renovation.
Later we went to see the Free Masons building, where we had to wait in line for 20 min, but we really wanted to see the place and it was worth the wait. We ended up going to 2 more places before we went home after walking 13km that day.