The Little Mermaid Overview
One of the most famous tourist places in Copenhagen, the little mermaid is a small statue made of bronze and granite sitting on a rock at the Langelinie promenade. The statue was commissioned by Carl Jacobson and unveiled by a Danish sculptor, Edvard Eriksen in August 1913.

The statue is inspired by the fairytale ‘ little mermaid’ by Hans Christian Andersen and depicts the moment when the mermaid transforms into a human, looking towards the shore and waiting for her prince.

Location: Langelinie, 2100 København Ø, Denmark
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