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Copenhagen as a City of Immigrants: A City Tour Through Past and Present

Ved professor, dr.phil. Garbi Schmidt, RUC

When you walk the streets of Copenhagen today, signs of migration are everywhere. Copenhagen is a metropolitan and cosmopolitan city, but is the ethnic and cultural diversity of Copenhagen something new? This guided tour will take you through the old ghetto of Copenhagen and introduce you to the lasting impact of Polish seasonal workers, Russian anarchists, French catholic nuns, and Chinese and Muslim artists, who found their way to Copenhagen in a distant past. Professor in Cultural Encounters Garbi Schmidt, who has written extensively about the immigrant history of Denmark, will guide you on this tour.

We will meet at Kongens Nytorv and will walk through the Inner City to Assistens Cemetery in Nørrebro.

The course is in English

Copenhagen as a City of Immigrants: A City Tour Through Past and Present
Lille Brøndstræde set fra Store Brøndstræde mod Vognmagergade, 1900-1945


Hold: 1913

Startdato: lørdag d. 4. maj 2024

Slutdato: lørdag d. 4. maj 2024

Tidspunkt: Kl. 14:15 - 16:00

Varighed: 1 lørdag

Alle undervisningsgange

1. undervisningsgang
lørdag d. 4. maj 2024 Kl. 14:15 - 16:00

Sted: Byvandring, Mødested: Kongens Nytorv, foran Espresso House

Pris: Kr. 240,-

Det maksimale antal der kan tilmeldes er 6


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