International Cooperation in Copenhagen

Copenhagen — the capital of Denmark, located on the islands of Zealand and Amager. Copenhagen was first mentioned in 1043; in 1167 the castle and fortifications were built. In 1254 received the status of the city and from the first half of the XV century the city becomes a royal residence and capital.

Copenhagen and its surroundings offer a wide range of entertainment, museums, art galleries, restaurants, botanical gardens, wild parks and much more. Famous palace complex Amalienborg, where the residence of the royal family is currently located, in the National Museum of Copenhagen, a large collection of artifacts from the times of the Vikings.

Tivoli Amusement Park was built for King Christian VIII, at one time the beauty of the park inspired Hans Christian Andersen to create his own fairy tales. Now Tivoli — it’s fountains, a lot of flowers, scenes where concerts of folk, jazz and classical music take place, attractions, children’s performances, a myriad of lights, festive fireworks.

One of Europe’s longest pedestrian streets — Stroget — is a great place for a variety of shopping, and for good reason they say, «If you love shopping, you love Copenhagen.»

In the city there is a mass of all sorts of cultural events: it’s the Spring Festival of the Night movie, the Copenhagen carnival, the streets filling with the sounds and movements of the samba, the summer jazz festival.

The most developed industries in Copenhagen, where translation services from English to Russian may be required, are:

• center for financial and other economic operations — bank documentation and nonbank documentation relating to insurance, stock exchange, investments, securities etc.;
• the country’s largest port — translation of transport insurance, international transportation — Custom Cargo Declarations, waybills, packing lists;
• chemical and pharmaceutical — translation of documentation of medical and laboratory equipment production, scientific articles in the field of the latest achievements of medicine;
• enterprises of companies working in the field of biotechnology — translation of texts, articles, dissertations, scientific works and research;
• electronics — scientific and technical translations in drive technology and power electronics, electronic components and circuit engineering.

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