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For many visitors to the capital city of Denmark, the first sights are those of the island of Amager, home to Copenhagen airport and the entrance to Drogden tunnel which, together with the famous Øresund bridge, links Denmark to the Scandinavian peninsula. While many visitors quickly move on to the city centre, located on the island of Sjælland, Amager offers several places of interest to tourists and locals alike. Between former industrial site Refshaleøen, currently attracting hip young crowds with street food venues and music festivals, and Kalvebod Fælled, formerly seabed, now a large wetland which serves as a pit stop and nesting ground for a big number of migratory bird species, Amager can be seen as a Denmark in miniature, hosting both a traditional, fishing town of Dragør and contemporary urban architecture in Islands Brygge, welcoming both beachgoing party crowds and solitude-seeking fishermen. Amager Fælled, a swampy grove just a stone’s throw from central Copenhagen provides good insight to the flora of the island, characteristic also to the other parts of the country, with the emblematic rose, hawthorn and blackberry bushes offering fruit to both foragers and the wildlife during dark, windy winter months.