- 3 hours
Introduction to Copenhagen Tour
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Mathilde has an MA in design from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Her interest within design is what it can tell us about the broader culture and changes in society. She sees design as a field that lays between function and aesthetics, that can show us what our ideals of ‘the good life’ are. Mathilde has lived in Copenhagen for the last 8 years, she has studied design at schools in Copenhagen, Eindhoven (Holland) and Kolding (Denmark). From these experiences gained a wide knowledge of different approaches to design. She has worked with children ranging from ages 2 to 15 years and has from this, and her own family life, solid experience in how to create truly engaging communication.
Charlotte specializes in Jewish tours in Copenhagen, telling the dramatic and inspiring story of the Danish Jews. Whilst guiding, she shares her personal family stories about survival, prosperity, and catastrophes. She has a Bachelor degree in tourism from Roskilde University and is vice president of the Zionist federation in Denmark.
Pernille was born and raised in Copenhagen and has lived there for most of her life. She has a degree in Literature and Music from the University of Copenhagen and is a doctoral candidate in English Literature at the University of Glasgow, where she has taught over the past three years. With Copenhagen being her hometown, Pernille knows the city’s nooks and crannies and can give you a personal introduction to its history and culture.
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