英语短文带翻译：Spotlight on Copenhagen美不胜收的哥本哈根（双语阅读）
Once the earth is under your feet again (you'll enjoy the feeling), cross the nearest bridge to Castle Island. The curious yet majestic-looking spire ahead tops the oldest stock exchange in Europe, built in 1619. Its spire is formed from the entwined tails of three dragons. They represent Denmark, Sweden and Norway.
Keep going, to the Christians borg Palace. The town of Copenhagen began here. Stop and visit medieval castle.Parliament and the Royal Reception Chambers are open,too. Then continue to Nyhavn, a narrow waterway dug by soldiers in 1673. You'll understand why Hans Christian Andersen made this charming waterway his home. A specially-built mirror outside his apartment window allowed him to peek unseen at the world outside.
继续往前，走到基斯汀堡。哥本哈根源自此处。停下来游览这个中世纪的古堡。议院和皇家接待室也同样开放，然后继续往尼哈芬走去，它是1673年由士兵挖成的狭窄水道。你会明白为什么Hans Christian Andersen把这个迷人的水道当成自己的家。通过公寓窗外的一面特制的镜子，他能够看到外面的世界而又不被人发现。
Nyhavn is peaceful, an ideal place for lingering and people-watching. You'll usually see them dressed casually,though they are among Europe's rich people. Danes are taught not to stand out in a crowd. But they do know how to party, especially during holidays.
To see them having fun, and to have some fun yourself,cross Andersens Boulevard and enter Tivoli Gardens. You won't be alone. More than five million people a year come here. They come to dance, dine, take in outdoor and indoor concerts, see ballets and laugh at the comedy. One rip:Bring a lot of money. About 20 restaurants are among the city's most expensive. Even without money, you can still enjoy the proud old trees, the colored night lights and the beautiful gardens. You might feel as if you are in a fairy tale.