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    copenhagen

  • The capital and chief port of Denmark, a city that occupies the eastern part of Zealand and northern part of the island of Amager; pop. 466,700
  • Kobenhavns Amt is a former county (Danish, amt) on the island of Zealand (Sj?lland) in eastern Denmark. It covered the municipalities in the metropolitan Copenhagen area, with the exception of Copenhagen and Frederiksberg.
  • the capital and largest city of Denmark; located on the island of Zealand; “Copenhagen is sometimes called the Paris of the North”
  • Copenhagen is a live album by Galaxie 500. It was recorded on December 1, 1990, the final date of their last European tour.

    furniture

  • A person’s habitual attitude, outlook, and way of thinking
  • Small accessories or fittings for a particular use or piece of equipment
  • Furniture is the mass noun for the movable objects (‘mobile’ in Latin languages) intended to support various human activities such as seating and sleeping in beds, to hold objects at a convenient height for work using horizontal surfaces above the ground, or to store things.
  • Furniture + 2 is the most recent EP released by American post-hardcore band Fugazi. It was recorded in January and February 2001, the same time that the band was recording their last album, The Argument, and released in October 2001 on 7″ and on CD.
  • furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy; “they had too much furniture for the small apartment”; “there was only one piece of furniture in the room”
  • Large movable equipment, such as tables and chairs, used to make a house, office, or other space suitable for living or working

    austin

  • The capital of Texas; pop. 656,562. First settled by Anglo-Americans in 1835 (a year before Texas gained independence from Mexico), it was named Waterloo until 1839, when it was renamed to honor Stephen F. Austin
  • A city in southeastern Minnesota, noted for its meatpacking industry; pop. 21,907
  • state capital of Texas on the Colorado River; site of the University of Texas
  • The Austin was a brass era American automobile manufactured in Grand Rapids, Michigan from 1901 to 1921. The company, founded by James E.
  • The Austin Amtrak station is located in the former station of the Missouri Pacific Railroad, just west of downtown Austin, Texas, United States. The station is served by Amtrak’s Texas Eagle route, extending north to Chicago and west to Los Angeles.
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Copenhagen
Copenhagen
The Tony Award—winning play that soars at the intersection of science and art, Copenhagen is an explosive re-imagining of the mysterious wartime meeting between two Nobel laureates to discuss the atomic bomb.

In 1941 the German physicist Werner Heisenberg made a clandestine trip to Copenhagen to see his Danish counterpart and friend Niels Bohr. Their work together on quantum mechanics and the uncertainty principle had revolutionized atomic physics. But now the world had changed and the two men were on opposite sides in a world war. Why Heisenberg went to Copenhagen and what he wanted to say to Bohr are questions that have vexed historians ever since. In Michael Frayn’s ambitious, fiercely intelligent, and daring new play Heisenberg and Bohr meet once again to discuss the intricacies of physics and to ponder the metaphysical—the very essence of human motivation.

From the Trade Paperback edition.

For most people, the principles of nuclear physics are not only incomprehensible but inhuman. The popular image of the men who made the bomb is of dispassionate intellects who number-crunched their way towards a weapon whose devastating power they could not even imagine. But in his Tony Award-winning play Copenhagen, Michael Frayn shows us that these men were passionate, philosophical, and all too human, even though one of the three historical figures in his drama, Werner Heisenberg, was the head of the Nazis’ effort to develop a nuclear weapon. The play’s other two characters, the Danish physicist Niels Bohr and his wife, Margrethe, are involved with Heisenberg in an after-death analysis of an actual meeting that has long puzzled historians. In 1941, the German scientist visited Bohr, his old mentor and long-time friend, in Copenhagen. After a brief discussion in the Bohrs’ home, the two men went for a short walk. What they discussed on that walk, and its implications for both scientists, have long been a mystery, even though both scientists gave (conflicting) accounts in later years.
Frayn’s cunning conceit is to use the scientific underpinnings of atomic physics, from Schrodinger’s famous cat to the Heisenberg uncertainty principle, to explore how an individual’s point of view renders attempts to discover the ultimate truth of any human interaction fundamentally impossible. To Margrethe, Heisenberg was always an untrustworthy student, eager to steal from her husband’s knowledge. To Bohr, Heisenberg was a brilliant if irresponsible foster son, whose lack of moral compass was part of his genius. As for Heisenberg, the man who could have built the bomb but somehow failed to, his dilemma is at the heart of the play’s conflict. Frayn’s clever dramatic structure, which returns repeatedly to particular scenes from different points of view, allows several possible theories as to what his motives could have been. This isn’t the first play to successfully merge the worlds of science and theater (one is inevitably reminded of Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia and Hapgood), but it’s certainly one of the most dramatically successful. –John Longenbaugh

The Tony Award—winning play that soars at the intersection of science and art, Copenhagen is an explosive re-imagining of the mysterious wartime meeting between two Nobel laureates to discuss the atomic bomb.

In 1941 the German physicist Werner Heisenberg made a clandestine trip to Copenhagen to see his Danish counterpart and friend Niels Bohr. Their work together on quantum mechanics and the uncertainty principle had revolutionized atomic physics. But now the world had changed and the two men were on opposite sides in a world war. Why Heisenberg went to Copenhagen and what he wanted to say to Bohr are questions that have vexed historians ever since. In Michael Frayn’s ambitious, fiercely intelligent, and daring new play Heisenberg and Bohr meet once again to discuss the intricacies of physics and to ponder the metaphysical—the very essence of human motivation.

From the Trade Paperback edition.

Central Copenhagen

Central Copenhagen
View from the top of Church of Our Saviour spire, Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen (10)

Copenhagen (10)
View from Rundetarn over Copenhagen, Denmark.
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copenhagen furniture austin

Time Out Copenhagen (Time Out Guides)
Copenhagen has much more to offer beyond the Little Mermaid, the statue most closely identified with the capital of the Danish empire. In the last decade, Copenhagen has transformed itself into one of Europe’s top tourist destinations, with over a million guests visiting annually. It is easy to navigate town for tourists, from its many cobbled squares and narrow streets, to Stroget, the world’s largest pedestrian street for shoppers. Time Out Copenhagen includes dining tips, from the most elegant to the most well-known, and a complete overview of the restaurants that change from daily cafes to clubs at night. Travelers will also find where to shop for edgy Danish fashion and home goods, as well as the best flea markets. Day-trips to Malmo (Sweden) and the Danish Riviera, home of the famed Louisiana Museum of Art are also included.

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