The beautiful Nyhavn Canal in Copenhagen, Denmark. Translated from Danish it means "New Harbour", or "New Port". Colourful homes, restaurants, hotels and storefronts line the canal while ships and sailing boats of all sizes rest gently in the water.
Canal tours are a popular way to see authentic 17th-century buildings. Considered the top spot to see when strolling through Copenhagen, this area has a rich history that only adds to the nightly entertainment and narrow cobblestones streets.
The original was painted using watercolour and India Ink as a commission. A girl sits on the sailboats, pondering life and where she will take it.
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Although I use high-quality paper and inks for the prints, it is recommended to keep them out of direct sunlight and to avoid keeping the print in very high or low temperatures. This will ensure its longevity so you can enjoy it for decades to come.