About copenhagen zoo
Copenhagen Zoo is a zoological garden in Copenhagen, Denmark. Founded in 1859, it is one of the oldest zoos in Europe and is a member of EAZA. It comprises 11 hectares and is located in the municipality of Frederiksberg, sandwiched between the parks of Frederiksberg Gardens and Søndermarken. With 1,571,331 visitors in 2019 it is the most visited zoo and one of the most visited attractions in Denmark. The zoo is noted for its new Elephant House designed by British architect Sir Norman Foster. The zoo maintains and promotes a number of European breeding programmes.

Copenhagen zoo

white and black panda on brown wooden fence during daytime
white and black panda on brown wooden fence during daytime
two white ferrets
two white ferrets
boy feeding brown deers during daytime
boy feeding brown deers during daytime
white and black house with clear full-glass window
white and black house with clear full-glass window
assorted-color buildings near red boat docked on port during daytime
assorted-color buildings near red boat docked on port during daytime
white and blue church across white clouds
white and blue church across white clouds
person on window looking at bicycles during daytime
person on window looking at bicycles during daytime
low angle photography of high-rise building
low angle photography of high-rise building
low angle photograph of yellow building
low angle photograph of yellow building
brown monkey on brown rope during daytime
brown monkey on brown rope during daytime
brown bear and baby bear on gray concrete wall during daytime
brown bear and baby bear on gray concrete wall during daytime
boy feeding a animal during daytime
boy feeding a animal during daytime
brown giraffe standing on green grass during daytime
brown giraffe standing on green grass during daytime