Dyrehavsbakken (Bakken) Amusement Park

Dyrehavsbakken (Bakken) Amusement Park

"Dyrehavn" means "Deer Garden" in Danish. That's the name of the big area of forest which used to belong to the royal family, and yes, there are lots of deer there. "Bakken" means "the hill." It is the big amusement park in Klampemborg, just north of Copenhagen, Denmark. Bakken is Europe's oldest amusement park. The old wooden rollercoaster, which I am sure would be illegal in the U.S., will make you understand exactly what that means.

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