little mermaid (Denmark)

little mermaid (Denmark)

The statue of the Little Sea Girl (Danca: Den lille havfrue) is sitting on a stone in the port of Langelinie in Copenhagen. The statue is the symbol of Denmark’s capital city Copenhagen.

The sculpture of the Little Sea Girl is found in Copenhagen. In 1909, Carl Jacobsen, the son of the founder of Carlsberg, laid the foundations of the statue. The sculpture is only 1.25 meters long and weighs 175 kg and is undergoing tourist flow.

In 2004, the statue burka (black sheets) are wearing were protesting Turkey’s European Union candidacy.
The assassins made to Little Deniz Girls
18 April 1963: painted over
April 24, 1964: head cut is found. The original head never appeared, and a new head was made in Deniz Kizi.
July 17, 1976: paint on top
July 22, 1984: Right arm is cut. The next day the arm is delivered by the criminals.
August 5, 1990: The head is being cut, with a cut of 18 cm in length.
January 6, 1998: the head is cut again. Anonymously delivered again.
June 1, 2003: white paint was spilled on it.
September 11, 2003: It was removed from the stone on which it rested.
May 15, 2007: Red paint was put on his head by Christianites.