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Cindy Fonvig (1974)

About me
I moved to Copenhagen when I was nineteen, and except for a year in Sweden, I have lived here ever since. Now I am resident of Amager; a part of Copenhagen that is technically an island.

Music on vinyl, going to concerts, large amounts of coffee, airports, books, autumn and exploring my city are some of my favourite things.

I don’t like ants, bell pepper, peas and tequila.

Why Copenhagen?
Copenhagen is old, dating back to the Middle Ages. And though it has unfortunately burned down a few times, leaving very little left from that period of time, it still contains an abundance of renaissance, baroque and rococo-style buildings for the romantic and the historian to enjoy, coexisting beautifully alongside very exciting, cutting-edge new architecture.

This is a city where you’ll see people in suits or high heels ride their bicycles to work. In summer you can swim in the harbour and in winter you can skate on the lakes.

In spite of the fact that Copenhagen has a well-developed coffee culture and a correspondingly high intake of caffeine, it’s a lovely laid-back city.

And though the people of Copenhagen may seem a bit reserved at first, we are actually quite nice.

Where can you find me online?

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