The cherry blossom avenue in Bispebjerg Cemetery – Copenhagen, DENMARK
It might still be cold, it might still be wet, but the evenings are lengthening and the eternal optimism of spring is in the air. Grandma Sita knows how to enjoy a public holiday in Denmark. Happy long weekend everyone!
👉🌸The cherry blossom avenue in Bispebjerg Cemetery is Copenhagen’s most popular spot to see the sakura 😍 Get your camera ready!
- Location | Google Maps: Copenhagen, Denmark.
- DID YOU KNOW…
The cherry blossom “sakura“, the national flower of Japan, symbolizes clouds in Japanese culture due to the way they bloom all at once. That makes for an incredibly beautiful and sadly short flowering season.
The concept of “hanami” means to enjoy the ephemeral nature of flowers, usually by sitting underneath the trees and/or having a picnic.