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A Maharishi Tower of Invincibility to be built in the harbour in Copenhagen, Denmark
by Global Good News staff writer
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23 September 2008
Speaking on Maharishi Global Family Chat on 17 September, Raja Bjarne Landsfeldt, Raja of Invincible Denmark for the Global Country of World Peace, showed slides with his presentation on the progress in planning for the Maharishi Tower of Invincibility in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The proposed location of the Tower of Invincibility would be very near to where international cruise ships come into the harbour in Copenhagen and also very close to the famous statue of a mermaid sitting on a rock. The Tower would be seen from far away and from the waterfront just in front of the Royal Palace where the Queen of Denmark resides. The new Copenhagen Opera House is on the same side of the harbour as the Tower would be.
People would arrive at the Tower on harbour tour boats and water taxis; harbour tour boats are the fourth most-visited tourist attraction in all of Denmark. It would also be possible to reach the Invincibility Tower from the land.
The main body of water of the harbour is to the east and north of the proposed site for the Tower. 'The development company of the harbour is very positive about the project,' Raja Bjarne said; the next step is to develop detailed plans and descriptions, and how much land is needed.
Global Good News will feature a second article about Raja Bjarne's report in the coming days.
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