|Land area||11 hectares (27 acres)|
|Number of animals||3000+|
|Number of species||264|
|Annual visitors||1,161,388 (2008)|
The Copenhagen Zoo is a zoo in Copenhagen, Denmark. It was built by Niels Kjærbølling in 1859. It is one of the oldest zoos in Europe. 1,161,388 people visited the zoo in 2008. It is the most visited zoo in the world, and the fourth most visited place in Denmark. Its Elephant House was built by Norman Foster.
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