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Copenhagen pics like you've never seen them

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Copenhagen pics like you've never seen them
Admiral Niels Juhl turned in to a dog trainer. Photo: Paperboyo/Instagram
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An photographer user armed with paper cutouts has created some of the most creative pics of world landmarks we've ever seen and was recently in Copenhagen. Take a closer look.
Instagram user Rich McCor's photos using paper cutouts to show another side of some of the world's most famous landmarks have gone viral, with stories highlighting his work in major publications all around the world. 
 
And with good reason.
 
His feed includes creative pics from cities like Amsterdam and London, and of course he also paid a visit to Copenhagen. 
 
McCor was in the Danish capital two weeks ago as part of his world tour. See some of his Copenhagen pics below and don't forget to join his 55,000 followers here on Instagram for more of the same. McCor is currently posting photos from Paris and his next stop is Malta.
 
 

A photo posted by Rich McCor (@paperboyo) on

An alien landing on the newly-opened Circle Bridge

 

A photo posted by Rich McCor (@paperboyo) on

Calligraphy in the sky at Our Church of the Saviour. 

 

A photo posted by Rich McCor (@paperboyo) on

Of course, no trip to Copenhagen would be complete without a shot of the Little Mermaid, even if we are a little paranoid about showing her

 

A photo posted by Rich McCor (@paperboyo) on

McCor wrote that "Copenhagen is bicycle & coffee crazy." We're all crazy about his photos, so be sure you check them out on Instagram

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