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The statues of Hans Christian Andersen was one of the first Talking Statues in the world it was made public in 2013

Talking Statues Revitalize History 

Thanks to 

University of Copenhagen The Natural History Museum
The Agency for Palaces and Cultural Properties The Royal Theater
City of Copenhagen Defence Command Denmark
The Danish Agency for Culture 

1 - H. C. Andersen (1805-1875)                                     
2 - Priest NFS Grundtvig (1783-1872)
​3 - Philosopher Søren Kierkegaard (1813-1855)
​4- Ludvig Holberg (1684-1754)
5 - Poet Adam Oehlenschläger (1779-1850)
6 - King Frederik V.(1723-1766)
7 - ​King Christian 4.(1577-1648)
8 - Astronomer Tycho Brahe (1546-1601)
9 - Poet H.C.Andersen (1805-1875)
10 - Physicist H.C. Ørsted(1777-1851)
11 - Visit the Round Tower                                                                                                           

City Town Hall
Vartov Yard
Royal Liberary Garden
The Royal Theater
The Royal Theater
Amalienborg Palace Square
Øster Voldgade
Copenhagen Observatorium
​Kings Garden
Ørsteds parken

Map of Copenhagen

The Team 

Our team is highly skilled and have years of experience in the film business and in work with culture and history:

Peter Heede, Sound Dubbing

Jens Peter Munk, Historical Cunsultant

Jonathan Krappenhøft, APP Engineer 

Jesper Stuhr, QR Code Enigineer

Monica C. Madsen, Journalist

Jens-Jacob Thygesen, Actor

Carsten Rudolf, Scriptwriter

Annegrethe Uldall, Historical Consultant

Matilde Lunderskov, PA

David Peter Fox Producer


 Talking Statues started in Copenhagen in 2013 by documentary filmmaker David Peter Fox from Bertha Media. While taking his children through the King’s Garden, Fox was fascinated by the stories behind the statues, and he tried to think of a way to best communicate this to the public. His original idea was to make small films about each statue but then decided the statues should tell their own stories. In September 2013 Talking Statues debuted its first talking statue of fairytale writer Hans Christian Andersen in Copenhagen’s King’s Garden. It was a huge success, and the project expanded to cities such as Helsinki, London, San Diego, Berlin, and Chicago.

The project Talking statues, which started in Copenhagen today gives the opportunity to some of the most prestigious cultural figures from Copenhagen, Helsinki, London, and Chicago a chance to tell their own history to the passersby.  With the new modern mobile technique, there is a completely unique opportunity for a new form of dissemination of our heritage in urban space through spectacular live demonstrations around the world: The statues come alive and tell their own stories with accurate human voice. In other words, Copenhagen statues and statues around the world are engaged in the new fantasy of the 21st-century mind and imagination, namely, to make possible the impossible through the latest technology!