Mourning the dead, silently standing tall in the face of adversity

Around 30,000 Danes layered up and went out in the freezing cold to commemorate the victims of Saturday's shootings. (Photo: Hasse Ferrold)

People of all ages and ethnicities gathered to show their support in these times of adversity.(Photo: Michael Hyldgaard Løgtholt)

Huddled together in freezing temperatures, people left flowers and lit torches to honour the victims. (Photo: Michael Hyldgaard Løgtholt)

Crown Prince Frederick looked on as Prime Minister Helle Thørning-Schmidt delivered a moving speech of unity and power. (Photos: Hasse Ferrold)

A policeman carrying a machine gun watches over the safety of the crowd. (Photo: Hasse Ferrold)





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