Christiania Reporter Bob Garfield visits the "free city" of Christiania in Denmark...an enclave of squatters who set up housekeeping in an abandoned Army installation in the midst of Copenhagen. The city was established twenty-five years ago today, and we'll find out how this small "city-within-a-city," designed to be free of rents, taxes, and drug laws, has endured...and how it has changed.
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Reporter Bob Garfield visits the "free city" of Christiania in Denmark...an enclave of squatters who set up housekeeping in an abandoned Army installation in the midst of Copenhagen. The city was established twenty-five years ago today, and we'll find out how this small "city-within-a-city," designed to be free of rents, taxes, and drug laws, has endured...and how it has changed.