On the island of St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands there is a replica in half size of Copenhagen’s statue of The Little Mermaid. It was placed in the town of Charlotte Amalie, by the harbor.
The statue sits near the pier where cruise ships dock, and close to a small shopping center.
The reason the statue is here is the substantial Danish heritage and history on the island. St. Thomas was Danish territory from 1666 until 1917.
You’ll find more information and images on the Charlotte Amalie Mermaid page.
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