COPENHAGEN, Denmark (NBC/EBU) - Witches, scarecrows and thousands of pumpkins have taken over an amusement park and gardens in Copenhagen.
Tivoli Gardens has been dressed up for Halloween.
There are activities for children during the daytime. But at night, shining jack-o-lanterns help guide guests through the park grounds.
Local media said Tivoli Gardens was hosting 19,000 pumpkins of all sizes.
Visitors can try their hands at pumpkin carving and watch shows and parades.
The Halloween display will last through Sunday.
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