So they closed the borders of Christiania, the "paradise

The community in Copenhagen is closed to tourists because its residents need to "think about their future."

A sign where it says "Do Not Disturb" remains hung on a fence, in the Free State of Christiania, the urban complex in the center of Copenhagen by the hippie movement founded in 1971 and houses a large anarchist commune.

The community remains closed to tourists, as well as shops, restaurants and cultural attractions, from Monday until February 2, after residents point out that they need to "think about their future."

The free state of Christiania is a self-governed by its 850 residents covering an area of 34 hectares in the district of Christianshavn in Copenhagen, Denmark neighborhood, and established the status of a quasi-legal community of neighbors who proclaims independent state.