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The Czech police website has a good overview of the current legal situation, albeit only in Czech. Selling marijuana for whatever amount of money or services is a criminal offence, punishable for one to five years in prison: § 187 Nedovolená výroba a držení omamných a psychotropních látek a jedů (1) Kdo neoprávněně vyrobí, doveze, vyveze, ...


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I visited Christiana last year and took one of the tours with a local resident (I can recommend the tour by the way). The rules on the sign in question applies specifically to the "Green Light District," also known as the immediate area around "Pusher Street," where drugs are sold. There are a number of prominent "No Photos" signs at the entrances to this ...


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In the green light district there are 3 rules set by the community. Two of them seem strange and unusual, so they are given explanations. Have fun - no explanation needed. No running - explanation: because it causes panic. No photography - explanation: because buying and selling hash is still illegal. (implied: and you may accidentally catch a deal on ...


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Your translation is incorrect- the German text says the same. It would be clearer if the dash after photographing would not be missing, but that is a minor error.


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My understanding is that the real taboo of taking photos of anything related to drug dealing: vendors, customers, drugs, shops. While the act of taking a photo is not "illegal" according to Danish law, Christiania is famously self-governing. There is serious potential to upset people who do not want themselves or their (illegal) dealings to be recorded (...



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