Rådhuspladsen (City Hall Square) is at the heart of Copenhagen. Here, you'll find the Town Hall and the house of ... More
Rådhuspladsen (City Hall Square) is at the heart of Copenhagen. Here, you'll find the Town Hall and the house of Politiken, where neon signs provide the passers-by with news from all over the world. The Scandic Palace Hotel, outdoor restaurants, newspaper stands and the famous Danish plsevogne (hot dog stands) are all in the vicinity. Rådhuspladsen is an important social meeting point, and a magnificent place to watch the Tivoli fireworks. The square was originally built in the shape of a shell, based on one of the squares in the Italian town of Siena.
The Charlottenborg Palace was constructed in 1672 83 in Dutch Baroque style for Ulrik Frederik Gyldenlve. Queen Dowager Charlotte Amalie
bought the palace in 1700 and gave it its present name. The main building facing Kongens Nytorv was built ...
The University of Copenhagen Botanical Garden (Danish: Botanisk have), usually referred to simply as Copenhagen Botanical Garden, is a botanical
garden located in the center of Copenhagen, Denmark. It covers an area of 10 hectares and is particularly noted ...
The main building of the University of Copenhagen is situated at Frue Plads, close to Strget in the heart of
Copenhagen. The university was founded in 1479, located at that time on the corner of Nrregade and Studiestrde. After ...