The city hall was built in 1905 by architect Martin Newarp. Its architecture combines the Renaissance style of ancient Denmark and Italy. The gold-plated statue above the main entrance of the City Hall is the founder of Copenhagen, Archbishop Abu Salon. On the left of the main entrance of the city hall, there is a statue of Andersen, the great Danish fairy tale writer. Climbing the 110-metre-high bell tower in the square, you can see the whole city of Copenhagen. Above the gate of the bell tower, one can see the famous "world clock". The clock has 13 sets of mechanical devices running at the same time, showing the global time and various astronomical time. Many of Denmark's major events are held in City Hall Square. We come here mainly to look at the statues of Andersen. City Hall Square is full of activity and excitement. The road ahead of the square is full of traffic. It feels like this is probably the most popular place in Copenhagen.
Copenhagen is very small. It is suggested that netizens travel on foot, not only to see more beautiful and beautiful scenery than big scenic spots, but also to deeply experience the humanities, customs and customs of Copenhagen. The Copenhagen people are very few, the people are very quiet after birth, happiness is overflowing in the face. You can see a lot of people reading in the park, listening to music, drinking in the bar, entertainers'casual performances, a little praise, but also envy.
Copenhagen City Hall is located at the entrance of the pedestrian street, across the road from TIVOLI Paradise. The building is magnificent and the astronomical clock on it is said to have the smallest error. The first time I went there, there was snow in front of the city hall. It was a different view! And then in Copenhagen for five days, every day through here, every day tourists from different countries come to visit here.
The city hall is open to the outside world and can be visited free of charge. There are Danish hot dogs on the square of the city hall. You can buy one and taste it. There is a pedestrian street beside it. There are some small shops to visit. On the other side of the city hall is the statue of Andersen.
Located in downtown Copenhagen, where the City Council and mayor's office are located. It has ornate facades, a gold-plated statue of Absalom above the balcony and a slender bell tower, 105.6 meters high, one of the tallest buildings in Copenhagen. Up to the bell tower over 100 meters high, you can have a view of the whole city of Copenhagen.
Copenhagen City Hall is located in the spacious and bright city hall square in the center of the city. The building is magnificent and magnificent. The tower on the right is 105.6 meters high. On the right side of the tower is the Scandic Palace Hotel and the S-shaped Copper (Pirate Trombone) sculpture tower. Above the front balcony of the building is a relief of the Archbishop (and statesman) of Absalon. The bronze statue of Andersen was sitting on the sidewalk on the left-hand side of the City Hall.
It feels like all the city halls in Nordic countries are open to the outside world. They are both offices and tourist attractions. Today, in Copenhagen City Hall, I moved from the first floor to the fifth floor. I also met several public officials who came out of the office and smiled and nodded to me. They saw their office from the hidden door. It seemed that the presence of tourists had no effect on them.