City Hall Square is the traffic network center of Copenhagen. It has a starting point of 0 kilometers. It means that all distances from Copenhagen are measured from here. City Hall Square is also Copenhagen's oldest commercial market, with a history of 800 years. Many of Denmark's major events are held in City Hall Square. In May 1945, 100,000 people gathered here to celebrate Denmark's liberation from German occupation. In the summer of 1992, when the Danish national football team won the European championship, there were 100,000 people here to celebrate. On the day we arrived, there were also many young people dancing "square dance" here, and it was not clear what activities were. Anyway, it's a very popular square.
Classical buildings stand in the forest, famous pedestrian shops gather around, shopping holy places, there are many Christmas markets during the Christmas season. But we must, must and must pay attention to: always take good care of our belongings! When we had dinner, the next table of tourists disappeared from sight. It seemed that they were all world-class in the bubble!
Down from the Central Railway Station and along Steoget, towards the third stop of today's trip: New Port. It is known as one of the longest pedestrian streets in the world. It was built in the 17th century. It passes through Happy Volley Park, Andersen statues, City Hall Square and other famous scenic spots along the way from the railway station to Xingang. Along both sides of the street are ancient stone buildings, in which various lifelike sculptures are embellished. Under the buildings on both sides were shops of all kinds, and the streets were crowded with people, many of whom also had performers of all kinds.
Copenhagen City Hall, the city square in downtown Copenhagen, is the sixth generation of the city hall, which was built in 1905. There are Memorial pillars, fountains and bronze statues of Danish fairy tale writer Andersen beside the square. It is a magnificent and lively place. This is where the mayor works and is open to visitors.
Copenhagen, Denmark. City Hall Square. The old commercial square, the center is the city hall, the statue above the main entrance of the city hall is the founder of Copenhagen - Archbishop Abu Salon. On the left, the bronze statue of Andersen, a fairy tale writer. There is 110 metres bell tower in the center of the city hall building.
City Hall Square is the city centre of Copenhagen and the oldest commercial market. On the left of the main entrance of the city hall, there is a statue of Andersen, the great Danish fairy tale writer. Next to the town hall was a bronze statue of Andersen, dressed in a tuxedo and a pair of large leather shoes, looking out into the distance. He was in the right direction, which was the direction of his home.
It's worth going. It's lively and atmosphere. There are Andersen statues, beside which there is a paradise which is very interesting. There are many shops around it, and the buildings are beautiful. The Christmas tree in front of it is also unique. A trip will surely bring some fruits.
City Hall Square is not far from the Central Railway Station. Opposite the railway station is Fun Volley Park. Crossing Fun Volley, you can walk to the door opposite which has the statue of Andersen. Then you can go to City Hall Square by Andersen's grandfather. Most like pigeons in the square. They are very smart and hide under the eaves when it rains.