Copenhagen City Hall
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Town Hall Square: Busy Town Hall Square (Rådhuspladsen) is dominated by Copenhagen Town Hall (built between 1892 and 1905), which is based on a mix of Italian Renaissance and medieval Danish architecture. For marvellous views, you can climb the tower; at 106 meters high, it is the tallest in the…
The architectural style is a blend of medival Danish architecture and Italian Renaissance. Inside you will find the Jens Olsen’s World Clock which is located in a room off the main foyer. The clock has 14,000 moving parts and one gear will take about 25,000 years to make a complete revolution.
Go inside an have a look. People are friendly and the small details of deco are great. They also have honey bees on the rooftop :)
The copenhagen townhall! almost no-one knows this but the townhall in copenhagen is full of danish history and symbolism!! and if you ask the guards there its possible to get a guided tour! the building is full of symbolism. The tour is for free.