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We were busy exploring this gorgeous area and came across this tall clock tower. We didn’t go inside but the area outside was quite nice. Lots of flowers, statues fountain and it also had a nice bar/Cafe.
The Radhus is a fairly new building by some standards (1905), but it is the view from the tower which makes it worth a visit.
From the lofty perch on high, the compact and easily reached layout of the Danish capita can be seen, so...More
It was around the time of the Millennium when I first visited the City Archives. My challenge was to learn why a bronze bust of Sir Winston Churchill had curiously been placed in a garden at the rear of the town hall in the 1950's....More
This is one the most famous buildings in Frederiksberg and besides of being great from the outside it is actually also a nice place to visit inside. The courtyard is nice and the inner main room with its paintings are worth a quick look.
Located between Noerrebro and Vesterbro you’ll find Frederiksberg, which is actually a municipality in itself but completely surrounded by Copenhagen. Here there are several fine theaters, from the experimental to the great Det Ny Teater (The New Theater) which specializes in transcribing the great London and New York musicals into Danish, and has done so for several years with huge success. In Frederiksberg you’ll find
Denmark’s most beautiful (and expensive) city villas. These 4-5 square miles form the Beverly Hills of Copenhagen. Here you’ll also find Frederiksberg Have (Garden) which sports huge outdoor concerts, from classical to electronic dance music. To top it off, dining options range from cozy family restaurants to some of the area’s most trendy cafés.