If you love to see amazing buildings, architectures, and other man-made constructions then you must visit Copenhagen the capital of Denmark. Copenhagen has structures and monuments that range from medieval to contemporary. The place also has postmodern architectural wonders. The famous landmarks of Copenhagen include Little Mermaid, City Hall, Amalienborg Palace, Christiansburg Castle, Royal Castle, Stock Exchange building, and Copeopnhagen University.
All of you must be aware of the Disney animation character Little Mermaid. This character is taken from the fairytales written by Hans Christian Andersen one of the famous Danish legend. Based on this character a statue of Little Mermaid is created. This statue sits on a rock near the harbor at Churchill Park. The statue has been installed in this place from around 100 years. People all over the world visit this place to see the statue of Little Mermaid. You can visit this attraction any time of the day throughout the year.
If you are interested to see a beautiful monument with a tower clock above it then you can visit City Hall. This monument is situated in Radhuspladsen 1, Copenhagen, Denmark. City Hall in Copenhagen is a famous landmark in Denmark that was created in the year 1905. The construction has a prominent tall clock tower with a height of over 105 meters. If you see the astronomical clock from inside then you can observe that it is made up of 14,000 parts that make the clock functional. Visitors can see a striking similarity of this town hall with the town hall of Siena, Italy.
Days: All days
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 03:00 p.m
Entry Fee: Free
If you are interested in viewing wonderful palaces then you have an option in Copenhagen to visit Amelienborg Palace. This palace is situated in Amalienborgs Slotsplads, Copenhagen, Denmark. Amalienborg Palace is the winter residence of the Danish monarch and their royal family. The palace consists of four separate palaces including Moltkes, Schackske, Levetzaus, and Brockdorfske. These palaces are surrounded by a big plaza. If you visit this palace then you also have the option to visit Frederikskirken church that stands in its vicinity.
Time: 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Entry Fee: 70 DKK
The second palace that you can visit is the Christianborg Castle. It is one of the important landmarks in Copenhagen. This is currently the home to the parliament of Denmark, office of Prime Minister, and the Supreme Court. The place has been remodeled twice due to damages caused by fire that occurred during 18th and 19th century. The castle has symmetrical construction with tall spire. The waterfront area will give you a cool atmosphere. If you visit this palace then you will enjoy the beauty and architecture of Copenhagen.
Days: Tuesday - Sunday
Time: 10:00 - 17:00
Entry Fee: Adult – 110DKK, Child (7-14 years) – 55DKK
One more castle that comes in the list of landmarks in Copenhagen is the Royal Castle. This castle was created in 1630s and took 30 years to build. The castle has Renaissance-style front part and is surrounded by fosses and gardens. The gardens are highly attractive and are blooming with flowers especially roses. The palace has a wonderful construction and has architectural beauty which you qwould not want to miss.
Time: 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Stock Exchange building
Stock Exchange building is another notable landmark in Copenhagen. It is situated in Christiansborg Slotsplads in Denmark. The building is built directly above water and is surrounded by canals. Moreover, it has a tall spire that is highly decorated. There are three crowns in the building that represents Norway, Denmark, and Sweden. The building was acquired by stock exchange at the end of the 19th century owing to growth of financial situation of the city.
Days: Monday - Friday
Time: 08:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m (Monday-Thursday) and 08:15 a.m. to 04:15 (Friday)
If you want know about the famous place of learning in Copenhagen then visit Copenhagen University. This university is located in Norregade 10, Copenhagen, Denmark. The university was created at the end of 15th century and boasts of a huge campus. This university can accommodate around 35,000 students and 9,000 personnel. Initially Copenhagen University offered courses in Danish however, now many courses are now being taught in English.