2012/07/06

rundetaarn | copenhagen



I just realized that I've never shared these pics from Rundetaarn, which I took a few years ago. Rundetaarn (The Round Tower) is one of the classic tourist attractions in Copenhagen, but a very nice place to visit, especially if you are passionate about taking photos, since the light from the small windows and the curves in the spiral ramp are nothing less than amazing.

Walk all the way up to the viewpoint, where you can see most of Copenhagen.

The tower was built between 1637 and 1642 by King Christian IV and belongs to the Trinitatis Church. The spiral ramp is 209 meters long and is the only way up to the top.

Købmagergade 52A. T. +45 33730373 www.rundetaarn.dk

Ps: After visiting the tower don't forget to stop by the organic hotdog stand right in front of the entrance to enjoy an organic (and maybe even vegetarian) hot dog.




5 comments:

  1. It looks nice. When we were in Copenhagen, the tower had been closed, unfortunately. We first went there in the evening!

    Wish you a wonderful weekend,
    Yvonne

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  2. Must be nice to visit in the evening as well :-) A wonderful weekend to you too :-)

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  3. Love the photos especially the B&W! You've created a very nice blog.

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    1. Thank you Barbara! I'm glad you like the blog and the pics :-)

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  4. Beautiful!

    D.

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