It's late afternoon from Carlsberg Tourist Center. Today's trip is a bit non-stop. There are two more attractions to go. The first attraction to be visited is the famous Salvation Catholic Church, a Baroque architecture style church, the most eye-catching is the spiral spiral spire of the sky. After free entry with Copenhagen Card, first climb the narrow and steep staircase inside, then climb the outer circumferential staircase outside as soon as it reaches the top. It is not only steep but also hanging in the air, which is exciting enough. At the highest point, the space is narrowed to a single person position. At this point, you will feel that you are floating in mid-air, and the city under your feet belongs to you only. Stand here 360 degrees to look around Copenhagen, far and near all the beautiful scenery in one net.
The salvation cathedral is most famous for its tall spire and simple interior, but its highlight is to climb the golden top and overlook Copenhagen. To climb the golden top, you need to take the stairs that circle outside. The stairs are very narrow and can only be passed by one person. To be honest, I think it's a little exciting. People who are afraid of heights should be careful.
Personally, I think it's the best scenic spot in Coha. The stairs on the top are wooden, very narrow, and the narrowest variance is not more than one person. There are more tourists, so they always stop to give way. But the view from the top of the tower immediately made us forget the hardship of climbing the tower. At the top of the tower, you can see the whole old city of Koha, which is very spectacular. But people who are afraid of heights should pay attention to the fact that the walkway on the top of the tower is not too wide and the guardrail height is only moderate. Before we climbed the tower, it was still sunny and windy. Once we reached the tower, we made it rainy and windy. At that time, we were afraid that the camera would blow away.
The Bell Tower of the Salvation Bishop in Copenhagen is very peculiar. It's worth visiting near Freedom City. It's the steepest bell tower ever climbed! With hands and feet, he climbed up a broad wooden staircase to the top of the tower, and the whole city of Copenhagen was in full view.
This is a good place for tourism and sightseeing in Copenhagen. Although there are occasional minor nerves when climbing, it is still very enjoyable. When you reach the top, all the fatigue dissipates. The scenery at the top is spectacular and bells can be heard.
Church visits don't cost anything, they are all for climbing the tower. The line of elders, the key is to ensure that there are only 50 people on the top of the tower. This spiral staircase is so narrow that it can only allow one person to pass through. It needs to be allowed to go up and down. Otherwise, it will be impossible to go. It is like 40 kroner alone. The scenery above is still beautiful. Besides the old wind, the hair blows like straw in the wind. The timid may be a little soft legs, the railings may not be very low, but walking here is always a little scary, but you can enjoy the city of Coha very well.
Chuch of our saviour, located on Amager Island, Copenhagen, is a Baroque-style church. Visitors can climb to the top of the staircase around its spiral spire to get a glimpse of Copenhagen's urban landscape. The church is also equipped with the largest Nordic bell instrument. From 8 a.m. to midnight, it plays a pleasant sound every hour.
I imagined it to be a boring old church. But it's not exactly like that. This church has many decorations that other churches don't have. You can hear quiet and peaceful music every hour here, and the bells here will let you know the exact time of the day in a unique way.