A trip to Northern Europe will always reach places that you could never reach. It was once far away in books, maps, and places in your mind. The country of fairy tales is full of imagination. At one time, I thought I was in a distant dream.
The Palace Square is the most important square in Copenhagen. The two most important streets in Copenhagen form a square here. The royal palace here also has many beautiful history and convenient transportation. It is also not far from other scenery.
Palace Square should be the largest square in Copenhagen. This is also an important traffic road, and there are many intersections that can extend to all parts of Copenhagen. Surrounded by very beautiful buildings and famous attractions.
Palace Square is the main traffic artery in Copenhagen, where two streets intersect to form a crossroad. Like many palace squares in Europe, the Danish palace square is also an octagonal square. In the middle of it is the riding statue of King Christian V, the founder of the square, and the four buildings of the palace are divided on the four corners of the intersection. The Palace Square can be passed by pedestrians, and visitors can also take photos with the guards standing guard in front of the Palace Tower. From the Palace Square you can see the Frederiks Church.
Copenhagen Palace Square is also an interesting place worth visiting. This small square attracts many foreign landscapes. The environment of the square is also pretty good, with a huge sculpture in the center.
This statue is impressive, it is placed in the middle of the square of Amalienborg and look like it belong there. Closer look is worth a minute or two.
Nice statue in the main courtyard of Amalienborg Castle. Worth stopping and looking if you are around, but I personally wouldn't make a special trip just to see it.
Just another equestria statue, like thousands in this world.Placed in the middle of Amalienborg square.No need more than 5 minutes to see it.
This equestrian statue stands in the middle of the four buildings of the Amalienborg Palace and, reputedly, cost more than the four buildings of the palace together. Obviously the French sculptor was ...
This statue is located in the middle of the Amalienborg Palace courtyard. The statue was unveiled in 1771. It is made of bronze and it weighs 22 tons.