Castreet Castle Danish Military Base Active Soldier Residence Space Pentagon-shaped entrance to the Anglican Church after the sun 17:00 local basic day has been dark autumn yellow leaves flying in the sunset reflection night into the Danish landmark New Port reflection and sail pole combination of the first understanding of the landmark Danish impression
Castley is more than just a castle. This pentagonal fortress is worth a close look. It's best to go in the evening or in the morning. At noon, the sun is softest, the sky is bluer and the trees are greener. The park has beautiful scenery and many runners and resters.
The castle is very close to the geffian fountain and the little mermaid, but visitors often ignore it because it is not on the mainstream tour route. So there are fewer tourists and more locals. Of course, tourists can only watch outside, because it belongs to the military jurisdiction.
Castreet Castle is a pentagonal star-shaped castle, very close to the sea. The red house in the castle is still a military facility with soldiers on duty. But there is no such tension as a military base. There are still many citizens walking and doing morning exercises here. The pictures are very harmonious.
It is very close to Changdi Park. It is a military base. It is surrounded by rivers. It is very clean and quiet. There are not many people. If you are interested, you can have a look at the small red and yellow houses. Although they are not open, they are also interesting.
It is a local military fortification, which is also under the control of the military, but it can be used as a city park to visit, but you should be a little careful about walking, after all, it is still in use. Here is super beautiful, is the pentagonal shape of the fortress, a circle down actually quite long, many green plants, the scenery is very good, not far from the little mermaid.
Kastellet, located in Copenhagen, Denmark is one of the best preserved star fortresses in Northern Europe. It is constructed in the form of a pentagram with bastions at its corners. Kastellet was continuous with the ring of bastioned ramparts which used to encircle Copenhagen but of which only the ramparts of Christianshavn remain today.