Very ancient buildings, the braided top of the tower is very distinctive, just beside the canal, you can see the top of the tower from a distance.
Copenhagen Stock Exchange is one of the exchanges of Omax Group in Sweden. It is located on Longlini Island. The Exchange is a Renaissance building, built in 1624. It is the oldest and still used stock exchange in the world. It is also the most distinctive building in Copenhagen. It is topped by a bronze spire with four dragons. Passing by by bus, the tour guide said that it was the oldest stock exchange in the world and still in use. He snapped a picture quickly, only the top. Fortunately, there are four dragon-wound bronze minarets on the top.
The top four dragons, representing the four Nordic countries, did not enter, only the appearance.
It is the oldest and still used stock exchange in the world and the most distinctive building in Copenhagen. Now it's an office building. Visitors can only visit the outside landscape. After many times here, I looked up at the snail tip, but I never went in, because it was the stock exchange.