City Hall is the headquarters of the Municipal council as well as the Lord Mayor of the city of Copenhagen.The current building was inaugurated in 1905.It was designed by the architect 'Martin Nyrop'in the National Romantic Style but with inpiration from Siena city hall in Tuscany,Italy.It is dominated by the slim clock tower which is 105 metres tall making one of the tallest buildings in the city.The City hall sits at the south end of 'Radhus Pladsen'The city's main square.
Copenhagen City Hall (Københavns Rådhus) is the headoffices of the municipal council as well as the Lord mayor of the Copenhagen Municipality.
The current building was build in 1893-1905 in the National Romantic style.
Copenhagen City Hall has also very impressive interiors.
Copenhagen's City Hall and mayoral residence is a striking building that towers over the huge Radhuspladsen square. Its Italianate look and soaring clock tower were inspired by the City Hall in Sienna, Tuscany. Its steps are guarded by some of the strangest sculptures you will see gracing a government building anywhere. Absalon, the warrior-bishop who founded Copenhagen, stands guard above the entrance, gilded but without his horse.
City hall sits proudly in City Hall square in the middle of Copenhagen.
The building was opened on 12th September 1905 and was designed by Martin Nyrop.
The gold statue on the front of the building is of Absalon who was a Danish bishop in the 12th century.
The clock tower is 105 meters high.
Built in 1905 with what was then the world's most accurate clock, the city hall features the clocktower and numerous sculptures