Stock Exchange, Copenhagen
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
Stock Exchange is famous for its prominent spire of four dragons with intertwined tails topped by three golden crowns, symbolizing the union of the Nordic countries. King Christian IV commissioned the building in the early 17th century, with the ambition to turn Copenhagen into a financial and trade center. Legend has it that the 60 m (197 ft) high dragon spire saved the building from enemy attacks, as well as many fires that have damaged neighboring buildings. You can view the outside, but the building is not open to the public aside from scheduled events, such as dinners, conferences, and parties. Put Stock Exchange on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Copenhagen travel itinerary maker.
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クリスチャンボー城の近くに何かがぐるぐる巻きになった像のあるユニークな塔がある建物がここです。初めは巻き貝のように見えましたが、ドラゴンだそうです。クリスチャンボー城の近くにあるので、城の見学後にこの近くに行って見るべきだと思います。Building a unique Tower of Christian boy castle became a round roll something here it is. At first looked like a conch, but seems to be dragon. I think Christian boy Castle, so should we found near here after the tour of the Castle.show original
This old stock exchange building is in the Dutch Renaissance style but what makes it really interesting is the tower with the spire. It is designed to look like 4 dragons with tails twisted together a... read more »
Il palazzo della borsa è molto grande ma la cosa più originale è certamente la stranissima guglia molto slanciata verso l'alto. Particolare e strana.The stock exchange is very big but the strangest thing is certainly the strangest thing very slender spire upwards. Peculiar and weird.show original
Apenas olhei por fora, mas o prédio é lindo!
Jarosław Marek CzyżIt is okshow original
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