The architecture of the Savior City is very special. Of course, the most attractive thing is that you can walk up to the top along the circular wooden staircase to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the old city of Copenhagen. The entire old city buildings are very beautiful, and the exterior walls of the buildings are colorful, pleasing to the eye
The Church of the Savior is a very old building. The church has a tall spire structure. The interior decoration style here is also very simple. There are also very good artistic features. The scenery of the church is also very special. I can experience it well. s things.
The bell tower is marked to open at 10 o'clock, and it has not been open after the time has passed. Fortunately, the church that was open at 11 o'clock can be visited. Entering the church, I saw a very exquisite and huge pipe organ, as well as many angel statues playing various musical instruments and 39 elephant statues. When I got out of the church, I saw that there was already a long queue of people who climbed the building. It was almost 11 o'clock and it was not open yet, so I had to give up the building and turn to other attractions. It's a pity.
Very good and a little bit of a hobby for sights, not for people like me
Personally think it is the best attraction in Geha. The stairs to the top are wooden and very narrow. The narrowest place can only accommodate one person. There are many tourists, so always stop and give way. But the scenery overlooking the tower immediately made us forget the hardships of climbing the tower. From the top of the tower, you can see the entire old town of Ge Ha, which is very spectacular. But people with acrophobia should pay attention that the walkway at the top of the tower is not too wide, and the height of the guardrail is only moderate. Before we climbed the tower, it was still sunny and windy. As soon as we arrived on the tower, the wind and rain were mixed. I was afraid that the camera would blow away. .
The Church of the Savior is beautiful, it looks spectacular
Preston_Dominguez: Skt. Annae Gade 29, Copenhagen 1416, Denmark
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended New Harbor,The Little Mermaid,Copenhagen City Hall Square,Amalienborg Palace,Statue of Hans Christian Andersen