The City Hall was built in 1905 and designed by the architect Martin Newap. Its architecture combines ancient Danish and Italian Renaissance styles. The magnificent city hall hall covers an area of 1,500 square meters and is mainly used for wedding ceremonies and official receptions.
Copenhagen City Hall is also a very good place. The buildings here are considered the highest point in the city. You can take pictures outside when you pass by here. The nearby squares are also quite distinctive.
The facade of the city hall and the main train station are in the same color system. Does the brick-red building mean that it was built in the same period [not simple] guess. The town hall square is surrounded by the statue of Hans Christian Andersen, Tivoli Park, Strøget pedestrian street, Tivoli Amusement Park, Carlsberg Art Museum, Christiansborg Palace, National Danish Museum...Always leave some room for your next visit. The ancients called "stay" White".
The statue of Andersen is not far from the city hall. We visited the two attractions together. The city hall has a history of over 100 years. The building is a very traditional European building. It seems that you can enter inside, but we just wandered around.
Copenhagen's town hall is basically open to the public and can be married here. It's quite chic, and the ceremony can be held here to receive the blessings of relatives and friends.