Kongens Nytorv (Kongens Nytorv) is the largest public square in Copenhagen, Denmark, located in the center of the pedestrian street Strøget. The square was laid out by Christian V in 1670 for the main extension of the fortress city, and a statue of his horse was placed in the center.
King Xinhua Square is also a very important tourist center in Copenhagen. You can see a lot of sculptures in this location. It is also the core area of the city. The nearby shopping, dining and high-end hotels are good.
From Xingang to the pedestrian street, there is a relatively square statue square, which is the King's New Plaza. The square is not very big. Basically European squares are not big. It is close to the pedestrian street and there are many people. There are many cafes and restaurants around the square.
Very good to see, the scenery is good, the air is fresh and out of the vulgar, all come to see it!
King's New Square has a history of more than 400 years. It can be said to be the heart of Copenhagen and a popular leisure square. It is also the only place to pass from the pedestrian street to Newport, surrounded by beautiful buildings. The oldest building around the square is the Charlottenburg Palace, which is named after the Queen of King Christian V, Charlotte Amalie (Charlotte Amalie). She herself has lived here. This is a Dutch Baroque building from the 1770s. Today, this beautiful palace is the Royal Academy of Art, where there are many educational facilities for the training of future painters, sculptors and architects. In the sunny summer, there are quite a lot of tourists and locals on the square, as well as handsome men and women riding bicycles. There will be a small market in summer. The stalls are filled with works and antiques designed and created by the artists themselves. There are exquisite old-style cameras, lovely glass products, beautiful ceramic tableware... In short, it is full of romance and Literary atmosphere.
At one end of the pedestrian street in Copenhagen is King's Square. Like the Town Hall Square, King's Square is the most important city square in Copenhagen. The surrounding buildings are very beautiful, and in the center of the square is a very famous bronze statue.
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