King's New Plaza has a history of more than 400 years. It can be said that it is the heart of Copenhagen, and it is also a favorite leisure square. It is also a necessary place to go to Xingang from the pedestrian street, with beautiful buildings gathering around it. The oldest building around the square is Charlotte Castle Palace, named after Charlotte Amalie, Queen of King Christian V. She has lived here herself. This is a Dutch Baroque building in the 1770s. Today, this beautiful palace is the Royal Academy of Art, where there are many educational facilities for future painters, sculptors and architects. In the sunny summer, there are quite a lot of tourists and locals in the upstream of the square, as well as handsome men and beautiful women riding bicycles. There will be small fairs in summer. The stalls are full of works and antiques designed and created by artists themselves. There are exquisite old-fashioned cameras, lovely glass products, beautiful ceramic tableware and so on. In short, there is a romantic and artistic atmosphere here.
King's New Square is the largest square in Copenhagen. There will be a sentry change ceremony at 12 noon in the square. Every time, it will attract a lot of tourists. In addition, the square also has a special vendor area, there are restaurants, handicrafts, antiques, flowers and other very lively.
King's New Square is the entrance to the famous Str get pedestrian street. This ancient square was built in the 17th century. In the center of the square, the riding statue of King Christian V is a symbol of the square. It was built in 1688 and is known as the "King's Horse". The square is situated in the Royal Theatre of Baroque Architecture, Royal Academy of Art and other famous buildings.
In the center of Copenhagen's most important city center square, there is a riding statue of Christian V, surrounded by important landmarks and buildings in Copenhagen - "New Harbor, Royal Theatre, Charlotte Castle, Magson Mall, and the European Environment Agency when they come, the square is still under construction.
This ancient square was built in the 17th century. In the center of the square, the riding statue of King Christian V is a symbol of the square. It was built in 1688 and is known as the "King's Horse". The square is situated in the Royal Theatre, the Royal Academy of Arts and other famous buildings of Baroque architectural style.