The Round Tower

Well worth scaling for the excellent very wide views, the Round Tower (RundetÃ¥rn) is 36 meters high and was built as a (building where you look at the stars, etc.) in 1642. Here, you’ll find a small collection connected with the famous Danish star expert Tycho Brahe, however, thehighlight for most is the viewing (raised, flat supporting surface) reached by a spiral ramp. A glass floor (floats over/stays close to) 25 meters above the ground, and not only can you look out over the rooftops of Copenhagen city, but also look carefully down (to try to better see something that’s unclear) into the (huge, fancy, stone house)’s core. A short walk through the surrounding old town takes you to GrÃ¥brødretorv, one of the city’s most beautiful squares


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