Copper spire of the Danish parliament - Stock image

Capital Cities, Castle, Copenhagen, Denmark, Europe

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Stock photo ID:184111252
Upload date:October 09, 2013

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Copper spire on top of the Danish parliament which is situated in Christiansborg castle in the middle of Copenhagen. The current Christiansborg is build in a neo-baroque style. The construction took place from 1906 to 1928 after a fire had destructed the former castle. Notice the brown colour of new copper and the green colour of the old. The Danish flag is called Dannebrog and is one of the oldest in the world. This tailed shape is only legal when used by permission of the king / queen.
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