The epicentre of the city of Copenhagen is Radhuspladsen or Town Hall Square, where tourists and residents can stroll and enjoy a coffee on the nearby terraces. Unlike any town hall in Mediterranean lands, the façade of the Danish municipal building stands out because it looks like a book sculpted in brick and stone, narrating Nordic legends with the snakes and dragons of its sculptures. At more than 100 metres high, a visit to the Town Hall tower will give you one of the best panoramic views of the city. And near the Radhuspladsen, on the corner of Vesterbrogade and H. C. Andersen avenue you'll find the 'Girl in the Time of Copenhagen', a 30 year-old revolving barometer with two sculptures: a woman on a bike and another with an umbrella, which used to move and alternate according to the weather.
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