Copenhagen by night
Copenhagen is a vibrant city after dark. At Rådhuspladsen there are many neon lights. Many historical buildings are illuminated.
Sunset at Radhuspladsen.
The new Industriens Hus at Rådhuspladsen. Its glass facade is illuminated in a diagonal grid pattern that moves on the exterior!
Another light pattern of the House of Industry.
The Town Hall from below, illuminated by night.
The Town Hall, Rådhuspladsen, at dark.
Christmas market near Strøget.
Palace Hotel (left) and Town Hall (right).
Towards Vesterbro and central station from Radhuspladsen after dark.
Illum's, Denmark's 2nd largest department store, has 2 atriums and panorama elevators. The old wing is illuminated by night.
Chinese restaurant at Strøget.
Illums Bolighus (design department store). Christmas begins already in early November here.
Christmas market at Højbro Plads in early November.
Runde Tårn (the Round Tower).
The pedestrian street outside the Round Tower is filled with several britht lights.
Gråbrødre Torv, a cozy square near Strøget with open-air restaurants.
Copenhagen buildings in LEGO (that is a Danish invention)!
Konges Nytorv with Hotel D'Angleterre, Denmark's most luxorious hotel.
Hotel D'Angleterre, christmas ice.
Nyhavn is filled with pub visitors after dark, right next to the canal.
DR Byen's swan lake at night.
AC Hotel Bella Sky.
One of the newest of Ørestad's residential buildings, illuminated in blue.
Front view from the driverless metro at night.
Copenhagen Towers, Crowne Plaza and the new (2016) Royal Arena.
Copenhagen Towers, Crowne Plaza Hotel and the new Rambøll building.
Skyline of Ørestad from the front seat of the metro, with Bella Sky Hotel to the right.
The elevated driverless metro, seen from the main entrance to Fields, almost reminds of Tokyo.