Okay, first we stopped by this building in Copenhagen- the oldest working observatory in Europe.
It was built by some king too lazy to walk up a flight of stairs, so the whole tower is basically just a road spiraling upwards, large enough for a horse-drawn carriage to drive up.
At the top is a pretty good view of the city, this hundreds-of-years-old building still being one of the tallest in the district, as well as a big telescope, presumably hidden in this thing.
Also accessible from the big spiral road: a modern art museum.
I’m not sure what these are, but they make me vaguely uncomfortable.
Anyhow, after that we went to the cathedral. And man, that is what I call a cathedral.
I have a lot of pictures of pipe organs now.
There were a lot of crypts in this building. A lot.
Also this big fancy gold thing with scenes from the bible up at the altar.
I walked up like fourteen flights of stairs or something to get to the Cathedral Museum.
It… was not worth the amount of effort I put in. Too many stairs.
This cathedral had some intense doors, though.
It was tall.
I kinda liked this one- a little garden with a headstone in it. Some king didn’t want to spend the rest of eternity indoors.
So yeah, now I’ve been to a massive cathedral, built in a brick blend of Renaissance and Gothic styles. So that was cool.