Copenhagen Court House

Local nameKøbenhavns Byret
LocationCopenhagen, Denmark

The Copenhagen Court House is a historic building located on Nytorv in Copenhagen, Denmark. Originally built as a combined city hall and courthouse, it now serves as the seat of the District Court of Copenhagen. Inaugurated in 1815, it was built to the design of Christian Frederik Hansen in Neoclassical style.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copenhagen_Court_House

Official Website http://www.koebenhavnsbyret.dk/

Email kobenhavn@domstol.dk

Phone +45 99 68 70 00

Address Nytorv, 1450 Copenhagen, Denmark

Coordinates 55°40'37.864" N 12°34'21.903" E

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