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Christiansborg Palace Tower
The success of TV drama Borgen has increased international interest in the building that houses the Danish government. Christiansborg Palace (from which Borgen takes its name) is also the tallest tower in the center and it’s free to visit though you will have go through airport-style security to get in. You can either go to the viewing platform or, better yet, go to the casual restaurant in the tower. The space was formerly used as a storage room for casts of sculptures, several of which still adorn the belfry-like room, giving it a certain Harry Potter charm. One of the most unusual and memorable places to dine in Copenhagen.
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