Posts Tagged ‘Copenhagen’



June 9, 2014

Rundetårn (Round Tower)  is located in central Copenhagen, Denmark and was built by the danish king Christian IV as an astronomical observatory.  It is most noted for its helical corridor leading to the top. We’ve been there a couple of years ago and the view was fantastic. You could see a photo of the Round Tower here on wikipedia.

Recently we’ve discovered the book “Brick City – LEGO® for grown ups” by Warren Elsmore and he used the LEGO® tooth piece to represent the windows of this tower. We thought it a wonderful idea and we’ve constructed the Round tower as Warren Elsmore has shown in his book.