Copenhagen's Marble Bridge

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This rococo style marble bridge crosses Frederiksholms Kanal and leads to the vast courtyard of Christiansborg. Designed by the famous 18C architect Nicolai Eigtved, it was built at the same time as the first palace. Seen from the shaded banks of the canal, the bridge, with its elegant arches, is one of the most attractive sights in Copenhagen.

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