Weekly photo challenge: Unusual

This week’s Weekly Photo Challenge theme is “Unusual”.

I’ve seen all sorts of unusual buildings – but this is definitely one of the strangest.

I don’t know what it is (does anyone recognize it?) – I only saw it from a distance. All I can really tell you is that it’s in Copenhagen!

49 responses to “Weekly photo challenge: Unusual

  1. I recognized it!! There are several strange buildings in the Nordic countries.

  2. That’s quite strange, almost an optical illusion! well spotted 🙂

  3. This is so cool! It makes me wonder what it’s like inside?!

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  6. Very unusual! At first glance, it looked like only half of a building, but I see now that it’s a spiral. Interesting, that’s for sure.

  7. This is the tower of Vor Frelser Kirke in København. It’s a church. Build in 1750. Architect Lauritz de Thurah.

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  10. Good response to unusual. No one else will have this photo!

  11. Unique design building


  13. That is really interesting. What a great photo.

  14. Fascinating architecture for the 1700’s, looks like a long climb to the top, I too thought it was only half a building, as if they had only enough money for the front half. 🙂

  15. what a terrific entry for this week

  16. It is unusual, but very beautiful 🙂

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  18. Great post for this week topic 🙂

  19. that’s a beautiful architecture… what ever that is.
    nice photo. thanks for the share. now I wish to visit copenhagen to see the gran place with my own eyes 🙂

    • Copenhagen is a beautiful city – see it if you get the chance. As for what the building is, Ink.[Anette] posted a comment telling us that it’s the Vor Frelser Kirke (Our Savior Church) – well, not the whole church, but this is the (very unusual) spire. So at last I know!

  20. Off to google it – it looks fascinating…

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