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The University of Copenhagen has swapped property, so that it now actually owns the oldest of its own buildings. Take a look at some of them in our gallery
In an exchange of property, the University of Copenhagen, has been given back the property rights of its oldest historical buildings, which it had previously rented from the Danish government’s property agency UBST.
The Danish section of this media, Universitetsavisen, took pictures of the old buildings, and uploaded an online gallery for their readers to have a look-see.
The University of Copenhagen was founded in 1479.
Follow a historical tour of the old buildings, from the Ceremonial Hall to the University Library to the Astronomical Observatory. Follow the link here to see some of the most impressive, old buildings of the University of Copenhagen.
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