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Cph:

Kongens Nytorv (Kings New Square):


Rådhuspladsen (City Hall Square):



...don't know which one of these two is the "main square"?! :dunno:

here are som smaller:

Skt. Hans Torv (St. Hans Square) (the square is really empty on this pic):

(I btw just live down the road to the right:D)

Gråbrødretorv (Greybrothersquare):


Nytorv and Gammeltorv (New Square and Old Square) (the square is also really empty on this pic):


...all pics from flickr...
 

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here are some of Sofia's main squares:

here are two of the most central squares next to one another: Alexander Nevsky and National Assembly square



the National Gallery of Foreign Art in the western part of Alexander Nevsky square:



here's a picture from the National Assembly square and probably the city's most famous view



here's Battenberg square:







Saint Nedelya square:





the Stalinist architecture of Nezavisimost (Independence) square



 

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Yonge-Dundas Square is considered by many to be the "heart" of the city, but its grotesque construction and overabundance of advertising may or may not leave something to be desired.





Despite its downfalls Yonge-Dundas Square is a hugely popular part of the city. It's colourful, vibrant, and alive with music, shopping and eating. I really like it, but for those against consumerism and bright lights, it's probably not the ideal spot.
 

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...don't know which one of these two is the "main square"?! :dunno:[/B]
I'd deffinetly say the City Hall Square!




As nice as the other is ( my favorite square ) it's just not as "main" as the other - people rarely use it for meeting point unless you have to go to some of the things on the square itself...
 
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