Kornerup’s Town Hall in Vordingborg

    The town hall was built in 1843-45 to a design by Royal Building Inspector Peter Kornerup. The town hall is one of the earliest and quite rare examples of the neo-Gothic style in Denmark. The house is centrally located in the town, facing the old castle with its famous 'Goose Tower'.

    Address:
    Algade 97, 4760 Vordingborg  
    Architect/builder:
    Royal Building Inspector Peter Kornerup 
    Year of construction:
    1843 - 45 
    Geography:
    Zealand 
    Themes:
    Public offices
    Geography:
    Zealand
    Style and period:
    Historicism