Sunday is it 130 years ago, the Eiffel tower was inaugurated in Paris.
Saturday trimmed the prime minister, Lars Løkke the red leash to Denmark denmark's largest spiral-shaped observation tower in Gisselfeld Klosters Woods at Wrentham on the Display.
And although the comparison maybe for someone is completely out in the woods, so skortede it is not in the winged words of the tower to the indvielsesfesten, where the organizers had received Lars Løkke to show up.
A large tree in the middle of the tower shows how high you really are coming up. Photo: Ritzau/Scanpix
the Tower is 45 meters high, and the location on top of a ridge makes the people at the top is 90 meters above the sea level.
Deroppefra had Lars Løkke with a firm grip and both hands to support himself to the banister, as he searched out. Perhaps because of the rise of 650 metres, it can take your breath away from the part. Perhaps because of the height and the thought 'what if'.
I'm like with heights, I not so like it. But it is worst in places where there is plexiglas. And then I'm always a little extra concerned with anything that is man-made, the prime minister said from the top, before he for the attending photographers began to stampe with ruskindsskoene.
Lars Løkke admitted that he fought against the fear of heights, as he went up the ramp in the tower, where he remained in the middle. Photo: Ritzau/Scanpix
But here's the local egetræsplanker. You know, what is for, said he ago.
Denmark's answer to the Eiffel tower was also called innovative, daring and a nice landmark for the Faxe Municipality, which ranks right up there in the clouds. It is expected that it will attract up to 100,000 tourists a year.
But while it is said that H. C. Andersen in his time got the idea for The Ugly Duckling by going for a walk in Gisselfeld Klosters forests, then let the national sentiments, however, something to be desired when it comes to a part of the work to construct the tower.
It is going to cost 125 dollars for all over 6 years to get up in the tower, writes Camp Adventure on its website. Photo: Ritzau/Scanpix
A teams of Romanian craftsmen were thus hailed in the dedication for their 'truly outstanding efforts' to put the thousands of planks on the ramp up in the tower, and the 1.600 meters through the forest from p-square and into to the tower itself.
Also, Lars Løkke was thrilled with the situation of romanians efforts.
- We need foreign workers in Denmark, he said, among other things, in his speech before the inauguration.
without being presented with any kind of documentation got the Extra Magazine message from the Camp Adventures of the staff of the Romanian craftsman in average, has scored twice in the hour in relation to a Danish craftsman.
- They are employed because of their truly amazing zeal and efforts, said co-owner of Camp Adventure Jesper Mathiesen to Ekstra Bladet.
the Tower has been given the name Skovtårnet. It is approved to carry 3500 people at a time, or approximately 500 kg per. square meters egetræsplanker.
How many, that will prove to come, however, is still unclear.
Lars Løkke had reason to smile extra wide, then he cut the red string. His name and title as prime minister, is also on the golden plaque, which is erected at the foot of the tower. Photo: Ritzau/Scanpix
the Project is designed by architect Tue Bailiff and office-Power, and the spectacular tower has already won the German designråds 'Iconic World'-cost in 2017.
the observation Tower in the Danish forest has in the past attracted attention abroad, where, among others one of Europe's largest newsmagazines, German Der Spiegel, referred to the architectural tower, while it also has been mentioned in the slots by the u.s. Time Magazine and the French Le Figaro.
From Sunday, is it possible for the public to get up in the Skovtårnet.
To see the route out of the egetræsplankerne to the tower in the forest. Graphics: Camp Adventure