Striking view of Copenhagen from the waterfront, published in Paris by Etienee Charpentier.
The view locates 7 points of interest, including the Christiansborg Palace, which served as the royal residence and seat of government. The palace was built in the early 18th century and was designed by the architect Nicolai Eigtved. It was a grand and imposing building, with beautiful gardens and a number of important state rooms and halls.
Another notable building in Copenhagen in 1750 was the Church of Our Lady, which was the main cathedral in the city. The Church of Our Lady was built in the 13th century and was an important religious and cultural center for the people of Copenhagen. It was known for its beautiful Gothic architecture and its rich history.