A new panorama has been added to the Quicktime Panorama Map. The Radhus is the city hall in Copenhagen. The building was first used as a city hall in 1901. The famous world clock was added in 1955. The Radhuspladsen is an important social meeting-point, and a place for magnificent views of the Tivoli fireworks. Around the square you can find the Town Hall (the Radhus), the house of Politiken, where neon signs provide the passers-by with news from all over the world, the Palace Hotel, the Bus Terminal, outdoor restaurants, newspaper stands and the famous Danish polsevogne (hot-dog stands).