- Royal Danish Theatre, at No. 1, (built 1872–74)
- Charlottenborg Palace (built 1672-1683)
- Herdorff's House, at No. 3-5, (1780)
- Thott Palace, at No. 4, now housing the French Embassy (built 1683)
- 8 Kongens Nytorv, until 1979 the headquarters of A. P. Moller-Maersk Group, then until 2010 housing Jyllands Posten's Copenhagen office (Hans Næs, 1908)
- Magasin du Nord, at No. 13, a leading department store (built 1893-94)
- Café a Porta, at No. 17, (built 1792)
- Lihmes Gård, at No. 18, (built 1787)
- Hviids Vinstue, at No. 19, the oldest tavern in Copenhagen (built 1767)
- 26 Kongens Nytorv, until 2003 the headquarters of Great Northern Telegraph Company (built 1893)
- Hotel D’Angleterre, at No. 34, (built 1874)
- Erichsens Palæ, headquarters of Danske Bank (built 1797-99)
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“The desert is a natural extension of the inner silence of the body. If humanitys language, technology, and buildings are an extension of its constructive faculties, the desert alone is an extension of its capacity for absence, the ideal schema of humanitys disappearance.”
—Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)
“There are no such oysters, terrapin, or canvas-back ducks as there were in those days; the race is extinct. It is strange how things degenerate.... I passed, the other day, the deserted house of Mrs. Gerry, which I used to think so lordly. It stands alone now amid the surrounding sky-scrapers, and reminds me of Don Quixote going out to fight the windmills. It should always remain to mark the difference between the past and the present.”
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