Winter in Copenhagen february 2018 – visit Fortress Kastellet, Copenhagen Inner Harbour, Royal Palace Amalienborg and Nyhavn

 

Vinter i København februar 2018 – besøg fæstning Kastellet, København Inderhavn, Amalienborg Slotsplads og Nyhavn.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Text and photos Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copenhagen Inner Harbour – view to Copenhagen Opera:

 

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to Copenhagen Oera. At right A.P.Møller Maersk Heads Quarter. Photo in direction west 22. februar 12 AM by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to Copenhagen Opera. At left former Naval Base Holmen (1680-1989) with 2 cranes of former shipyard (1927-89) on island “Dockøen”. At right A.P.Møller Maersk Head Quarter. Photo in direction west  around 11.45 AM 22. februar 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Copenhagen winter – thursday 22. february 2018.

Copenhagen is an more than 1000 year old city situated close to the sea – Øresund Belt between Denmark and Sweden.

In winter season the old city and Copenhagen Inner Harbour – surrounded by parks, lakes,canals and bastions with rampart and moats in Christianshavn are extremely beautiful with blue sky, sunlight and cold air.

 

I will guide you on a walk from Fortress Kastellet on Østerbro Quarter in north through Copenhagen Inner Harbour to Nyhavn Canal in south.

 

Map of Copenhagen City:

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KOrt over København City. Foto den 10. oktober 2012 af Erik K Abrahamsen

Kort over København City. Foto den 10. oktober 2012 af Erik K Abrahamsen

 

History of Fortress Kastellet – built 1661-64 and inaugurated 28. october 1664 as a fortress with 5 bastions, ramparts and moats:

 

Kastellet Fortress. 

 

Begun by King Christian 4 (King of Denmark and Norway 1588-1648) as Sct. Annae Skanse 1622-40 with 3 bastions as protection to the entrance at Copenhagen Harbour. 1661-65 Kastellet was rebuilt with 5 bastions by Holland engineur Henrik Ruse invited by King Frederik 3 (King of Denmark and Norway 1648-70). Inaugurated 28. oktober 1664. 

View to Prince Bastion and in distance Kings Bastion with Holland Windmill built 1847:

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Fortress Castellet built 1661-64. View to Ramoatrs and moats. In distal

Fortress Kastellet built 1661-64. View to ramparts and moats. At left Prince Bastion and at right Kings Bastion with Holland windmill built 1847 on top and in the distance 1 km away you see 60 m high Dome of Marble Church built 1750-1894. Photo in direction south 9.45 AM 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Entrance to Kastellet through the northern gate “Norway Gate – “Norgesporten”:

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Norther gate Norway Gate - Norgesporten to Fortress Kastellet. Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Norther Gate Norway Gate – “Norgesporten” to Fortress Kastellet. Photo around 9.50 AM 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Inside Fortress Kastellet – view to barracks built 1661-64 – principal route between the only two gates to Kastellet: main gate Kings Gate, “Kongeporten”  and northern gate Norway Gate, “Norgesporten”:

 

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Norway Gate . View to principal route through Kastellet to main gate Kings Gate "Kongeporten". View in direction souyh 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abeahamsen.

Norway Gate. View to principal route through Kastellet to main gate Kings Gate “Kongeporten”. View in direction south 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View to drill ground, Kastel Church (Kastelskirken) built 1703 with prison built 1725 in connection to  and behind the church and Holland Windmill built 1847 on top of Kings Bastion:

  • surrounded by read barracks built 1661-64.

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Fortress Kastellet. View to drill ground, Kastlekirken built 1703, prison behind the church built 1725 and Holland Windmill on top of Kinga Bastion. Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Fortress Kastellet. View to drill ground, Kastelkirken built 1703, prison behind the church built 1725 and Holland Windmill built 1847on top of Kings Bastion. Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Fortress Kastellet – Commander Building:

– built 1725 to Commander of Fortress Kastellet and Fortress Copenhagen with 12 bastions to Sealand (på Sjællands siden) and 12 bastions on Christianshavn built 1620-80:

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Fortress Kastellet. Commander building built 1725. Photo in direction east 22. february´y 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Fortress Kastellet. Commander Building built 1725. Photo in direction east 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Map of Copenhagen around 1650:

Castellum Novum with only 3 bastions built 1620-60.

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Plates of history of Kvæsthusbroen and Ofelia Place 1600-2016-. Photo 2. july 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Map of Copenhagen around 1650 – former Fortress Kastellet “Castellum Novum” 1620-60 with only 3 bastions. Plates of history of Kvæsthusbroen and Ofelia Place 1600-2016. Photo 2. july 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Fortress Kastellet – red barracks built 1661-64 view to Kings Gate (Kongeporten):

Principal route between the 2 gates in the fortress: Kings Gate (Kongeporten) in south and Norway Gate (Norgesporten) in north.

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Fortress Kastellet. View to principaæ route between the only 2 gates Kings Gate and Norway Gate

Fortress Kastellet. View to principal route between the only 2 gates in Fortress Kastellet: Kings Gate (south) and Norway Gate (north). Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Monument over Danmarks Internationale Indsats siden 1948.

Inaugurated 5. september 2011 by Her Majesty Queen Margrethe 2 of Denmark.

 

The National Monument in honour of danes in international mission since 1948 – all flowers and wreaths given in love to HKH Prince Henrik (1934-2018) placed on the Monument in Fortress Kastellet to honour all danes died in international missions.

 

The national Monument of Denmark International Missions since 1948: ” A TIME. A PLACE , A PERSON, Kastellet, Copenhagen.

Monument over Danmarks Internationale Indsats: ” En tid, et sted, et menneske “,  Kastellet, København.
Inscriptions of names of danish personal army, police and rescue personals, who died in danish international missions since 1948 under command of United Nations (UN) Peace operations.
 

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SPACE: A TIME, SPACE: A PLACE , SPACE: A PERSON.

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National Monument of danish Internal Missions since 1948. Vie to SPAVE A TIME (in front), SPACE A PLACE (in middle) AND SPACE A PERSON 8in distance).

National Monument of Danish Internal Missions since 1948. View to SPACE: A TIME (in front), SPACE: A PLACE (in middle) AND SPACE: A PERSON (in distance). Photo 10 AM 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

The national Monument of Denmark International Missions since 1948: ” A TIME. A PLACE , A PERSON, Kastellet, Copenhagen.
SPACE: A TIME

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Monument Denmark International Missions. SPACE: A TIME: Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

National Monument of Denmark International Missions. SPACE: A TIME. Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

The national Monument of Denmark International Missions since 1948: ” A TIME. A PLACE , A PERSON, Kastellet, Copenhagen.
SPACE: A PLACE.
View to inscriptions of all danish international missions since 1948.

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National Monument iof Denmark International Missions since 1948. SPACE: A PLACE. Photo 22. februar 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

National Monument of Denmark International Missions since 1948. SPACE: A PLACE. Photo 22. februar 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

The national Monument of Denmark International Missions since 1948: ” A TIME. A PLACE , A PERSON, Kastellet, Copenhagen.
SPACE: A PLACE (in front) and SPACE: A PERSON (in distance).
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Nationale Monumnet Danmarks

National Monument of Denmark International Missions since 1948. Photo to SPACE: A PERSON. Photo in direction Princess Bastion with ramparts 10 AM 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

The national Monument of Denmark International Missions since 1948: ” A TIME. A PLACE , A PERSON, Kastellet, Copenhagen.
SPACE: A PERSON. 
Inscriptions of names of danish personal army, police and rescue personals, who died in danish international missions since 1948 under command of United Nations (UN) Peace operations.
 
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Monument Danmark International Missions since 1948. SPACE: A PERSON. Names of all danes who died. Photo 22. februar 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Monument Danmark International Missions since 1948 under Command of United Nations (UN) Peace Operations. SPACE: A PERSON. Inscriptions of wall of norwegin marble names of all danes – army, navy, air force, police and rescue personals, who died in combat operations since 1948. Photo 22. februar 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

The national Monument of Denmark International Missions since 1948: ” A TIME. A PLACE , A PERSON, Kastellet, Copenhagen.
SPACE: A PERSON. 
Inscriptions of names of danish personal army, police and rescue personals, who died in danish international missions since 1948 under command of United Nations (UN) Peace operations.
 
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National Monument of Denmark Inernatinal Missions since 1948. A student read text of a

National Monument of Denmark Internati0nal Missions since 1948. A student read text of circumstances of a dane died in international missions since 1948 under Command of United Nations (UN) Peace Operations. Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

The national Monument of Denmark International Missions since 1948: ” A TIME. A PLACE , A PERSON, Kastellet, Copenhagen.
SPACE: A PERSON. 
Inscriptions of names of danish personal army, police and rescue personals, who died in danish international missions since 1948 under command of United Nations (UN) Peace operations.

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National Monument of Denmark International Missions since 1948. SPACE: A PERSON: Phot 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

National Monument of Denmark International Missions since 1948. SPACE: A PERSON: Phot 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

The national Monument of Denmark International Missions since 1948: ” A TIME. A PLACE , A PERSON, Kastellet, Copenhagen.
View from top of Princess Bastion to Fortress Kastellet with ramparts.
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Fortress Kastellet with ramparts. View from top of Princess bastion to Monument

Fortress Kastellet with ramparts. View from top of Princess Bastion to National Monument of Denmark International Missions since 1948. Photo in direction south 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

History of Fortress Kastellet – built 1661-64 and inaugurated 28. october 1664 as a fortress with 5 bastions, ramparts and moats:

Kastellet Fortress. 

Begun by King Christian 4 (King of Denmark and Norway 1588-1648) as Sct. Annae Skanse 1622-40 with 3 bastions as protection to the entrance at Copenhagen Harbour. 1661-65 Kastellet was rebuilt with 5 bastions by Holland engineur Henrik Ruse invited by King Frederik 3 (King of Denmark and Norway 1648-70). Inaugurated 28. oktober 1664. 

View to Fortress Kastellet with ramparts and moats and to Copenhagen Inner Harbour with 2 cranes of former naval shipyard (1927-89) of former Naval Base “Holmen” (1680-1989):
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Fortress Kastellet with ramparts and moats. View in direction south to Copehagen Inner Harboru with 2 cranes of former shipyard of Naval Base Holmen (1680-1989). Phoot 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Fortress Kastellet with ramparts and moats. View in direction south to Copenhagen Inner Harbor with 2 cranes of former shipyard (1927-89) of Naval Base Holmen (1680-1989). Photo around 11.30 AM 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Fortress Kastellet.

View from rampart between Prinsess bastion and Count Bastion to drill ground, Kastelskirken built 1703 and Holland Windmill built 1847 on top of Kings Bastion, at right backside of Commander Building built 1725:

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Fortress kastellet

Fortress Kastellet. View to drill ground, Kastel Church (1703) with prison built 1725 behind and Holland windmill built 1847 on top of Kings Bastion. At right Commander Building built 1725. Photo in direction west to center of Fortress Kastellet 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from ramparts of Fortress Kastellet to Copenhagen Inner Harbour and former Naval Base “Holmen” (1680-1989) with Museum ship “Herluf Trolle” built 1965 and Mastekran built 1751: 

Seaplane terminal – flying route between Copenhagen Inner Harbour terminal and Aarhus Harbour Terminal.

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View to Copenhagen Inner Harbour from rampart of Fortress Kastellet.

View to Copenhagen Inner Harbour, Seaplane terminal and  Naval Base “Holmen” on island Nyholm from rampart of Fortress Kastellet. Photo in direction south 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Fortress Kastellet – view from top of Count Bastion to main entrance Kings Gate, “Kongeporten”, ramparts, moats and Queens Bastion:

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Fortress Kastellet.View from Bastion

Fortress Kastellet.View from Count Bastion to main entrance Kings Gate “Kongeporten”, ramparts, moats and Queens Bastion. Photo 22. februar 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Fortress Kastellet – view from top of Count Bastion to main entrance Kings Gate, “Kongeporten”, ramparts, moats and Queens Bastion:

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View from Count Bastion to main entrance Kings Gate "Kongeporten". Phoot 22. frebruary 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Fortrss kastellet. View from Count Bastion to main entrance Kings Gate “Kongeporten”, ramparts and moats.. Photo 22. frebruary 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from Count Bastion to Sct. Alban Church built 1882 as anglican english church, ravelin, ramparts, moats and bridges to entrance Fortress Kastellet:

In distance 6o meter high dome of Marble Church built 1751-1892.

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View from top of Count Bastion to Sct. Alban Church buili 1882, ramparts, moats and entrance bridges to south side of Fortress Kastellet. Phoot 22. februar 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

View from top of Count Bastion to Sct. Alban Church built 1882, ramparts, ravelin, moats and entrance bridges to south side of Fortress Kastellet. In distance 60 m high dome of Marble Church built 1751-1892. Photo 22. februar 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Fortress Kastellet – ravelin med bridges to entrance Kings Gate “Kongeporten”, ramparts and moats:

Monument sculpture of danes died during Second World War 1940-45.

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Fortress Kastellet. Monument of danes died under German occupation of Denmark under 2. World War 1940-45. View to ravelin with bridges to entrance Kings Gate "Kongeporten", ramparts and moats. Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Fortress Kastellet. Monument of danes died under German occupation of Denmark and in allied duty under 2. World War 9. april 1940 – 5. may 1945. View to ravelin with bridges to entrance Kings Gate “Kongeporten”, ramparts and moats. Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Fortress Kastellet bridges to ravelin and south entrance Kings Gate “Kongeporten”:

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Fortress Kastellt. View to ravelin with bridges to sout gat Kings Gate "Kongeporten", ramparts and moats. Phot indirection north 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Fortress Kastellet. View to ravelin with bridges to south gate Kings Gate “Kongeporten”, ramparts and moats. Photo in direction north 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Churchill Park – neighbor to Sct. Alban Church and Fountain Gefion with sculpture of a danish resistance soldier Anders Lassen died in allied duty under 2. Word War 1940-45:

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Churchil park with scuplturs of 2 danish resistance oldies under 2. World War. Photo 22. february 2018 by erik K Abrahamsen.

Churchill Park with scupltures of danish resistance soldier Anders Lassen died in allied duty under 2. World War 1940-45. Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

På hjemmeværnets hjemmeside findes en artikel om Anders Lassens liv og helteindsats. under 2. versdenskrig: KLIK på: hjv.dk og klik derefter på Kategori “VIDEN OM”. Her skriver du Anders Lassen i SØGEFELT og du finder her artiklen: ” 6. december 2015 – Jul i den gamle fæstning Kastellet”.

 

View from Custom House Building (Toldboden) to former Naval Base “Holmen” 1680-1989, today Marinestation Copenhagen on island Nyholm with Museumship Peder Skram built 1965, Mastekranen built 1751:

Former Naval Base Holmen 1680-1989 – today Navy Station Copenhagen (Marinestation København) on island Nyholm is protected area.

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View fro Custom House to former Naval Base Holmen 1680-1989 with museumship Herluf Trolle built 1965 and Mastekranen built 1751. Photo in direction sour 22. february 2018 by erik K Abrahamsen

View from Custom House to former Naval Base Holmen 1680-1989 with museumship Peder Skram built 1965 and Mastekranen built 1751. Photo in direction south around 11.45 AM 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

View from Custom House Building to former Naval Base “Holmen” 1680-1989 on island Nyholm with Museumship Peder Skram built 1965, Mastekranen built 1751:

 

View to former naval base "Holmne" 1680-1989

View to former Naval Base “Holmen” 1680-1989 with museumship Peder Skram built 1965 and Mastekranen built 1751 on island Nyholm. Photo in direction south 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Copenhagen Inner Harbour – view to Copenhagen Opera built 2002-04 and 2 cranes from former Naval Shipyard 1927-89:

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Copenhage Inner harbour. View to Copenhagen Opera and 2 cranes from former shipyard 1927-1989. At right Head Quarter A.P.Moeller Maersk. Photo 22. febrauary 2+18 by Erik K Abrahamsen

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to Copenhagen Opera and 2 cranes from former shipyard 1927-1989. At right Head Quarter A.P. Moeller Maersk. Photo in direction south-west  around 11.45 AM 22. febrauary 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Copenhagen Inner Harbour – view to Copenhagen Opera built 2002-04 and 2 cranes from former Naval Shipyard 1927-89:

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to Copenhagen Opera and former Naval Shipyard 1927-89. Phoot in direction south-est 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to Copenhagen Opera and former Naval Shipyard 1927-89. Photo in direction south-east 11.45 AM 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Copenhagen Inner Harbour – view to 3 storehouses built 1790-1800, Ofelia Place “Kvæsthusbroen” and new Copenhagen Theatre built 2004-07:

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Copenhagen Inner harbour

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to 3 storehouses built 1790-1800 and bronze statue by Michelangelo “David”, copy 1505. At left Ofelia Place “Kvæsthusbroen” with Copenhagen Theatre built 2004-07. Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Copenhagen Inner Harbour – view to entrance of Harbour, former Naval Base Holmen 1680-1989 on island Nyholm and Store House built 1790-1800:

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Copenhage Inner Harbour. View to entrance to harbour, former naval Base Holmen 1680-1989 and store house built 1790-1800. Photo 22. february 2018 by erik K Abrahamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to entrance to harbour, former Naval Base Holmen 1680-1989, Mastekranen built 1751 and Store House built 1790-1800 with bronze statue “David”, copy 1505 by Michelangelo. Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View to Copenhagen Opera and Ofelia Place on “Kvæsthusbroen”:

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to Copenhagen Opera and Ofelia Place on "Kvæsthusbroen". Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to Copenhagen Opera and Ofelia Place on “Kvæsthusbroen” at right. Photo around 11.50 AM 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Amalienborg Royal Palaces built 1751-60 by architect Nicolai Eigtved (1701-54):

View to equestrian statue by King Frederik 5 by sculptor Saly 1770 and Marble Church (Frederikskirken) built 1751-1892.

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Amalienborg royal Palaces built 1751-60. Photo in direction to equestrian state of King Frederik 5 by sculptor Saly 1770. Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Amalienborg Royal Palaces built 1751-60. Photo in direction to equestrian statue of King Frederik 5 by sculptor Saly 1770. Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Amalienborg Royal Palace – view to Brockdorff Palace, Home of crown prince Frederik and crown princess Mary and their 4 children:

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Amalienborg Royal Palaces. View to rockdorff Palace. Photo 22. february 2018 by erik K Abrahamsen.

Amalienborg Royal Palaces. View to Brockdorff Palace. Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Equestrian statue of King Frederik 5 (King of Denmark and Norway 1746-70) by sculptor Saly 1770:

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Amalienborg Royal Palaces. View to equasterien state by King Frederik 5 by sculpture Saly 1770. Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Amalienborg Royal Palaces. View to equesterien state by King Frederik 5 by sculptor Saly 1770 and Brockdorff Palace. Photo 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Amalienborg Royal Palaces built 1751-60 with equestrian statue of Kong Frederik 5 by sculptor Saly 1770:

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Amalienborg Royal palaces with equestrian state by Kind Frederik 5 by sculptor salt 1770. photo indirection north 22. february 2018 by erik K abrahamsen,

Amalienborg Royal Palaces with equestrian statue by Kind Frederik 5 by sculptor Saly 1770. Photo indirection north 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Copenhagen Inner Harbour – view to Ofelia Place,  “Kvæsthusbroen”:

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Copenhagen Inner harbour. View to Ofelia Place, Quai "Kvæsrhusbroen". View in direction east 22. februarry 2018 by erik K Abrahamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to Ofelia Place,  “Kvæsthusbroen” and former Naval Base “Holmen” 1680-1989 on island Nyholm. View in direction east 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View to Copenhagen Inner Harbour in direction east to Copenhagen Opera built 2002-04 and former Naval Shipyard built 1927-89 and former Naval Base “Holmen” on island Nyholm with museumship Peder Skram built 1965 and Mastekranen built 1751:

 

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to Copenhagen Opera built 2002-04. Photo in direction east 22. january 2018 by erik K Abragahsmen

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to Copenhagen Opera built 2002-04 and former Naval Base “Holmen” 1680-1989 on island Nyholm. Photo in direction east 22. january 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View to New Copenhagen Theatre built 2004-07 and new 180 meter long walk-and bike slide bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” connecting Nyhavn and Christianshavn. 

At left Greenland Trading Company store house built 1765-67 on Nordatlantens Brygge.

 

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Copenhagen Inner harbour. View to new Copenhagen Theatre built 2004-07 and new 180 m along walk-and bike b´slide bridge connecting Nyhavn and Christianshavn. Photo 22. january 2018 by erik K abrahamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View on right to new Copenhagen Theatre built 2004-07 and new 180 m long walk-and bike slide bridge connecting Nyhavn and Christianshavn. At left Greenland Trading store house built 1765-67 on Nordatlantens Brygge  on Christianshavn. Photo around 12.00 PM 22. january 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View to New Copenhagen Theatre built 2004-07 and new 180 meter long walk-and bike slide bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” connecting Nyhavn and Christianshavn. 

At left spire of Our Saviour Church (Vor Frelsers Kirke) built 1682-94 and at right spire of Christians Church built 1755-59 by architect Nicolai Eigtved (1701-54) on Christianshavn.

 

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to new walk- and bike slide bridge "Inderhavnsbroen" connecting Nyjavn and Christianshavn. At right new Royal Theatre built 2004-07. Phoot 22. february 2018 by erik K Abrahamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to new 180 m walk- and bike slide bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” built 2011-16 connecting Nyhavn and Christianshavn. At right new Royal Theatre built 2004-07.  At left spire of Our Saviour Church built 1682-94 on Christianshavn. Photo  around 12.00 AM 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to new 180 meter long walk-and bike slide bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” connecting Nyhavn and Christianshavn. 

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Copenhage Inner Harbour. View to new 10 m long walk. and bike slide bridge connecting Nyhavn and Christianshavn. Phot in direction west 22. february 2018 by erik K Abrahamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to new 180 m long walk- and bike slide bridge connecting Nyhavn and Christianshavn. Photo in direction west around 12.05 PM 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Copenhagen Inner Harbour – Canal Nyhavn built 1672-74 for trade:

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Copenhagen Inner harbour. Canal Nyhavn with store house Nyhavn 71 built 1805. Phoot in direction north 22. january 2018 by erik K Abeagamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. Canal Nyhavn with store house Nyhavn 71 built 1805. Photo in direction north  around 12.10 PM 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Nyhavn Canal built 1672-74 for trade with store houses close to wharf:

Nyhavn “sunny side” – anno 2018 Winter.

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Nyhavn "Sunny Side". Former store houses close to wharf. Phot in direction north 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Nyhavn “Sunny Side”. Former store houses for trade built 1750-1800 close to wharf. Photo in direction north 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Nyhavn Canal – view to new 180 m long walk-and bike slide bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” connecting Nyhavn and Christianshavn:

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Copenhagen Inner harbour. Nyhavn Canal. View to new 180 m long walk-and bike slide bridge connecting Nyhavn and Christianhavn. View in direction south 22. february 2018 by erik K abrahamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. Nyhavn Canal. View to new 180 m long walk-and bike slide bridge connecting Nyhavn and Christianhavn i middle of photo. View in direction south 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from new 180 m long walk-and bike slide bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” connecting Nyhavn and Christianshavn:

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View from new 180 m long walk-and bike slide bridge to at left New Royal Theatre built 2004-07, Ofelia Place on Kvæsthusbroen, 3 store houses built 1790-1800, Naval Base Holmen 1680-1989 with Museumship Peder Skram built 1965, Mastekranen built 1751, Naval Shipyard 1927-89, New Dock with Pump House built 1858 and New Copenhagen Opera built 2002-04 by architect Henning Larsen.

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View from new 180 m long walk-and bike slide bridge to at left New Royal Theatre built 2004-07, 3 store houses built 1790-1800, Naval Base Holmen 1680-1989 with Wuseumship Herluf Trolle built 1965, Masetkranen built 1751, Naval Shipyard 1927-89, New Dock with Pump House built 1858 and New Copenhagen Opera built 2002-04.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View in direction east from new 180 m long walk-and bike slide bridge to at left New Royal Theatre built 2004-07, Ofelia Place on Kvæsthusbroen, 3 store houses built 1790-1800, Naval Base Holmen 1680-1989 with Museumship Peder Skram built 1965, Mastekranen built 1751, Naval Shipyard 1927-89, New Dock with Pump House built 1858 and New Copenhagen Opera built 2002-04.  by architect Henning Larsen. Photo 12.15 PM 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from new 180 m long walk-and bike slide bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” connecting Nyhavn and Christianshavn:

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View from new 180 m long walk-and bike slide bridge to Naval Base Holmen 1680-1989 with Museumship Peder Skram built 1965, Mastekranen built 1751, Naval Shipyard 1927-89, New Dock with Pump House built 1858 and New Copenhagen Opera built 2002-04 by architect Henning Larsen.

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View from Inderhavnsbroen to former Naval Base Holmen 1680-1989, Museumship Herluf Trolle built 1965., Mastekranen built 1751, former Naval shipyard with 2 cranes 1927-89, New Dock with Pumphouyse built 1858 and

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View from Inderhavnsbroen to former Naval Base Holmen 1680-1989, Museumship Peder Skram built 1965, Mastekranen built 1751, former Naval shipyard with 2 cranes 1927-89, New Dock with Pump house built 1858 and New Copenhagen Opera built 2002-04  by architect Henning Larsen. Photo in direction east to entrance  Fortress “Trekroner” of Copenhagen Harbor 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

EXSTRA  – photo 28. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen:

View from former Naval Shipyard 1927-89 to former Naval Base “Holmen” – today Marine Station Copenhagen with Museumship “Peder Skram” built 1965, Hovedvagten “Under Kronen” and Mastekranen built 1751:

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View from former Naval Shipyard 1927-89 to former Naval Base "Holmen" - today Marine Station Copenhagen with Museumship "Herluf Trolle" built 1965, Hovedvagte "Under Kronen), Mastekranen built 1751. Phoot 28. february 2018 by erik K Abrahamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View from former Naval Shipyard 1927-89 to former Naval Base “Holmen” – today Marine Station Copenhagen with Museumship “Peder Skram” built 1965, Hovedvagten “Under Kronen” and Mastekranen built 1751. Photo  in direction east around 3.30 PM 28. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

 

EXSTRA  – photo 28. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen:

View from former Naval Shipyard 1927-89 to former Naval Base “Holmen” – today Marine Station Copenhagen with Museumship “Peder Skram” built 1965, Hovedvagten “Under Kronen” and Mastekranen built 1751:

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View from former

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View from former Naval Shipyard 1927-89 to former Naval Base “Holmen” – today Marine Station Copenhagen with Museumship “Peder Skram” built 1965, Hovedvagten “Under Kronen” and Mastekranen built 1751. Photo  in direction east around 3.30 PM 28. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from new 180 m long walk-and bike slide bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” connecting Nyhavn and Christianshavn:

View from Inderhavnsbroen to Nordatlantens Brygge with Greenland Trading Company store house built 1765-67 and new domestic houses on Krøyers Square in Christianshavn.

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View from Inderhavnsbroen to Nordatlantens Brygge with GreenLand Trade store house built 1767 and new domestic houses on Krøyers Squate i Christianshavn. Phoot in direction south 22. february 2+18 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

View from Inderhavnsbroen to Nordatlantens Brygge with Greenland Trading Company store house built 1765-67 and new domestic houses on Krøyers Square in Christianshavn. Photo in direction south 12.45 PM 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from new 180 m long walk-and bike slide bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” connecting Nyhavn and Christianshavn:

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View from Inderhavnsbroen to at left Christianshavn, Knippelsbro , Spire on Christiansborg Castle and houses on quarter Gammelholm. 

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View from Inderhavnsbroen to at left Christianshavn, Knippelsbro and houses on quarter Gammelholm. Phot in direction west 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View from Inderhavnsbroen to at left Christianshavn, Knippelsbro , Spire on Christiansborg Castle and houses on quarter Gammelholm. Photo in direction west 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Nyhavn Canal built 1672-74 for trade:

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Nyhavn Canal built 1672-74 for trade. Pho in direction north 22. january 2018 by erik K Abrahamsen.

Nyhavn Canal built 1672-74 for trade. In distance main square Kongens Nytorv. Photo in direction north 12.45 PM 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Nyhavn Canal built 1672-74 for trade with store houses built 1750-1800 close to wharf:

Nyhavn “sunny side” – anno 2018 Winter.

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Nyhavn "Sunny Sid". Soire houses for trade built 1750-1800 close to wharf. Photo in direction north 22. february 2018 by erik K Abrahamsen.

Nyhavn “Sunny Side”. Store houses for trade built 1750-1800 close to wharf. Photo in direction north 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Nyhavn Canal built 1672-74 for trade with store houses close to wharf:

Nyhavn “sunny side” – anno 2018 Winter.

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Nyahvn sunny side. View to old store houses close to wharf. Photo in direction north 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Nyavvn sunny side. View to old store houses close to wharf. Photo in direction north 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Nyhavn Canal built 1672-74 for trade with store houses close to wharf:

Nyhavn “sunny side” – anno Winter 2018.

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Nyhavn "Sunny Side". View to old store houses for trade close to wharf of canal. Photo in direction north 22. february 2018 by erik K Abrahamsen.

Nyhavn “Sunny Side”. View to old store houses for trade close to wharf of canal. Photo in direction north 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Nyhavn Canal built 1672-74 for trade with store houses close to wharf:

Nyhavn “sunny side” – anno Winter 2018.

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Nyhavn Sunny Side. View to old store houses for tea close to wharf. Phot in direction south 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Nyhavn Sunny Side. View to old store houses for trade close to wharf. Photo in direction south 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Nyhavn Canal built 1672-74 for trade with store houses close to wharf:

Nyhavn “sunny side” – anno Winter 2018.

View to safety concrete barracks as bench, flowers and climbing wall for children:

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Nyhavn "Sunny Side".

Nyhavn “Sunny Side”. View to old store houses  for trade built 1685-1800 close to wharf. Photo in direction north 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Nyhavn Canal built 1672-74 for trade with store houses close to wharf:

Nyhavn “sunny side” – anno Winter 2018.

View to safety concrete barracks as bench, flowers and climbing wall for children:

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Nyhavn Sunny Side. View to safety concrete barracks as bench, flowers and climbing wall for children.

Nyhavn Sunny Side. View to safety concrete barracks as bench, flowers and climbing wall for children. Photo in direction north 22. february 2+08 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Kongens Nytorv built 1670 by Christian 5 (King of Denmark and Norway 1670-99).

View to Thott Palace built 1683 by Admiral Niels Juel – today French Embassy since 1930:

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Kongens Nytorv. Thott Palace built by Admiral Niels Juel

Kongens Nytorv. Thott Palace built 1683 by Admiral Niels Juel. Today French Embassy since 1930. Photo around 1.00 PM 22. february 2018 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Map of Copenhagen City:

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Map of Copenhagen City.

Map of Copenhagen City. Photo by Erik K Abrahamsen 2014.

 

 

Text and photos Copyright Erik K Abrahamsen 2018

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Enjoy life – be happy!

 

 

Melby, North Sealand, Denmark the 27. february 2018

 

Best wishes

Erik

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