Spring 2019 in Copenhagen – visit cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery, The Grundtvig´s Church and Frederiksberg Gardens with Swiss Cottage, Elephant viewpoint, Artificial waterfall, Pacifier tree and Frederiksberg Palace built 1699-1703.

 

 

 

Forår 2019 i København – besøg blomstrende japanske kirsebærtræer på Bispebjerg Kirkegård, Grundtvigskirken og Frederiksberg Have med Schweizer Hus, Elefant udkigspost, kunstigt vandfald, suttetræ og Frederiksberg Slot bygget 1699-1703 i italiensk barok stil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Text and photos Erik K Abrahamsen, monday 1. april 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen:

Monday 1. april 2019

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Cherry blossoms avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery, Copenhagen, Denmark. Photo 1. april 2019 at 12.30 pm by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

 

The 1. april 2019 is a day with spring all over Denmark. The temperature at midday is 10 degrees celcius and the sun shines on a blue sky without clouds.

I live 60 km north of Copenhagen and this day I drove to Copenhagen early in the morning to join friends in physical exercises as we have done the last 7 years every mondays 10-11.30 PM.

Full of energy from the exercises I decided to enjoy spring in Copenhagen on some of my favorite locations of the city.

 

Here is my photo story – SPRING 2019 COPENHAGEN:

 

Bispebjerg Cemetery – vue to cherry blossoms avenue:

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Bispebjerg Cemetery, Copenhagen. View in direction to cherry blossoms avenue in background of photo. Photo 1. april 2019 at 12.30 pm by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen:

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Cherry blossoms avenue, Bispebjerg Cemetery. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen:

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Cherry blossoms avenue in Bispeberg Cemetery. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen:

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Cherry blossoms avenue, Bispebjerg Cemetery, Copenhagen. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen:

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Cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery, Copenhagen. Photo 1. april 2019 at midday by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

EXSTRA – 5 days later:

Saturday 6. april 2019 I visited for the second time this spring Cherry Blossoms Avenue on Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen.

Cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen:

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Cherry blossoms avenue, Bispebjerg Cemetery, Copenhagen. Photo saterday 6. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Saturday 6. april 2019

Cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen:

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Cherry blossoms avenue, Bispebjerg Cemetery. Photo 6. april 2019 by Erik k Abrahamsen.

Saturday 6. april 2019

Cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen:

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Cherry blossoms avenue, Bispebjerg Cemetery. Photo 6. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Saturday 6. april 2019

Cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen:

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Cherry blossoms avenue, Bispebjerg Cemetery. Photo 6. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

In the end of this articles you can see more photos from saturday 6. april in Cherry blossoms avenue, Bispebjerg Cemetery.

 

Back to monday 1. april 2019:

 

SPRING 2019 Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen.

Crocus in color white and blue.

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Bispebjerg Cemetery, Copenhagen. Photo 1. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

MAP of Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen:

– the cemetery was consecrated 1903. Graves and urn graves are located among big green areas of trees and bushes.

There are common graves of german and russian soldiers and civilians died in 2. World War. 

 

The Cherry blossoms Avenue is marked with red color at “Søndre Kapel” (South Chapel)

– from entrance at Frederiksborgvej you can follow the red line directly to Cherry blossoms Avenue.

 

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Map of Bispebjerg Cemetery, Copenhagen. Scanned 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Urn graves on Bispebjerg Cemetery:

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Urn grave on Bispebjerg Cemetery. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Graves on Bispebjerg Cementery:

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Graves on Bispebjerg Cemetery. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

From Bispebjerg Cemetery I walked 500 m to visit Grundtvigs Church built 1921-40 in style expressionism/gotic by architect P. V. Jensen-Klint and his son Kaare Klint:

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Grundtvig´s Church, Bispebjerg Hill (Bispebjerg Bakke), Copenhagen. Photo 1. april midday 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

From Bispebjerg Cementery I walked 500 m to visit Grundtvigs Church built 1921-40 in style expressionism/gotic by architect P. V. Jensen-Klint and his son Kaare Klint:

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Grundtvig´s Church, Bispebjerg Bakke, Copenhagen. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Grundtvigs Church built 1921-40 in style expressionism/gotic:

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Grundtvig´s Church, Bispebjerg Bakke, Copenhagen. The church is close on monday. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

 

The clock is only 1.15 pm so I decided to drive 7 km south-west to Frederiksberg Gardens:

 

 

Frederiksberg Gardens – perfect for excursion, picnic, play, run and romantic adventure.

 

Frederiksberg Garden was built 1699-1703 by King Frederik 4 (King of Denmark and Norway 1699-1730) in style baroque with long geometric and wide symmetric lines of sight.

In 1802-04 the baroque garden was re-laid to a romantic garden inspired by english garden style with canals, bridges, temples, grottos with springs and winding paths through lawns, groves and range of hills.

 

View to main entrance at Frederiksberg Avenue to Frederiksberg Gardens:

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Main entrance at Frederiksberg Avenue to Frederiksberg Gardens. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Main entrance at Frederiksberg Avenue to Frederiksberg Garden with statue of King Frederik 6, king of Denmark 1808-39:

 

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Frederiksberg Gardens main entrance at Frederiksberg Avenue.  Statue of King Frederik 6, king of Denmark 1808-39. Photo in direction east 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Frederiksberg Palace built 1699-1703 in style italian-baroque by King Frederik 4, king of Denmark and Norway 1699-1730:

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Frederiksberg Palace built 1699-1703, Frederiksberg Gardens. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Frederiksberg Palace built 1699-1703 in style italian-baroque by King Frederik 4, king of Denmark and Norway 1699-1730:

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Frederiksberg Palace built 1699-1703 in style italian baroq. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Frederiksberg Garden – view to canals as part of the romantic garden with canals in english style built 1801-03 by King Frederik 6 (1868-1839), king of Denmark 1808-39:

Frederiksberg Gardens – view to Chinese Bridge.

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Frederiksberg Gardens. View to Chinese bridge. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Frederiksberg Gardens – view to swan on its nest and 3 herons in the distance:

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Frederiksberg Gardens. View to swan on its nest and 3 herons in the background of photo. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Frederiksberg Gardens – view to 4 herons:

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4 herons in Frederiksberg Gardens. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

The Swiss Cottage built 1801-03 when Frederiksberg Gardens was transformed from a former baroque garden to a romantic garden with lakes, canals and artificial waterfalls:

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Swiss Cottage builtin style romantic 1801-03 in Frederiksberg Gardens. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Viewpoint in Frederiksberg Gardens to elephants in Copenhagen Zoo:

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Viewpoint in Frederiksberg Gardens. View to elephants in Copenhagen Zoo. Photo 1. april 29019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from viewpoint in Frederiksberg Gardens to elephants in Copenhagen Zoo:

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View from viewpoint in Frederiksberg Garden to Elephants in Copenhagen Zoo. Phot 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from viewpoint in Frederiksberg Gardens to elephants in Copenhagen Zoo:

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View from viewpoint in Frederiksberg gardens to elephants in Copenhagen Zoo. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from viewpoint in Frederiksberg Gardens to elephants in Copenhagen Zoo:

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Viewpoint in Frederiksberg Gardens. View to elephants i Copenhagen Zoo. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Pacifier Tree in Frederiksberg Gardens:

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Pacifier in Frederiksberg Gardens. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Frederiksberg Garden – view to canals as part of the romantic garden in english style built 1801-03 by King Frederik 6 (1868-1839), king of Denmark 1808-39:

Artificial Waterfall in Frederiksberg gardens.

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Artificial Waterfall in Frederiksberg Garden. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View to “Storeøen” and “Andebakkeøen” with ferry connecting the two islands:

Map of Frederiksberg Garden.

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Plate of “Storeøen” and “Andebakkeøen” with ferry connecting the two islands in Frederiksberg Garden. Map of Frederiksberg Garden. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View to “Storeøen” and “Andebakkeøen”  – two islands with in summertime a ferry connecting them:

On “Andebakkeøen” – island wtih nets of herons in top of trees.

 

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View to “Storeøen” and “Andebakkeøen” with nets of herons in top of trees. Photo 1. april 2919 by Erik K Abrahamsen,

 

View from island “Storeøen” to island “Andebakkeøen”  – two islands with in summertime a ferry connecting them:

View to “Andebakkeøen” – island with herons and nets of herons in top of trees:

 

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View from island “Storeøen” to island “Andebakkeøen” with herons and nets in top of trees. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View through the original style baroque garden with long geometric and wide symmetric lines of sight to Frederiksberg Palace built 1699-1703:

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Frederiksberg Garden. View to Frederiksberg Palace built 1699-1703. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Frederiksberg Garden – view to canals as part of the romantic garden in english style built 1801-03 by King Frederik 6 (1868-1839), king of Denmark 1808-39:

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Frederiksberg Gardens, Copenhagen. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Frederiksberg Garden – view fra west to east of the garden to entrance at Frederiksberg Avenue:

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Frederiksberg Garden. View from west in direction east to main entrance at Frederiksberg Avenue. Photo in direction east 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Map of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg and Island Amager:

On the map you can find all the locations mentioned in my article:

Bispebjerg Cemetery, Frederiksborgvej 125, 2400 København NV,

Grundtvig´s Church,

Frederiksberg gardens  and

Copenhagen Zoo.

 

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Map of greater Copenhagen, Frederiksberg and Amager. Photo 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

 

 

At 3 pm I left Frederiksberg Garden and drove from Copenhagen 60 km north to my house in Melby, North Sealand – 2 km from Kattegat Sea.

 

I hope you enjoyed my photo story of some of my favorite places in wonderful Copenhagen – anno SPRING 2019.

 

 

Text and photos Copyrights Erik K Abrahamsen 2019

All rights reserved

 

 

Enjoy life – be happy!

 

Open your eyes to experience the beauty of nature that surround you:

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Cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue in Bispebjerg Cemetery. Photo 1. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Melby, North Sealand – monday 1. april 2019

 

Best wishes

Erik

 

EXSTRA:

Saturday 6. april 2019 I visited for the second time this spring Cherry Blossoms Avenue on Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen:

 

Cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen:

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Cherry blossoms avenue, Bispebjerg Cemetery, Copenhagen. Photo 6. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen:

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Cherry blossoms avenue, bispebjerg cemetery. Phoot 6. april 2019 by erik K abrahamsen.

 

Cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen:

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Cherry blossoms avenue, Bispebjerg Cemetery. Photo 6. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen:

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Cherry blossoms avenue, Bispebjerg Cemetery. Photo 6. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

LOVE IN THE AIR:

Cherry blossoms (Sakura) avenue at Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen:

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Love in the air – Cherry blossoms avenue, Bispebjerg Cementery. Photo 6. april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Updated saturday 6 april 2019.

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