Copenhagen spring 2019 – experience Inner Harbour, new walk-and bike Innerharbour Bridges, Nyhavn, Kings Square and Rosenborg Royal Palace in Kings Garden

 

 

 

København forår 2019 – oplev Inderhavnen, ny cykel- og gangbroer “Inderhavnsbroen” og “Lille Langebro”, Nyhavn, Kongens Nytorv og Rosenborg Slot i Kongens Have.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Text and photos by Erik K Abrahamsen, april and may 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Royal Danish Library, “Diamanten”, Copenhagen Inner Harbour:

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Royal Danish Library “Diamanten”, Copenhagen Inner Harbour, Photo i direction east to Knippels Bridge 15 may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

 

Here in spring 2019 I will take you on a 5 km walk, bike and run trip from shopping center Fisketorvet on Havneholmen through Copenhagen Inner Harbour to Nyhavn, Kings Square and Kings Garden with Rosenborg Palace. 

Its midday – lunchtime and the weather is beautiful with around 20 degrees celcius.

 

In the last 20 years Copenhagen Inner Harbour has been open up for residences and recreation for all inhabitants of Copenhagen.

From serving as a busy commercial harbour the last 500 years now Copenhagen Inner Harbour have become a unique area of splendid architecture, walk and bike bridges, swimming pools close to wharfs and bathing in the clean water of the harbour.

You can walk, run and bike along the north- and south side of Copenhagen Inner Harbour.  

 

Map of Copenhagen:

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Map of Copenhagen. Photo 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

I start my walk and bike at Fisketorvet Shopping Center close to The Snake Bridge “Cykelslangen” at Havneholmen in Copenhagen Inner Harbour.

 

Fisketorvet, Havneholmen at Copenhagen Inner Harbour – view to The Snake Bridge (Cykelslangen) i direction east to Inner Harbour:

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Fisketorvet at Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to The Snake Bridge (Cykelslangen) and Copenhagen Inner Harbour. Photo in direction east 15. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

 

From east at Nyhavn/”Inderhavnsbroen” to west at Sluseholmen  and back you can follow  the 13 km long “Havneringen” alongside quays and wharfs:

 

Map of the 13 km long walk-, run- and bike route “Havneringen” in Copenhagen Inner Harbour:

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Map of “Havneringen” in Copenhagen Inner Harbour. Thanks to Copenhagen Kommune, Teknik- og Miljøforvaltningen for using this map.

 

I walk/bike on wharfs alongside Copenhagen Inner Harbour from Havneholmen to Kalvebod Brygge:

 

Kalvebod Brygge:

I pass this water restaurant “green Island” in Copenhagen Inner Harbour:

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Kalvebod Brygge, Copenhagen Inner Harbour, restaurant “green Island”. Photo 15. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Restaurant “green Island” in Copenhagen Inner Harbour:

View in direction south ti Islands Brygge on Island Amager.

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Kalvebod Brygge. Rstaurant “green Island”. View to Island Brygge on Island Amager. Photo 15. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Kalvebod Brygge

– view in direction east to Mariott Hotel and bathing jetty for recreation and exercises in Copenhagen Inner Harbour:

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Kalvebod Brygge. View in direction east to bathing jetty. Photo 15. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Kalvebod Brygge

– bathing jetty for recreation and exercises in Copenhagen Inner Harbour:

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Kalvebod Brugge. View in direction east to Langebro bridge connecting Copenhagen Inner City and Island Amager. Photo 15. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Kalvebod Brygge

– bathing jetty for recreation and exercises in Copenhagen Inner Harbour:

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Kalvebod Brygge. Bathing jetty close to Marriot Hotel and restaurant “green Island”. Photo in direction east 15. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Kalvebod Brygge

– bathing jetty for recreation and exercises in Copenhagen Inner Harbour:

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Kalvebod Brygge. Bathing jetty for recreation. View to Island Brygge. Photo 15. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from Kalvebod Brygge to Havneholmen and “Bryggebroen” connecting Havneholmen and Fisketorvet via “The bicycle Snake” (Cykelslangen) with Islands Brygge on Island Amager:

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View in direction west from Kalvebod Brygge to Havneholmen, Fisketorvet, “The Bicycle Snake” and bike- and walk bridge connecting Havneholmen with Islands Brygge on island Amager. Photo 15. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from Kalvebod Brygge to Havneholmen and “Bryggebroen” connecting Havneholmen and Fisketorvet via “The bicycle Snake” (Cykelslangen) with Islands Brygge on Island Amager:

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View from Kalvebod Brygge to Havneholmen and “Bryggebroen” connecting Havneholmen and Fisketorvet with Islands Brygge on island Amager. Photo in direction west 15. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Kalvebod Brygge – view to Langebro bridge connecting Copenhagen City with island Amager

– bathing jetty for recreation and exercises in Copenhagen Inner Harbour:

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Kalvebod Brygge – view in direction east to Langebro bridge connecting Copenhagen City with island Amager. At right Islands Brygge with swimming pool in Copenhagen Inner Harbour. Photo 15. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Kalvebod Brygge – view in direction west Copenhagen Inner Harbour and Islands Brygge with outdoor swimming pool:

– bathing jetty for recreation and exercises in Copenhagen Inner Harbour:

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Kalvebod Brygge – view to Copenhagen Inner Harbour and Islands Brygge with outdoor swimming pool. Photo in direction west 15. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

I continue my walk passing under Langebro bridge and through the new Realdania building BLOX with Dansk Arkitektur Center (DAC) to

Christians Brygge.

 

Christians Brygge:

View to Søren Kirkegaards Plads, BLOX with Dansk Arkitektur Center and new bike and walk bridge “Lille Langebro” between Amager and Copenhagen City:

 Realdania.dk Cykel og gangbro “Lille Langebro” åbner efteråret 2019

 

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Christians Brygge. View to Søren Kirkegaards Plads, BLOX med Dansk Arkitektur Center and new bike and walk bridge “Lille Langebro” between Amager and Copenhagen City. Photo in direction west 15. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Christians Brygge.

View to Søren Kirkegaards Plads, BLOX with Dansk Arkitektur Center and new bike and walk bridge “Lille Langebro” between Amager and Copenhagen City:

 

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Christians Brygge. View from Søren Kirkegaards Plads to BLOX and new bike- and walk bridge “Lille Langebro” between Amager island and Copenhagen City. Photo in direction west 15. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Christians Brygge.

BLOX with Dansk Arkitektur Center and new bike and walk bridge “Lille Langebro” between Amager and Copenhagen City:

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Christians Brygge. New bike and walk bridge between Amager island and Copenhagen City. Photo in direction south 15 may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Christians Brygge.

View from Realdania BLOX and Dansk Arkitektur Center to Søren Kirkegaards Plads, Royal Danish Library “Diamanten” and Knippels Bridge connecting Copenhagen City and Christianshavn:

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Christians Brygge. View from Realdania BLOX and Dansk Arkitektur Center to Kirkegaards Plads, Royal Danish Library and Knippels Bridge. Photo in direction east 15. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Christians Brygge – view to  Søren Kirkegaards Plads and Royal Danish Library “Diamanten”:

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Christians Brygge. View to Søren Kirkegaards Plads and Royal Danish Library “Diamanten”. Photo in direct east to Knippels Bridge. 15. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Christians Brygge.

Royal Danish Library “Diamanten”:

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Christians Brygge. View to Royal Danisk Library “Diamanten”. Photo 15. may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View in direction south from promenade in from of Royal Danish Library “Diamanten” to Christianshavn with Circle Bridge designed by Olafur Elliassen:

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Christians Brygge. View from promenade in front of Royal Danish Library Diamanten to Christianshavn with Circle Bridge. Photo in direction south 15. may 2019 by Erik k Abrahamsen.

 

Relaxed atmosphere on Søren Kirkegaards Plads this sunny spring in may 2019:

View to BLOX and Dansk Arkitektur Center.

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Christians Brygge. View to Søren Kirkegaards Plads to BLOX and Danish Architecture Center. At right Kongens Bryghus built by king Christians 4 around 1630. Photo 15 may 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

We continue our walk, bike and run route passing quarter Gammelholm to Nyhavn with new  180 m long bike- and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” connecting Nyhavn and Christianshavn on island Amager:

Map of Copenhagen City:

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Map of Copenhagen City. Photo 2015 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Nyhavn at Copenhagen Inner Harbour:

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Nyhavn, Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to new 180 m long bike-and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” connecting Nyhavn and Christianhavn. Photo in direction south april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Planche at Nyhavn Canal “Havneringen”, the 13 km long Copenhagen Inner Harbour Ring Route:

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Plance at Nyhavn Canal “Havneringen”. Photo april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Copenhagen Inner Harbour.

View in direct west from top of 180 m long new walk- and bike bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” connecting Nyhavn with Christianshavn on island Amager:

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Inderhavnsbroen, Copenhagen Inner Harbor. View from top in direction west to Knippelsbro. Photo april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from top of Inderhavnsbroen in direction south to North Atlantic Brygge with storehouse built 1766-67, Christianhavn:

 

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View from top af Inderhavnsbroen to North Atlantic Brygge with store house built 1766-67, Christianshavn. Photo in direction south april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Copenhagen Inner Harbour.

View in direct east from top of 180 m long new walk- and bike bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” connecting Nyhavn with Christianshavn on island Amager to Royal Theater at left and Royal Opera at right:

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View from top of Inderhavnsbroen in direction east to Copenhagen Royal Theater at left and Copenhagen Royal Opera at right. Photo april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from walk-and bike bridge Trangravsbroen on Christianshavn to new 180 m long walk and bike bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” from Christianhavn to Nyhavn :

At left on photo outdoor street food restaurants.

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North Atlantic Brygge. View from bike-and walk bridge “Trangravsbroen” to new 180 m long bike-and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” i back of photo. At left street food restaurants. Photo in direction north april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from bike-and walk bridge “Trangravsbroen” connecting Iceland Brygge with North Atlantic Brygge and island Arsenaløen on Christianshavn:

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View from bike-and walk bridge “Trangravsbroen” to Christianshavns Canal. At left Iceland Storehouse. Photo in direction west april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from bike-and walk bridge “Trangravsbroen” connecting Iceland Brygge with North Atlantic Brygge and island Arsenaløen on Christianshavn to houseboat and a swan on its nest:

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View from bike-and walk bridge Trangravsbroen to island Arsenaløen, houseboat and a swan on its nest. Photo april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from bike-and walk bridge “Trangravsbroen” connecting Iceland Brygge with North Atlantic Brygge and island Arsenaløen on Christianshavn to houseboat and a swan on its nest, birds use what is at hand!!:

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View from bike-and walk bridge “Trangravsbroen” to Trangraven canal with a nest of a swan. Photo april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Have a lunch?

Here is outdoor street food restaurants:

 

View from Christianshavn to new 180 m long walk and bike bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” from Christianhavn to Nyhavn :

At left on photo outdoor street food restaurants.

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North Atlantic Brygge. View in direction north to new 180 m long bike- and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” connecting Christianhavn with Nyhavn in the distance. At left outdoor street food restaurants. Photo april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Nyhavn:

View in direction south to Copenhagen Inner Harbour and 180 m long bike- and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” connection Nyhavn with Christianshavn.

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Nyhavn. View in direction south to Copenhagen Inner Harbour and 180 m long bike- and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” connection Nyhavn with Christianshavn. Photo april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Nyhavn – view in direction north to “sunny side”:

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Nyhavn – view to “sunny side”. Photo april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Nyhavn – built 1672-74:

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Nyhavn. Photo april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Nyhavn – view in direction south:

Nyhavn Canal is 400 meter long, 25 meter wide and 6 meter deep.

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Nyhavn Canal. View in direction south. Photo april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Nyhavn – view in direction north to Kings New Square, Kongens Nytorv:

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Nyhavn. View in direction north to Kings New Square – Kongens Nytorv. Photo april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Selling homemade handcraft on wharf in Nyhavn:

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Nyhavn. Selling homemade handcraft at wharf. Phoot april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

I continue my walk, bike and run tour to Kings Square- Kongens Nytorv which is neighbor to Nyhavn:

Originally built of King Christian 5 1672-84.

To day under reconstruction aften 7 years underground construction of Copenhagen Circle Metro.

 

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Kings New Square – Kongens Nytorv. Built 1672-84 by King Christian 5, king of Denmark and Norway 1670-99. Photo april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Kings Square- Kongens Nytorv which is neighbor to Nyhavn:

Originally built of King Christian 5 1672-84.

French Embassy – built as Thott Palace 1683-86 by danish admiral Niels Juel:

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Thott Palace, French Embassy, Kings Square. Photo april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

I continue my walk, bike and run tour to Kings Garden through street Gothersgade:

 

Spring in Kings Garden – Kongens Have:

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Spring in Kings Garden. Photo april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Spring in Kings Garden, Kongens Have – view to Rosenborg Palace built in style nederland-renaissance 1630-35 by king Christian 4, king of Denmark and Norway 1588-1648:

 

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Kings Garden, Kongens Have. View to Rosenborg Palace built in style nederland-renaissance by King Christian 4 1630-35. Photo april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

 

I hope you have enjoyed this 5 km walk, bike and run tour alongside Copenhagen Inner Harbour from Havneholmen/Fisketorvet to Nyhavn, Kings Square to Kings Garden.

 

SPRING COPENHAGEN, DENMARK 2019:

Kings Garden – Kongens Have.

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SPRING Copenhagen 2019, Kings Garden. Photo april 2019 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Links:

 Realdania.dk Cykel og gangbro “Lille Langebro” åbner efteråret 2019

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Text and photos  Copyright Erik K Abrahamsen 2019

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Melby, North Sealand 18. may 2019

 

Best wishes

Erik

 

 

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