Summer august 2020 in Copenhagen – experience Copenhagen Inner Harbour with people enjoying swim and play in hot temperature with more than 30 degrees celcius

 

 

 

Sommer august 2020 i København – oplev Københavns Inderhavn med mennesker der nyder at svømme og lege i hedebølge med mere end 30 grader celcius.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tekxt and photo Erik K Abrahamsen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copenhagen Inner Harbour at Amaliehaven the 7. august 2020:

View to Ophelia Place, Royal Theater and tower of Our Saviour Chuch on Christianshavn.

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to Amaliehaven, Ophelia Place, Kvæsthusbroen and Copenhagen Royal Theater built 2004-06. Photo in direction west 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

August 2020 was an extraordinary hot summer all over Denmark with 18 “summerdays” with more than 25 degrees and with 9 tropical days with more than 30 degrees celcius.

All danes enjoyed this august outdoor with friends and family with recommended social good distances in the midst of a coronar pandemic.

 

Friday the 7. august 2020 I went for a walk to Copenhagen Inner Harbour on this hot tropical summerday with more than 30 degrees celcius.

 

Here is my experience:

 

A PHOTO STORY – ONE HOUR WALK IN COPENHAGEN INNER HARBOUR, at 2-3 PM friday 7. august 2020.

 

Map of Copenhagen, Copenhagen Inner Harbour and Christianshavn:

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Map of Copenhagen City and Copenhagen Inner Harbour and Christianshavn. Photo by Erik K Abrahamsen 2014

 

Copenhagen Inner Harbour at Amaliehaven and Amalienborg Castle:

View to Copenhagen Opera built 2002-04.

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Amaliehaven, Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to fountain and Copenhagen Opera. Photo in direction south 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

.Copenhagen Inner Harbour at Amaliehaven:

View to former store houses built 1780 and former Naval Base Holmen 1680-1989 with former shipyard, Marinestation København at Nyholm and museumship fregat Peder Skram built 1965.

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View from Amaliehaven in direction east to former store houses built  around 1780. Photo 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour at Amaliehaven:

View to former Naval Base Holmen 1680-1989 with former shipyard, Marinestation København at Nyholm and museumship fregat Peder Skram built 1965.

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour at Amaliehaven. View to former Naval Base Holmen 1680-1989 and Marine Station København at Nyholm with naval museumship fregat Peder Skram. Photo 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour at Amaliehaven:

View to Copenhagen Opera built 2002-04.

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour at Amaliehaven. View to Copenhagen Opera. Photo in direction south 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour at Amaliehaven:

View to Amaileborg Castle built 1751-60 by architect Nicolai Eigtved (1701-54).

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour at Amalihaven.
View to Amaliehaven built 1983 and Amalienorg Castle built 1751-60 by architect Nicolai Eigtved (1701-54). Photo in direction north 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour at Amaliehaven:

View to Ophelia Quai.

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to Ophelia Quai and Copenhagen Royal Theater. Photo in direction south-west 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Copenhagen Inner Harbour at Amaliehaven:

View to Kvæsthusbroen.

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View to Kvæsthusbroen and Copenhagen Royal Theater. Photo in direction west 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Kvæsthusbroen Quai and Ophelia Place:

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Kvæsthusbroen and Ophelia Place as neighbor to Royal Theater built 2004-06. Photo in direction west 7 august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Kvæsthusbroen Quai and Ophelia Place:

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Kvæsthusbroen and Ophelia Place. View to Storehouses and Amaliehaven (Amaliegarden) built 1983. Photo in direction east 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Kvæsthusbroen Quai and Ophelia Place:

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Kvæsthusbroen Quai and Ophelia Place. Photo in direction east 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

VIew to Ophelia Place in Copenhagen Inner Harbour:

View to former Naval Base Holmen 1680-1989 and Marinestation København on Nyholm, Museumship Peder Skram built 1965, Mastekranen built 1749 and cranes from former shipyard 1927-89.

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Copenhagen Inner Harbour with view to Ophelia Place. Photo in direction east 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

View from panorama deck of Copenhagen Royal Theater to Ophelia Place in Copenhagen Inner Harbour:

View to former Naval Base Holmen 1680-1989 and Marinestation København on Nyholm, Museumship Peder Skram built 1965, Mastekranen built 1749 and cranes from former shipyard 1927-89 and Copenhagen Opera built 2002-04.

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View from Royal Theater to Copenhagen Inner Harbour and Ophelia Place. Photo in direction east 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View form Royal Theater panorama deck to new 180 m long walk and bike bridge between Christianshavn and Nyhavn:

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View from Royal Theater to new walk and bike bridge between Christianshavn and Nyhavn. Photo in direction west 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

View form Royal Theater panorama deck to Christianshavn and new 180 m long walk and bike bridge between Christianshavn and Nyhavn:

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View from New Royal Theater to CHristianshavn and new 180 m long bike and walk bridge i Copenhagen Inner Harbour. Photo in direction west 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

View in direction north to Nyhavn from top of new 160 m long and walk slide bridge connecting Christianshavn and Nyhavn in Copenhagen Inner Harbour:

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View to Nyhavn from top of new 180 m long bike and walk slide bridge between Christianshavn and Nyhavn. Photo in direction north 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

View in direction west from top of bike and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” to Copenhagen Inner Harbour and bridge “Knippelsbro” built 1935:

 

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View from top of bike and walk bridge Inderhavnsbroen to Copenhagen Inner Harbour. Phoyo in direction west 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

View in direction south to Christianshavn and store house built 1766 from top of bike and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” to Copenhagen Inner Harbour:

 

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View from top of bike and walk bridge Inderhavnsbroen to Christianshavn. Photo in direction south 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

View in direction south from top of bike and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” to Christianshavn “Krøyer Place” and store House  built 1766 on “Nordatlantens Brygge”:

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View to Christianshavn from bike and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” to Christianshavn “Krøyer Place” and storehouse built 1766. Photo in direction south 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

View in direction south from top of bike and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” to Christianshavn with Nordatlantens Brygge at left and Krøyers Place at right: 

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View from bike and walk bridge Inderhavnsbroen to Christianshavn. Photo in direction south 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

View to Nordatlantens Brygge and Krøyers Place:

At left Store House built 1766.

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View to Nordatlantens Brygge and Krøyers Place. Photo 7. august 2020

View to Nordatlantens Brygge and Krøyers Place:

At left Store House built 1766.

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View to Nordatlantens Brygge and Krøyers Place. Phoyo 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

As neighbour to walk and bike bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” on Christianshavns “North Atlantic Quai” (Nordatlantens Brygge, Grønlands Handels Plads) is outdoor streetfood “Broens Gadekøkken” restaurants and cafe´s:

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Christianshavn. Outdoor streetfood restaurants on Nordatlantens Brygge as neighbor to Walk and bike bridge “Inderhavnsbroen”, Photo in direction south 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

As neighbour to walk and bike bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” on Christianshavns “North Atlantic Quai” (Nordatlantens Brygge) is outdoor streetfood restaurants and cafe´s:

In background is bike and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen”.

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Nordatlantens Brygge, Christianshavn. Streetfood restaurants. In background is bike and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen”. Photo in direction north 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Greenland Trade Place, Christianshavn – peoples on bikes waiting for passage of bike and walk bridge  “Trangravsbroen”:

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Greenland Trade Place on Christianshavn. People on bikes waiting for passage on Trangravsbroen”. Photo in direction south 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Nordatlantens Brygge, Christianshavn – peoples on bikes waiting for passage of bike and walk bridge  “Trangravsbroen”:

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Bike and walk bridge “Trangravsbron”, Nordatlantens Brygge, Christianshavn. Photo in direction south 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Passage of bike and walk bridge “Trangravsbroen” of a swedish sailing boat from Trangraven Canal into Christianshavn Canal:

 

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Bike and walk bridge “Trangravsbroen”, Christianshavn. Photo 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Passage of bike and walk bridge “Trangravsbroen” of a small tourist motor boat”GOBOAT” from Trangraven Canal into Christianshavn Canal:

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Bike and walk bridge “Trangravsbroen” connecting Greenland Trade Place, Arsenal Island and Iceland Brygge. Photo 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

On my walk back to my starting place on Amaliehaven at Amalienborg Castle I have this magnificent view to Copenhagen Inner Harbour from top of bike and walk bridge “inderhavnsbroen”:

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View from top of bike and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” in direction east to Copenhagen Inner Harbour. Photo 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

VIew to Royal Theater built 2004-06 at left and Copenhagen Opera built 2002-04 at right. In background former Naval Base Holmen 1670-1989, museumship fregat “Peder Skram” built 1965 and Marinestation København on Nyholm.

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View from top of bike and walk bridge “Inderhavnsboen” to Copenhagen Inner Harbour. Photo in direction east 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

On my walk back to my starting place on Amaliehaven at Amalienborg Castle I have this magnificent view to Copenhagen Inner Harbour from top of bike and walk bridge “inderhavnsbroen”:

 

View to Royal Theater built 2004-06 at left and Copenhagen Opera built 2002-04 at right. In background former Naval Base Holmen 1670-1989, museumship fregat built 1965 and Marinestation København on Nyholm.

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View from top of bike and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” to Copenhagen Inner Harbour and Royal Theater built 2004-06. Photo in direction east 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

I am leaving bike and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen” in Nyhavn canal.

 

View to Nyhavn from bike and walk bridge “Inderhavnsbroen”:

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View to Nyhavn from top of bike and walk bridge connecting Christianshavn and Nyhavn. Photo in direction north 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View to NYHAVN:

Houses and former storehouses between Toldbodgade and Kvæsthusgade nr. 49 – 65.

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View to Nyhavn. Photo 7. august 2020 in direction east to house numbers 49-65 between Toldbodgade and Kvæsthusgade. Photo 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

View to NYHAVN.

Nyhavn – a 400m long, 25 m with and 4 m deep canal built 1672-74 for commercial ship trade with store houses:

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Nyhavn – a 400 m long canal built 1672-74 for commercial trade with store houses. Photo in direction north to Kings New Square in the distance 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Nyhavn with outdoor restaurants:

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View to Nyhavn “sunny side” with houses and former store houses built and rebuilt between 1680 – 1800. Photo 7 august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Nyhavn with outdoor restaurants:

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Nyhavn with outdoor restaurants. Photo in direction north 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

And 500 m from Nyhavn I am in Amalienhaven where I began my walk one hour earlier:

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Amaliehaven, Copenhagen Inner Harbour. View in direction south to Copenhagen Opera built 2002-04. Photo 7. august 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

 I hope that you have enjoyed my  ONE HOUR PHOTO WALK in the midst of the corona pandemic and in a heatwave with 30 degrees celcius – here in center of Copenhagen, Denmark – a democracy since the danish constitution of 5. june 1849 became law.

This constitution has given the danish population of close to 6 mill. inhabitants FREEDOM, STABILITY and JOY with among others free EDUCATION, HEALTH CARE AND ELDER CARE financed by 1000 mia. kr (state-regional- and commune budget) out of total national product of 2200 mia. kr in 2019.

It means that around 45% of a danes annual work income is taxes financed of personal income tax, MOMS tax (25%) and taxes of specific goods as cars, houses, alcohol etc.

 

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Melby, North Sealnd, Denmark 1. octobre 2020

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