Tag Archives: #By og Havn

South Harbour’s Fiskerihavn Revisited

As I come to terms with re-modelling my day-to-day life, limited by a COVID-19 induced lock-down now going into it’s seventh week, I’m re-discovering the pleasures of exploring my neighborhood, Copenhagen’s one and only, South Harbour. My daily excursions into South Harbour’s every nook and cranny,  I discover a world coming to terms with Copenhagen’s urban […]
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Copenhagen’s Sauna Dwellers

Copenhagen’s winter bathing and sauna culture has never been more popular as the harbor waterfront sees recreational initiatives popping up to the delight of the city’s residents and visitors. It is still hard to believe that just 20 years ago, Copenhagen’s harbor was one of the most polluted in Northern Europe. The Copenhagen municipality’s modernization of […]
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A Copenhagen Icon: H. C. Ørstedsværket

It’s a race against time as the sun is sinking and H.C. Ørsted Power Station’s shadows are as black as the coal that once fueled its furnaces and photographing this Herculean building is not only challenging, but feels forbidden. For as long as I can remember, H.C. Ørsted Power Station has dominated South Harbor’s skyline. The deep red […]
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