Tag Archives: Gardens

Lille Nok: Allotments In Copenhagen

By Copenhagen’s standards, Lille Nok is modest in size, just 75 small gardens, compared with many of the city’s other garden associations and yet as I park my bike outside the garden’s perimeter, I’m still in short cycling distance from Copenhagen’s Town Hall Square. Inside the gardens, an insistent male pheasant is putting down its […]
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On The Cherry Blossom Trail In Copenhagen

For a few precious days in April, Copenhagen’s parks and cemeteries are punctuated by that majestic of sights, cherry trees in full bloom. Wades of wafting branches decked in pink blossom attract thousands of visitors to the city every year with the Sakura Festival bringing the curtain down on this life-affirming event. Every local Dane […]
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Urban Gardening Blossoming in Copenhagen

14 years ago, I sat on a roof terrace bathed in sunshine, witnessing a stunning view of Christianhavn’s sea of red roof-top tiles that was worthy of Tuscany in another century. This roof-top experience, was the result of Hanne and Peter Lind Bonderup´s vision and hard work, transforming a small apartment into a wonderful, engaging residential space […]
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