The Latin Quarter is an area in Copenhagen which is architecturally very beautiful but the area is also a place with restaurants and cafées.
The streets around Church of Our Lady got its name because people around here spoke latin for centuries. The Latin Quarter was since the Middle Ages one of the main centers of higher education in Denmark.
Sankt Hans Gade in the Copenhagen area Nørrebro is a cosy street with cafées and a beautiful view of the Lakes.
Olufsvej is a 100 metres long street at Østerbro in Copenhagen. Olufsvej is named after a local landowner, coal and wine dealer Oluf Bang Winge (1785-1867), who owned the triangular area between Østerbrogade, Trianglen and Øster Allé.
The houses at Olufsvej are not identical and each house has a different colour. It is worth seeing!
Overgaden neden Vandet is a street in Christianshavn, situated on one side of the Canal of Christianshavn. The street was laid out on occasion by Christian IV. There are a lot of distinctive houses in the street.
Store Kongensgade is a street near Kongens Nytorv. The street is full of restaurants, shops and cafées. The famous restaurant, Ida Davidsen, with traditional Danish food is located on Store Kongensgade.
The Marble Church is located near Store Kongensgade as well as Amalienborg Palace.
Nyhavn is a waterfront area in Copenhagen with a lot of restaurants and cafées. The harbour was dug out in 1671 by Swedish prisoners of war.
Some of the houses in Nyhavn are 300 years old. The oldest house is Nyhavn nr. 9. Moreover, H.C. Andersen lived in four of the houses on Nyhavn over a period of 20 years.
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