Jacob's LEGO: Town: Stengade and Nørrebrogade

Stengade and Nørrebrogade

Nørrebrogade is one of the major streets heading out from the old fortified centre of Copenhagen through the main residential part of the Danish capital. Stengade intersects Nørrebrogade, and has all through the last half of the previous century been one of the poorer parts of Copenhagen.


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Stengade with a bike under repair and some parked cars (not all of them legally). The shop on Nørrebrogade is a goldsmith.


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The building on Nørrebrogade facing Stengade. Seen from inside while still under construction.


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The building on Nørrebrogade facing Stengade. Seen from outside while still under construction.


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Here we can also see a part of the shop on the corner of Stengade and Nørrebrogade.


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Debris on the road before the construction.


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Here the buildings for the scene have been completed. The police and demonstrators are lining up for a peaceful confrontation.


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The interior of the buildings on one side of Stengade.


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The interior of the buildings on one side of Stengade seen from street level.


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Stengade with parked cars (not all of them legally).


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The Stengade-Nørrebrogade intersection seen from above.


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Here we are experimenting with some fancy lighting of the scene.

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Latest update:
25th of September 2006