Along the walls of Assistens Kirkegård (the Nrrebro cemetery that also functions as a lively park), the locals set up ... More
Along the walls of Assistens Kirkegård (the Nrrebro cemetery that also functions as a lively park), the locals set up tiny stands and sell whatever belongings they might not need. Or they try to resell items they bought last week, at a profit! The area is nice for a walk, and definitely a very authentic Copenhagen experience.
Obviously everybody knows eachother here, it's a village within the metropol. And even though N�rrebro's reputation often connects with protesters and bonfires in the streets it actually is a neigborhood with far more atmosphere than any other place in the city.
There are no must-see tourist-sites in the area, but take a walk down N�rrebrogade with hundreds of shops from all over the world, have a picnic at the Assistens Cemetary (where you will find Hans Christian Andersen and S�ren Kierkegaards tombs if interested) discover the multiethnic streets around Den sorte firkant ('The Black Square') and finish with a damn good pie at Kaffesalonen 'The Coffee Saloon' with a wonderful wiev over the Lakes.
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