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Nørrebro is a neighborhood in Copenhagen beyond the old Northern Gate (Nørreport) of the city. With its 72,000 inhabitants on only 2.9 square kilometers (1.1 square miles) it has the highest population density of any area in Denmark - in fact the population density is equal to that of Manhattan. Nørrebrogade is the main street of Nørrebro going from Queen Louise's Bridge to Nørrebro S-Train Station.

Nørrebrogade is the home of hundreds of shops, lots of them small immigrant businesses like Kebab bars, pizzarias, greengrocers’ shops, hairdressers and bike shops, which makes it evident that Nørrebro is a multi-ethnic society. And speaking of bikes, tens of thousands of bicyclists ride through Nørrebrogade each day making bicycling the dominating type of traffic on the street.

Nørrebrogade is quite long and has a very varied cultural life. Arabs, africans and native danes in all ages live side by side and subcultures such as punk, hip hop and goth thrive. Bars and cafés of all types reside on Nørrebrogade — ranging from the most exclusive and hip cafés to cheap old school Danish pubs. The street is ever-changing and full of life — also after the sun sets. In an attempt to capture a fraction of the feeling of Nørrebrogade I took a walk down the street with my friend Magnus and the camera from the LC-A race — and ended up taking 402 pictures in a row. Have a look at them below.

Nørrebrogade – LC-A Race 2009 from Lars Lau on Vimeo.

Nørrebrogade has a very interesting history. Apart from the already mentioned it is known for the great riots that has taken place there, for Assistens Kirkegård (behind the yellow wall visible in the video from 1:12) and for the ever-changing street art, just to name a few things. Nørrebrogade (and the whole area of Nørrebro) has quite a different vibe from the rest of the city — it feels much more like a pulsating multicultural metropolis. If you are ever in Copenhagen a walk down Nørrebrogade (day or night) is a must-do.

written by larslau

12 comments

  1. azurblue

    azurblue

    402 pics, wow, impressive ! Very interresting gallery !

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  2. stouf

    stouf

    Hohoho ! Lars !!! Amazing post man ! The video is perfect, and I love this gallery with sometimes things popping out beautifully !

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  3. larslau

    larslau

    Heh. Thanks guys. I hope that the video will be included soon!

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  4. larslau

    larslau

    Woohoo! Everything is working..! Thanks LSI :)

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  5. bartho

    bartho

    Nørrebro is my favorite place in the world. I was born there and i will never leave :)
    Great article!

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  6. lomo_bernis

    lomo_bernis

    great concept!!

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  7. dcause

    dcause

    That's an awesome video! Love the music too.
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  8. vicuna

    vicuna

    wow, cool location and love the video!

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  9. lomosexual_manboy

    lomosexual_manboy

    The video is just great. What a fun idea. I can just imagine all the scanning involved, ahhhh.

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  10. comezone

    comezone

    great location, nice work!

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  11. jennay_jean

    jennay_jean

    just great! kudos!

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  12. mariefisen

    mariefisen

    Fantasisk video! Hvem spiller musikken?

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