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Halmtorvet, Vesterbro

I’m back with another Vesterbro post ๐Ÿ™‚ This time I’ll share some images from Halmtorvet, which is adjacent to Istedgade. You’ll see below it’s got much more of a chill and relaxed atmosphere compared to Istedgade.

It’s actually the first big street I walked on when I first arrived in Copenhagen, thanks to its vicinity to the Central Train Station which is where I got off from the airport train. I was completely dazzled because I had just arrived from the UK which, at the time, was very much locked down (like, you weren’t even allowed to meet your friends). So I step out here from the station with my suitcases and it’s sunny and people are enjoying drinks in outdoor bars/cafes – what?! I almost felt like the ‘normalcy’ of it all was too surreal for me to handle in one day, especially after such a smooth journey flying during travel restrictions.

Anyway – enjoy these sunny photos ๐Ÿ™‚

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10 thoughts on “Halmtorvet, Vesterbro

  1. Yernasia Quorelios says:

    โ™ก Some Nations ARE more Sensible than Others and CHOOSE!!! Avoidance of Locking Down Civil Liberty; it’s Crystal Clear Clarity that SomeThing Sinister is Afoot, thank you for those wise words William Shakespeare

    …โ™กโ™กโ™ก…

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  2. Yes, things are pretty surreal these days. But I like these images. And the best one for me was the one with the big painted gate at the house wall. Great illusion and makes the whole scene look magical. ๐Ÿ’œ

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  3. Pingback: Halmtorvet, Vesterbro โ€” Life in Copenhagen (Reblog) – The Midlode Mercury

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