Photo by Ib Jensen
Olympus OMD E-M 1 Mark II, lens M.Zuiku 12-100mm (FF: 24-200 mm), shutter speed 26 sec, Iso 200, Aperture F8 Focal length 18 mm. (FF:36 mm), Tripod
Christians Brygge, knippelsbro, Copenhagen
Christians Brygge (lit. “Christian’s Quay”) is a waterfront and street in central Copenhagen, Denmark. It runs from the mouth of Slotsholmen Cabal in the north to Langebro Bridge in the south where it turns into Kalvebod Brygge. Its northern end, which is located on the small isle of Slotsholmen, is connected to Niels Juels Gade and then Holmens Kanal by Christian IV’s Bridge. Christians Brygge The road section is part of Ring 2. The name refers to Christian IV, king of Denmark during the first half of the 17th century, who constructed several buildings at the site, including the Arsenal (now home to the Royal Danish Arsenal Museum) and Christian IV’s Brewhouse as well as nearby Børsen. Other landmarks along the quay include the Royal Danish Library and the mixed-use building BLOX, home to the Danish Architecture Centre.