STORIES FROM A CITY
ISSUE #2 COPENHAGEN

For the second issue of Out Here we travelled to Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital city. On our journey around the city we found an empty theme park, an inspiring social entrepreneur, and, of course, countless enormous pastries. We found a city with multiple personalities. The impeccably designed bike lanes and pristine metro stations belie the dynamic and fascinating people that live beside them.

 

STORIES FROM COPENHAGEN


MICHAEL LODBERG

Michael Lodberg Olsen is a social entrepreneur who focuses on helping local communities to engender change for themselves. His current project is the street magazine ‘ILLEGAL!’…

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WRENCHMONKEES

Per and Nicholas started Wrench Monkees in 2008, after 10 years customising old off-road motorcycles, Kawasaki 750’s and even mopeds as kids. They now customise motorbikes for customers all over the world.

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HELLERUP

We stumbled across this neighbourhood dubbed the Beverly Hills of Copenhagen and were instantly entranced by the intriguing houses.

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CHASSIS ARCADE

Chassis Arcades is Copenhagen’s first and only traditional amusement arcade. Located in a basement shop front in northern Copenhagen.

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MR.JORGENSUN

We found Mr Jorgensen in a small print shop underneath an art suppliers. He uses the same printing press that he trained on 35 years ago./p>

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CHARLOTTENLUND RACES

Harness racing is hugely popular in Denmark. We visited the oldest race course of its kind in Europe, which has been hosting races since 1881.

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TIVOLI THEMEPARK

Tivoli Gardens was built in 1843 right in the heart of Copenhagen. Commissioned by King Christian VIII, the rides were the most elaborate and exquisite of their day.

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CITY GUIDE

A collection of the places in Copenhagen that left an impression on us. Including a vintage camera shop and the the oldest race track in Denmark.

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JOURNAL

See what went on behind the scenes as we were discovering the people, places, and stories from Copenhagen, for issue #2 of Out Here.

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