About Thomas
Freelance graphic designer.
Current city: Copenhagen
Freelance graphic designer.
Dronning Louises Bro (Queen Louise's Bridge) is a bridge in central Copenhagen, between Nørrebro and central Copenhagen. A good spot for a beer in the summertime.
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Morgenstedet is vegetarian restaurant located at the free town of Christania, serves the best soups in town and other excellent organic food. Despite it’s name ”the morning place”, it’s also open in the evening.
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The old cranes of the docks has survived modernisation. In the background the buildings of The Royal Danish Academy of Design and Architecture.
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A contemporary art exhibition space located right next to Østerport station, they have a nice little visual arts bookshop as well.
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