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.
Website
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Address
Dronning Louises Bro, Nørrebrogade, Copenhagen, Denmark
Current city: Copenhagen
Thomas Falkenberg is a Danish graphic design student. Currently studying in Copenhagen at The Danish Royal Academy of Design. He has also been studying and interning for a year in London, at London College of Communication.
 

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