International Volvo Photo Locations Part 206
These photos are made in/on the Jeudan Parkering Dr. Tværgade car park on Dronningens Tværgade 4 in Copenhagen, Denmark. From here, you’ll get a free, almost 360 degrees view over Copenhagen!
Are you going to the meeting, go shopping, out to eat or have other errands in Frederiksstaden, so it’s easy to get to and from Jeudan Parking in Dr. Tværgade 4. The five story parking conservation was originally built on the American model. The car park is from 1933 and is the first and oldest car park in Denmark.
The parking facility, Dr. Tværgade is staffed 14 hours a day. In the remaining hours the car park served by a security company.
Dronningens Tværgade (lit. “The Queen’s Cross Street”) is a street in central Copenhagen, Denmark, which runs from Bredgade to Rosenborg Castle Garden. The street originally formed a link between the King’s Garden (Rosenborg Castle Gardens) and the Queen’s Garden. With the Odd Fellows Mansion on Bredgade and the central pavilions of the east fringe of the castle garden located at each their end, the street has axial qualities. These are accentuated by the Dronningegården Estate, a Functionalist housing complex from the 1940s, which forms an urban space around the intersection with Adelgade.
More information at www.jeudan.dk, en.wikipedia.org and www.visitcopenhagen.com.