Fælledvej on Nørrebro is filled with interesting stories, and furthermore, it is an incredibly cool location! Did you know, for example, that Fælledvej was established as an extension of Copenhagen Fælled in the 18th century, where the cattle grazed?
Or that in 1993, after a EU referendum, Fælledvej became the scene of one of the most violent clashes between the police and demonstrators since World War II! The police found themselves compelled to fire 113 gunshots. And at the Police Museum, which is also located on Fælledvej, you can learn more about this and many other exciting cases. Thankfully, Fælledvej is peaceful today!
In addition to being an important collective memorial site for the Danish capital, the location is excellent. Just around you, you will have Nørrebrogade, Sankt Hans Torv, and the Lakes. In other words, there is plenty to explore and engage in the surroundin