Þórmundur met me at the station

and I took our picture

Rådhuspladset, City Hall Square

The house where Jónas broke his leg

The house where Baldvin died

and again

The Cathedral, old University Library on the right

The University library from late 1800s to sometime late 1900s

The Regensen hall of residence where all .is students lived, Rundetårn behind

Same place looking the other way towards the Cathedral

The University library for most of the 1800, the attic of the Our Lady's church, entrance from Rundetårn

View from Rundetårn

View from Rundetårn to Regensen's backyard

Nyhavn, not very populous in the cold

Amagertorv looking east

The Thorvaldsen Museum

The Black Diamond, library


Looking the other way (west) from the same waterbus stop

and looking over to Christianshavn

Inside the Diamond

Christiansborg Palace, now the parliament


again, this time squinting into to the spring sun

The City Hall seen from a side street

Þórmundur and me in the Restaurant Gråbrödretorv 21

Me and Sigurveig

Sigurveig and Sóley

The Voldumvej family


and again

and some more

The waiters were so good to Sigurveig, she got to help

The Nyboder barracks originally built in 17th century

The Jón Sigurðsson house

It was warm, yes, but he only lasted 2 minutes like this

The Rosenborg palace

Pretty old buildings

At Rundetårn yet again

Amalienborg square, looking towards The Marble Church

Den Lille Havfrue

The new Opera House, as donated by AP Möller. Don't know the artist of the pillar there, but I know I saw some of his work in the Hirschorn Sculpture Garden in D.C. last year. UPDATE: It's Arnoldo Pomodoro, see here and here from my Berkeley trip in '05

"Not In Our Name" that was there the whole day hanging on the School of Art

H.C. Andersens Bredgade

Langebro, from same spot (where Jón Magnússon threw himself off)

and a third view from the same spot.

Nytorvet, The New Plaza. The sculpture is Maman by Louise Bourgeois. Put there in conjunction with her show at the Louisiana Museum.


Before dinner, Sólveig, Sóley, Þórmundur and Jónatan

Amagertorv seen from Slotsholmen

And finally, Gammeltorv, the Old Plaza, adjacent to Nytorvet.