Cast and wrought iron gates in Copenhagen
Building at the Lakes/ Nansensgade, Copenhagen.The gate and fence to a building built in neo-Romanesque style on a granite base and red brick in the and 3 floors with protruding center part on the north side. Foundation stone was laid 7 August 1873 and the building was inaugurated Oct. 6, 1875.
The building was restored in 2007 including its gate and fence.
|Close up of the gate from 1875|
Building at Nyhavn, Copenhagen
This beautiful cast iron gate is located in Copenhagen, Denmark very close to Amalienborg and Nyhavn.
The gate is from 1902 - as is the building. The style is historicism - a mix of styles popular around 1900. The is one of the most beautiful examples of cast iron architecture in Denmark.
|A close up view of the cast iron gate|
|A close up. Flowers, ornaments|
|The entire building and the gate. The rest of the facade is not cast iron.|