At the HQ of Maersk
|A fence next to the building mentioned above. From around 1890. Located at the HQ of Maersk|
Railings at an apartment building
|An older cast iron railing. From 1875. Toldbodgaden, close to Nyhavn in Copenhagen|
|The fencing around the House of Danner (Dannerhuset) The most ornamented architectural style of the pictures. From 1873 to 1875.|
|The spikes keep uninvited guests away. That might be relevant as the house houses an organisation that helps women, who need protection from they family and/or former husband or boyfriend.|
University of Copenhagen Geological MuseumThe University of Copenhagen Geological Museum is a geology museum located on Øster Voldgade, at the northeast corner of the University of Copenhagen Botanical Garden, in Copenhagen, Denmark. Like the botanical garden, the museum is part of the wider array of centers belonging to the Natural History Museum of Denmark. The museum houses exhibits but also facilitates research and study as part of the University of Copenhagen, with some of the museum staff actively partaking in research worldwide—for instance, in Greenland.
|The wrought/forged iron fence from the Museum, from 1893|
|Cast Iron Railings from 1912 at Tuborg Breweries. Located in Tuborg Havn, Hellerup, Copenhagen.|
Ørstedsparken; parkland between Nørrevoldgade and Nørre Farimagsgade in the City of Copenhagen. The park, which is owned by the City of Copenhagen, was planed by the landscape gardener H. A. Flindt in the years 1876-1879 and was opened for the first time to the public on October 27, 1879. Ørstedsparken has 7 entrances and has an area of 6.5 hectares, with a lake in the middle of the park that covers 1.8 hectares. The park has been protected since 1963 and has largely retained its appearance unchanged since it's planning.
|A cast iron fence from 1879.|
Green Park, London
The only cast iron railings that not from Copenhagen. This picture was taken next to Green Park in London. From around 1900.