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Nyboder was built in the 1700's for seafarers and their families. Nyboder is an old part of the city, built for men working for the navy. King Christian IV, wanted the men to settle down near the navy, so that they could get married and have children and live with them. The advantages were that they wouldn’t flee the navy as some had done in the past. This new city was planned and built in the new modern style, with straight roads very unlike the medieval part of Copenhagen.

10th Oct 2008 by Karen Davies

Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History

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Nyboder Copenhagen Denmark

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