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The history behind Falconer Allé
The history behind Falconer Allé

The history behind Falconer Allé

The history behind Falconer Allé

Falconer Allé dates back to approximately 1670 as an extension of Allégade to and from Falkonergården. Falconer Allé was originally closed by gates, which were removed in 1765, making the street available to the public. Today, Falconer Allé connects Åboulevard and Gammel Kongevej and it is about 1 kilometre long.

Falkoner Allé today

Falkoner Allé today

Today, Falconer Alle is a rather popular destination because of Falkoner Centret, where many performances and shows take place. Additionaly, Copenhagen Business School, Frederiksberg Main Library and Falconer Cinema are all in the same area, which makes Falconer Allé popular for any age.

 
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