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Components of the pedestrianised network are: This collection of streets has been at the heart of the city, and amongst the most fashionable in the city for much of its history.
The layout of the streets comprising Strøget has been in place since 1728 when Frederiksberggade was laid out after a fire.
Building on Strøget’s success, the network expanded piecemeal – another street and a few more squares were emptied of cars in 1968, and further closures took place in 1973, and 1992.
Nearby areas were also pedestrianised over the years, for example Nyhavn in 1980 and the town hall square (semi-pedestrianised) in 1996 on the occasion of Copenhagen being the European Capital of Culture (the through road was removed although bus traffic remained, and the square is still bounded by traffic).
About 80,000 people use Strøget every day at the height of tourist season in summer, and about 48,000 do so on a winter's day.
Many of the city's most famous and expensive stores, such as Illums Bolighus, Magasin du Nord, and the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Factory are located along the strip, as well as some of the most famous and expensive luxury brand chain stores in the world.Architect Jan Gehl studied the new pedestrian area starting in 1962 and his influential reports and findings on the subject formed the basis of Copenhagen's subsequent broader policy shift toward emphasising pedestrians and bicycles.The street is often credited as the oldest and longest pedestrian street in the world; in fact neither claim is true, although it was the longest pedestrian street at the time of its conversion in 1962.The idea was controversial, some people believing that the Danes did not have the mentality for "public life" envisioned by such a street, and many local merchants believed the move would scare away business.On the opening day, police officers were present to protect against assassination threats, and unhappy car drivers honked their horns on side streets to mark their displeasure although the event was well attended and marked by dancing and music.), the central town square by Copenhagen City Hall, and on the east by Kongens Nytorv ("The King's New Square"), another large square at the other end.