Single Frederiksberg

Single Frederiksberg
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The central part of the Fuglebakken area was built over with single family detached homes and terraced houses over the next three decades while taller buildings were constructed along its edges.

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In 1700-1703, King Frederik IV built a palace on top of the hill known as Valby Bakke (bakke = hill).He named the palace Frederichs Berg, and the rebuilt town at the foot of the hill consequently changed its name to Frederiksberg.The hotels have limited number of parking spaces (with fee) and there are public but costly parking on the streets around the hotels.Fuglebakken (literally "The Bird Hill"), also known as Fuglebakkekvarteret (English: The Fuglebakke neighbourhood), is a mostly residential neighbourhood in the northern part of Frederiksberg in Copenhagen, Denmark.It was created by the sculptor Hans Syberg and unveiled in 1931.

Former prime minister Jens Otto Krag and his wife the actress Helle Virkner lived at Egernvej 61.Other notable residents in the area include the sculptors Gunnar Hammerich and Edvard Eriksen, the painters Albert Naur and Kristian Zahrtmann, writer and painter Mogens Lorentzen, author Henri Nathansen and the composer Niels Viggo Bentzon.Fuglebakken station is located on the S-train network's Ring Line.The politician Aksel Larsen also lived in the neighbourhood.On Kristian Zahrtmanns Plads stands a statue of Kristian Zahrtmann.and is characterised by its many green spaces, such as the Frederiksberg Gardens and Søndermarken.