Listed buildings in Copenhagen Municipality

This is a list of listed buildings in Copenhagen Municipality, Denmark.

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Listing name Image Location Coordinates Summary
Åbenrå 25   Åbenrå 25, 1124 København K 55°40′59.98″N 12°34′32.57″E / 55.6833278°N 12.5757139°E / 55.6833278; 12.5757139 Townhouse from 1733[1]
Åbenrå 26   Åbenrå 26, 1124 København K 55°40′59.99″N 12°34′34.58″E / 55.6833306°N 12.5762722°E / 55.6833306; 12.5762722 Building from c. 1730[2]
Åbenrå 27   Åbenrå 27, 1124 København K 55°41′0.08″N 12°34′32.15″E / 55.6833556°N 12.5755972°E / 55.6833556; 12.5755972 House with side wing from c. 1761 whose facade was altred in c. 1860[3]
Åbenrå 32: The Reformed Church's former rectory   Åbenrå 32, 1124 København K 55°41′0.52″N 12°34′32.88″E / 55.6834778°N 12.5758000°E / 55.6834778; 12.5758000 Former rectory from 1730-33[4]
Admiralgade 17: Admiralgården   Admiralgade 17, 1066 København K 55°40′40.97″N 12°34′54.81″E / 55.6780472°N 12.5818917°E / 55.6780472; 12.5818917 Building from 1797[5]
Admiralgade 19   Admiralgade 19, 1066 København K 55°40′40.67″N 12°34′55.12″E / 55.6779639°N 12.5819778°E / 55.6779639; 12.5819778 House with side wing and rear wing from 1796–97[6]
Admiralgade: Buurmester House   Admiralgade 20, 1066 København K 55°40′40.65″N 12°34′54.16″E / 55.6779583°N 12.5817111°E / 55.6779583; 12.5817111 Building with rear wing from 1797–98 by Ernst Burmeister[7]
Admiralgade 21   Admiralgade 21, 1066 København K 55°40′40.37″N 12°34′55.42″E / 55.6778806°N 12.5820611°E / 55.6778806; 12.5820611 Cirner building from 1798–99[8]
Admiralgade 22   Admiralgade 22, 1066 København K 55°40′40.24″N 12°34′54.57″E / 55.6778444°N 12.5818250°E / 55.6778444; 12.5818250 Building with two side wings from 1845–46 and the cobblestones in the courtyard[9]
Admiralgade 23   Dybensgade 21, 1071 København K 55°40′40.12″N 12°34′56.67″E / 55.6778111°N 12.5824083°E / 55.6778111; 12.5824083 Corner building from 1800[10]
Admiralgade 25   Admiralgade 25, 1066 København K 55°40′39.44″N 12°34′56.43″E / 55.6776222°N 12.5823417°E / 55.6776222; 12.5823417 Corner building from 1800[10]
Admiralgade 28   Admiralgade 28, 1066 København K 55°40′38.36″N 12°34′56.52″E / 55.6773222°N 12.5823667°E / 55.6773222; 12.5823667 Corner building from 1798–99 by Philip Lange and L.L. Thrane[11]
Amagertorv 1   Amagertorv 1, 1160 København K 55°40′43.2″N 12°34′45.44″E / 55.678667°N 12.5792889°E / 55.678667; 12.5792889 Corner building from 1796–97 which was altered in 1854 by Christian Tybjerg[12]
Amagertorv 6:
Mathias Hansen House
  Amagertorv 6, 1160 København K 55°40′44.23″N 12°34′44.53″E / 55.6789528°N 12.5790361°E / 55.6789528; 12.5790361 Corner building from 1616[13]
Amagertorv 20   Niels Hemmingsens Gade 1, 1153 København K 55°40′43.89″N 12°34′40.31″E / 55.6788583°N 12.5778639°E / 55.6788583; 12.5778639 Building from c. 1680, which was altered and expanded with extra height in 1731 and again in 1857[14]
Amagertorv 27 Amagertorv 21, 1160 København K 55°40′42.89″N 12°34′39.31″E / 55.6785806°N 12.5775861°E / 55.6785806; 12.5775861 Part of the cellar dating from before 1536[15]
Amagertorv 29:
Klostergården
  Amagertorv 29, 1160 København K 55°40′42.83″N 12°34′36.63″E / 55.6785639°N 12.5768417°E / 55.6785639; 12.5768417 Building from 1768–69 by Caspar Frederik Harsdorff, which was rebuilt after a fire in 1797–98 by Joseph Guione and expanded with an extra floor in 1880[16]
Amaliegade 4   Amaliegade 4, 1256 København K 55°40′54.86″N 12°35′30.67″E / 55.6819056°N 12.5918528°E / 55.6819056; 12.5918528 Three winged complex from 1828–1829 surrounding the first courtyard[17]
Amaliegade 8   Amaliegade 8, 1256 København K 55°40′55.95″N 12°35′31.12″E / 55.6822083°N 12.5919778°E / 55.6822083; 12.5919778 Corner building with seven-bay side wing from 1785 by Andreas Pfützner[18]
Amaliegade 9:
Collin House
  Amaliegade 9B, 1256 København K 55°40′57.98″N 12°35′29.55″E / 55.6827722°N 12.5915417°E / 55.6827722; 12.5915417 [19]
  Amaliegade 9, 1256 København K 55°40′58.38″N 12°35′27.6″E / 55.6828833°N 12.591000°E / 55.6828833; 12.591000 [19]
Amaliegade 11   Amaliegade 11, 1256 København K Building from 1754–55 by Niels Eigtved which was extended with the third and fourth floor in 1771–72[20]
  Amaliegade 11 A, 1256 København K Rear wing from 1753[20]
  Amaliegade 11 B, 1256 København K 1753 Rear wing from 1753[20]
Amaliegade 12   Amaliegade 12, 1256 København K 55°40′57.34″N 12°35′32.27″E / 55.6825944°N 12.5922972°E / 55.6825944; 12.5922972 House from 1753–55 nu Niels Eigtved[21]
Amaliegade 13   Amaliegade 13, 1256 København K 55°40′58.48″N 12°35′31.4″E / 55.6829111°N 12.592056°E / 55.6829111; 12.592056 House originally built in 1755 but the upper floor made taller and Mansard roof and triangular pediment added some time before 1783 and a side wing from 1808 which was shortened in 1960[22]
Amaliegade 14   Amaliegade 14, 1256 København K 55°40′57.34″N 12°35′32.27″E / 55.6825944°N 12.5922972°E / 55.6825944; 12.5922972 House with side wing from 1755 by Niels Eigtved[23]
Amaliegade 15–17   Amaliegade 15, 1256 København K Forhuse og sidehuse (1754–56 af Niels Eigtved som to symmetriske huse, nr. 15 forhøjet) samt baghusene[24]
  Amaliegade 17, 1256 København K Forhuse og sidehuse (1754–56 af Niels Eigtved som to symmetriske huse, nr. 15 forhøjet) samt baghusene[24]
Amaliegade 16   Amaliegade 16, 1256 København K 1757 Building with side wing from 1756–57 nu Lauritz de Thurah[25]
Amaliegade 18:
The Yellow Mansion
  Amaliegade 18, 1256 København K 1764 Neoclassical town mansion from 1764 by Nicolas-Henri Jardin on the foundation of an older building[26]
  Toldbodgade 43D, 1256 København K 1764 Former Royal Life Guard stables from 1842 by Jørgen Hansen Koch as well as wall with gate[26]
Amaliegade 21:
Morten Farum House
  Amaliegade 21A, 1256 København K Rear wing from 1751[27]
  Amaliegade 21B, 1256 København K Rear wing from 1785–86[27]
Amaliegade 22: Niels Aagesen House   Amaliegade 22, 1256 København K Building with side wing from c. 1750 by Niels Eigtved (altered in 1845–46) and the rear wing from 1846[28]
Amaliegade 23: Fødselsstiftelsen Amaliegade 23, 1256 København K [29]
Amaliegade 27: South Pavilion   Amaliegade 31A, 1256 København K Building with attached wall and fence from 1755–57 by Lauritz de Thurah as well as the surrounding paving[30]
Amaliegade 31: North Pavilion   Amaliegade 31A, 1256 København K Building with attached wall and fence from 1755–57 by Lauritz de Thurah as well as the surrounding paving[31]
Amaliegade 37   Amaliegade 37, 1256 København K Building with narrow side wing from 1781–82 by Caspar Frederik Harsdorff and the gateway wing from 1921[32]
Amaliegade 38: Classen Library   Amaliegade 38, 1256 København K Library building from 1792 built by Peter Hersleb Classen probably with assistance from Andreas Kirkerup[33]
Amaliegade 39:
Danish Shipowners' Association
  Amaliegade 33A, 1256 København K 1923 Office building from 1920–23 by Emanuel Monberg consisting of a main wing fronting the street and a side wing [34]
Amaliegade 41   Amaliegade 41, 1256 København K 1728 Building with side wing of which the fou southernmost wings were built in 1782–83 by C.F. Harsdorff and the rest was built in 1788 by Frederik Beckmann[35]
Amaliegade 43   Amaliegade 43, 1256 København K 1728 House with side wing begun in c. 1790 by Johan Martin Quist and completed in 1792–93 by Andreas Hallander[36]
Amaliegade 45   Amaliegade 45, 1256 København K 1728 Building with side wing from 1788–91 by Andreas Hallander, with new facade from 1801 probably by Jørgen Henrich Rawert[37]
Amaliegade 47   Amaliegade 47, 1256 København K Building with side wing from 1790 by Andreas Hallander[38]
Amaliegade 49   Amaliegade 49, 1256 København K 1788 Corner building from 1788 by Andreas Hallander[39]
Amalienborg Slotsplads:
Amalienborg Palace
Amaliegade 18C, 1256 København K 55°40′59.04″N 12°35′34.86″E / 55.6830667°N 12.5930167°E / 55.6830667; 12.5930167 [40]
Amaliegade 18D, 1256 København K 55°40′58.86″N 12°35′35.5″E / 55.6830167°N 12.593194°E / 55.6830167; 12.593194 [40]
Amaliegade 19A, 1256 København K 55°40′59.72″N 12°35′32.17″E / 55.6832556°N 12.5922694°E / 55.6832556; 12.5922694 [40]
  Amaliegade 20A, 1256 København K 55°41′4.93″N 12°35′39.13″E / 55.6847028°N 12.5942028°E / 55.6847028; 12.5942028 [40]
  Amalienborg Slotsplads 1, 1257 København K 55°41′0.79″N 12°35′32.73″E / 55.6835528°N 12.5924250°E / 55.6835528; 12.5924250 Christian VII's Mansion[40]
Amalienborg Slotsplads 1, 1257 København K 55°41′0.79″N 12°35′32.73″E / 55.6835528°N 12.5924250°E / 55.6835528; 12.5924250 [40]
Amalienborg Slotsplads 1, 1257 København K 55°41′0.79″N 12°35′32.73″E / 55.6835528°N 12.5924250°E / 55.6835528; 12.5924250 [40]
  Amalienborg Slotsplads 2, 1257 København K 55°41′0.16″N 12°35′35.18″E / 55.6833778°N 12.5931056°E / 55.6833778; 12.5931056 [40]
Amalienborg Slotsplads 2, 1257 København K 55°41′0.16″N 12°35′35.18″E / 55.6833778°N 12.5931056°E / 55.6833778; 12.5931056 [40]
  Amalienborg Slotsplads 2A, 1257 København K 55°40′59.81″N 12°35′34.35″E / 55.6832806°N 12.5928750°E / 55.6832806; 12.5928750 [40]
  Amalienborg Slotsplads 3A, 1257 København K 55°41′3.04″N 12°35′31.2″E / 55.6841778°N 12.592000°E / 55.6841778; 12.592000 [40]
  Amalienborg Slotsplads 6B, 1257 København K 55°41′1.88″N 12°35′40.71″E / 55.6838556°N 12.5946417°E / 55.6838556; 12.5946417 [40]
  Amalienborg Slotsplads 7, 1257 København K 55°41′4.64″N 12°35′35.93″E / 55.6846222°N 12.5933139°E / 55.6846222; 12.5933139 [40]
  Amalienborg Slotsplads 7A, 1257 København K 55°41′5.23″N 12°35′36.96″E / 55.6847861°N 12.5936000°E / 55.6847861; 12.5936000 [40]
Amalienborg Slotsplads 7B, 1257 København K 55°41′5.99″N 12°35′35.2″E / 55.6849972°N 12.593111°E / 55.6849972; 12.593111 [40]
Amalienborg Slotsplads 7E, 1257 København K 55°41′6.28″N 12°35′32.45″E / 55.6850778°N 12.5923472°E / 55.6850778; 12.5923472 [40]
  Amalienborg Slotsplads 7K, 1257 København K 55°41′3.92″N 12°35′31.79″E / 55.6844222°N 12.5921639°E / 55.6844222; 12.5921639 [40]
  Amalienborg Slotsplads 8, 1257 København K 55°41′4.01″N 12°35′38.38″E / 55.6844472°N 12.5939944°E / 55.6844472; 12.5939944 [40]
  Toldbodgade 45A, 1253 København K 55°41′0.14″N 12°35′39.24″E / 55.6833722°N 12.5942333°E / 55.6833722; 12.5942333 [40]
  Toldbodgade 47, 1253 København K 55°41′4.14″N 12°35′41.98″E / 55.6844833°N 12.5949944°E / 55.6844833; 12.5949944 [40]
H. C. Andersens Boulevard 10: Tegneskolen for Kvinder   H.C. Andersens Boulevard 10, 1553 København V Building with side wing from 1880-81 by Vilhelm Klein[41]
Antonigade 3:
Antonigade 3
  Antonigade 3A, 1106 København K Building originally from before 1682 but expanded with extra height between 1713 and 1733 and rebuilt between 1768 and 1779[42]
Antonigade 9   Antonigade 9, 1106 København K House from 1766 by Hans Næss with side wing and rear wing[43]
August Bournonvilles Passage 1:
Brønnum House
  August Bournonvilles Passage 1, 1055 København K 1856 Three-winged complex from 1856–66 by Ferdinand Vilhelm Jensen[44]
August Bournonvilles Passage 5:
Stærekassen
  August Bournonvilles Passage 5, 1055 København K 1856 Theatre building from 1929–32 by Holger Jacobsen[45]

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Listing name Image Location Coordinates Summary
Badstuestræde 7   Badstuestræde 7, 1209 København K 55°40′41.51″N 12°34′30.89″E / 55.6781972°N 12.5752472°E / 55.6781972; 12.5752472 House with side wing from 1796–98[46]
Badstuestræde 8   Badstuestræde 8, 1209 København K Building fronting the street from 1797–98 and side wing from 1797–98 (altered 1945) [47]
Badstuestræde 8, 1209 København K Rear wing from 1797–98 [47]
Badstuestræde 10A   Badstuestræde 10A, 1209 København K Building from 1798-99 af Ernst Burmeister [48]
Badstuestræde 12   Badstuestræde 12, 1209 København K Building from 1799-1800 by Ernst Burmeister [49]
Badstuestræde 17   Badstuestræde 17, 1209 København K Building with side wing from 1829-32 by Carl Petersen [50]
Badstuestræde 18   Badstuestræde 18A, 1209 København K Building from 1796–97 [51]
Badstuestræde 20   Badstuestræde 20, 1209 København K Building from 1796–97 [52]
Boldhusgade 2   Boldhusgade 2, 1062 København K Corner building with side wing from 1795–96 [53]
Boldhusgade 4   Boldhusgade 2, 1062 København K Building from 1795–96 (extra height added in 1851) with side wing [54]
Boldhusgade 6   Boldhusgade 2, 1062 København K Corner building with side wing from 1795–96 [53]
Borgergade 17A: Prinsessegården (part of Dronningegården)   Borgergade 17A, 1300 København K L-shaped apartment building from 1956-58 by Kay Fisker, C.F. Møller and Eske Kristensen [55]
Borgergade 111: The Navel Girls' School   Borgergade 111, 1300 København K Four-winged former girls' school from 1858 by Bernhard Seidelin
1854 possibly designed by Peter Christoph Hagemann || [56]
  Borgergade 111, 1300 København K Residence for employee [56]
Borgergade 111, 1300 København K Guardhouse [56]
Borgergade 140   Borgergade 140, 1300 København K Corner building from 1854 possibly designed by Peter Christoph Hagemann [57]
Borgergade 144   Borgergade 144, 1300 København K House with side wing from 1796–98 [58]
Bremerholm 39: Københavns Skipperforening   Bremerholm 39, 1069 København K Corner building from 1796 [59]
Bredgade 4:
Grandjean House
  Bredgade 4, 1255 København K 1854 Building from 853-54 by Christian Tybjerg [60]
  Store Strandstræde 3, 1255 København K 1854 Building from 853-54 by Christian Tybjerg [60]
Bredgade 24 and Sankt Annæ Plads 2: Bredgade 24   Bredgade 24, 1260 København K Corner building from 1855 by Niels Sigfred Nebelong [61]
Bredgade 26:
Lindencrone Mansion
  Bredgade 26, 1260 København K 1751 Noble town mansion from 1751 by Niels Eigtved [62]
Bredgade 28: Odd Fellows Mansion   Bredgade 28, 1260 København K

The old main building from 1751-55 bu Niels Eigtved and Gottfried Rosenberg as well as the two side wings with the two attached pabilions, gate, fence and cobbled courtyard and the extension with the Small Concert Hall to the old main building from 1889 by Johan Schrøder og Georg Wittrock || [63]

Bredgade 34: Royal Danish Silk Manufactury   Bredgade 34, 1260 København K Former royal silk manufactury from 1754 probably designed by Niels Eigtved [64]
Bredgade 38   Bredgade 38, 1260 København K Complex of buildings from 801 by ndreas Hallander [65]
Bredgade 51   Bredgade 51, 1260 København K Complex of buildings at the corner of Bredgade and Frederiksgade from the 1880s by Ferdinand Meldahl with walls and gates [66]
Bredgade 42:
Bernstorff Mansion
  Bredgade 42, 1260 København K 1756 Noble town mansion 1752–56 by Gottfried Rosenberg and Niels Eigtveds consisting of a main wing fronting Bredgade and a side wing and wall along Frederiksgade [67]
Bredgade 58:
Alexander Nevsky Church
  Bredgade 53, 1260 København K 1883 Church building from 1881–83 designed by David Ivanovitch Grimm [68]
Bredgade 60:
Titken House
  Bredgade 60, 1260 København K 1751 Corner building from 1755–56) and the building at Fredericiagade 18 from 1835 [69]
Bredgade 62: Royal Danish Academy of Surgery   Bredgade 62, 1260 København K Building with glanking gates from 1785-87 by Peter Meyn [70]
Bredgade 63-63 A   Bredgade 63, 1260 København K Building fronting the street, two side wings and rear wing from 1886 nu Ferdinand Vilhelm Jensen [71]
Bredgade 64: St. Ansgar's Cathedral   Bredgade 64, 1260 København K Church building with attached rctory (including the fence along Bredgade) from 1841-42 by Gustav Friedrich Hetsch [72]
Bredgade 65-65 A   Bredgade 65, 1260 København K Building with twio side wings from 1886 by Ferdinand Vilhelm Jensen [73]
Bredgade 65A, 1260 København K Rear wing from 1886 by Ferdinand Vilhelm Jensen [73]
Bredgade 66: South Pavilion   Bredgade 66, 1260 København K Building from 1755-57 by Lauritz de Thurah with the walls margin of the lot as well as the surrounding paving [74]
Bredgade 68: Danish Design Museum   Bredgade 68, 1260 København K Four-winged hospital complex from 1752-57 by Niels Eigtved with surrounding walls, cast iron fences and paving as well as the central Grønnegården garden created by Gudmund Nyeland Brandt in 1923-24 [75]
Bredgade 70: North Pavilion   Bredgade 70, 1260 København K Building from 1755-57 by Lauritz de Thurah with the walls along Bredgade and the northern margin of the lot as well as the surrounding paving [76]
Bredgade 71   Bredgade 71, 1260 København K Building with side wing and rear wing from 1853 [77]
Bredgade 74 Bredgade 74, 1260 København K The wall on Bredgade, the wall along the northern margin of the lot and the paving [78]
Bredgade 76: Løve House   Bredgade 76, 1260 København K Building with side wing from 1854-55 [79]
  Bredgade 76A, 1260 København K Rwo-storey, two-bay former stable and carriage house in the courtyard from 1755-57 [79]
Brolæggerstræde 1   Brolæggerstræde 1, 1211 København K Corner building from 1797 by C.F. Hollander [80]
Brolæggerstræde 2   Brolæggerstræde 2, 1211 København K Corner building from 1797 [81]
Brolæggerstræde 3   Brolæggerstræde 3, 1211 København K Building from 1796 by L.L. Thrane [82]
Brolæggerstræde 4   Brolæggerstræde 4, 1211 København K 1797 Building from 1796–97 by A.C. Wilcken and rear wing [83]
Brolæggerstræde 5 oand Knabrostræde 11-13 11   Brolæggerstræde 5, 1211 København K J. C. Jacobsen's former house from 1796–97[84]
Brolæggerstræde 5, 1210 København K Side wing and brewery building in the eastern corner[84]
  Knabrostræde 13, 1210 København K Warehouse and house from 1796–99[84]
Brolæggerstræde 6   Brolæggerstræde 6, 1211 København K 1797 Building with side wing from 1797–98[85]
Brolæggerstræde 8   Brolæggerstræde 8, 1211 København K 1797 Corner building from 1796–97 by Christian Martens[86]
Brolæggerstræde 9: Gyldenfeldt House   Brolæggerstræde 9, 1211 København K 1797 Corner building with attached side wing from 1796-98[87]
Brolæggerstræde 11   Brolæggerstræde 11, 1211 København K 1797 Building from 1795–97 with seven bay side wing with wall[88]
Brolæggerstræde 12   Brolæggerstræde 12, 1211 København K 1797 Building from 1796[89]

DEdit

Listing name Image Location Year built Summary Ref
Dronning Louises Bro   Dronning Louises Bro 0, 1360 København K 55°41′12.27″N 12°33′49.49″E / 55.6867417°N 12.5637472°E / 55.6867417; 12.5637472 Arch bridge from 1885–87 by ilhelm Dahlerup and Charles Ambt [90]
Dronningens Tværgade 4B:
Palægaragerne
  Dronningens Tværgade 4B, 1302 København K 55°41′1.83″N 12°35′19.49″E / 55.6838417°N 12.5887472°E / 55.6838417; 12.5887472 Multi-storey parking facility and canopy over filling station from 1933 by Oscar Gundlach-Pedersen and Højgaard & Schultz[91]
Dronningens Tværgade 5   Dronningens Tværgade 5, 1302 København K 55°40′59.78″N 12°35′16.82″E / 55.6832722°N 12.5880056°E / 55.6832722; 12.5880056 Building from 1793–94 by H.C. Ondrup [92]
Dronningens Tværgade 5C, 1302 København K 55°40′58.45″N 12°35′15.92″E / 55.6829028°N 12.5877556°E / 55.6829028; 12.5877556 Attached side wing to the rear[92]
Dronningens Tværgade 5D, 1302 København K 55°40′58.81″N 12°35′16.24″E / 55.6830028°N 12.5878444°E / 55.6830028; 12.5878444 Detached rear wing from c. 1850[92]
Dronningens Tværgade 7   Dronningens Tværgade 7, 1302 København K Building from 1794 by H.C. Ondrup and A. Giedde [93]
  Dronningens Tværgade 7A, 1302 København K 1809 Rear wing from 1809 separating two of the three courtyards [93]
  Dronningens Tværgade 7B, 1302 København K 1879 L-shaped rear wing from 1879 [93]
Dronningens Tværgade 10   Dronningens Tværgade 10, 1302 København K 1799 House with side wing from 1802 [94]
Dronningens Tværgade 23:
Dronningegården
Dronningens Tværgade 23, 1302 København K 1799 L-shaped apartment building from 1943–44 by Kay Fisker, C.F. Møller and Eske Kristensen [95]
Dronningens Tværgade 37:
Christiansgården (part of Dronningegården)
Dronningens Tværgade 37, 1302 København K L-shaped apartment building by Kay Fisker, C.F. Møller and Eske Kristensen [96]
Dronningens Tværgade 56   Dronningens Tværgade 56, 1302 København K 1807 Building from 1806-07 by Thomas Blom [97]
Dronningens Tværgade 56, 1302 København K Side wing from 1806-07 by Thomas Blom [97]
Dronningens Tværgade 58   Dronningens Tværgade 58, 1302 København K 1807 Building
Dybensgade 16 Dybensgade 16, 1071 København K [98]
Dybensgade 22 Dybensgade 22, 1071 København K [99]
Dybensgade 24 Dybensgade 24, 1071 København K 1887 [100]
Dyrkøb 7   Dyrkøb 7, 1166 København K 1887 Building with side wing from c. 1870 [101]

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Listing name Image Location Year built Summary Ref
Esplanaden 6   Olfert Fischers Gade 5, 1311 København K 55°41′14.2″N 12°35′50.33″E / 55.687278°N 12.5973139°E / 55.687278; 12.5973139 Building from c. 1785 attributed to Andreas Kirkerup[102]
Esplanaden 15-17 Esplanaden 15, 1263 København K 55°41′17.76″N 12°35′27.38″E / 55.6882667°N 12.5909389°E / 55.6882667; 12.5909389 Three-storey building with tavern extension from 1856 by Gustav Friedrich Hetsch[103]

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Listing name Image Location Coordinates Summary
Fiolstræde 7   Fiolstræde 7, 1171 København K 55°40′52.3″N 12°34′21.14″E / 55.681194°N 12.5725389°E / 55.681194; 12.5725389 Building from 1819[104]
Fiolstræde 8:
Stiftsprovstsboligen
  Fiolstræde 8, 1171 København K 55°40′48.28″N 12°34′24.43″E / 55.6800778°N 12.5734528°E / 55.6800778; 12.5734528 Former residence of the stiftsprovst associated Church of Our Lady from c. 1840–41 with the wall along Fiolstræde[105]
Fiolstræde 9   Fiolstræde 9, 1171 København K 55°40′52.7″N 12°34′20.86″E / 55.681306°N 12.5724611°E / 55.681306; 12.5724611 Building from 1829 by F.C. Balsløw[106]
Fiolstræde 11   Fiolstræde 11, 1171 København K 55°40′52.98″N 12°34′19.94″E / 55.6813833°N 12.5722056°E / 55.6813833; 12.5722056 Building fronting the street from 1827-28 bu P.M. Quist[107]
Fiolstræde 11, 1171 København K 55°40′52.98″N 12°34′19.94″E / 55.6813833°N 12.5722056°E / 55.6813833; 12.5722056 Shed in the courtyardst[107]
Fiolstræde 12-14   Fiolstræde 12, 1171 København K 55°40′49.57″N 12°34′23.69″E / 55.6804361°N 12.5732472°E / 55.6804361; 12.5732472 Building from 1838-39 by Mads Holm[108]
Fiolstræde 13   Fiolstræde 13, 1171 København K 55°40′53.35″N 12°34′20.44″E / 55.6814861°N 12.5723444°E / 55.6814861; 12.5723444 Building with side wing from 1830-31 by F.C. Balsløw[109]
Fiolstræde 15   Fiolstræde 15, 1171 København K 55°40′53.73″N 12°34′20.15″E / 55.6815917°N 12.5722639°E / 55.6815917; 12.5722639 Building from 1833-34[110]
Fiolstræde 16   Fiolstræde 16, 1171 København K 55°40′50.12″N 12°34′23.33″E / 55.6805889°N 12.5731472°E / 55.6805889; 12.5731472 Building from 1728-32 which was refurbished and expanded with an extra floor in 1807[111]
Fiolstræde 17   Fiolstræde 17A, 1171 København K 55°40′54″N 12°34′19.7″E / 55.68167°N 12.572139°E / 55.68167; 12.572139 Building with side wing from 1850-51[112]
Fiolstræde 18   Fiolstræde 18, 1171 København K 55°40′50.47″N 12°34′23.15″E / 55.6806861°N 12.5730972°E / 55.6806861; 12.5730972 Corner building with side wing and rear wing from 1734[113]
Fiolstræde 19   Fiolstræde 19, 1171 København K 55°40′54.39″N 12°34′19.61″E / 55.6817750°N 12.5721139°E / 55.6817750; 12.5721139 Building with side wing from 1836 by Thomas Blom[114]
Fiolstræde 20 and Krystalgade 16   Fiolstræde 20, 1171 København K 55°40′52.42″N 12°34′21.99″E / 55.6812278°N 12.5727750°E / 55.6812278; 12.5727750 Corner building and the five-bay building at Krystalgade 10 from the 19th century[115]
Fiolstræde 21   Fiolstræde 21, 1171 København K 55°40′54.7″N 12°34′19.41″E / 55.681861°N 12.5720583°E / 55.681861; 12.5720583 Building with side wing from 1835-36 by Thomas Blom[116]
Fiolstræde 23   Fiolstræde 23A, 1171 København K 55°40′54.89″N 12°34′19.27″E / 55.6819139°N 12.5720194°E / 55.6819139; 12.5720194 Building with side wing from 1834-35 by Thomas Blom[117]
Fiolstræde 25-27   Fiolstræde 25A, 1171 København K 55°40′55.28″N 12°34′19.06″E / 55.6820222°N 12.5719611°E / 55.6820222; 12.5719611 Building at Fiolstræde 25 from 1814–15 and building at Fiolstræde 27 from 1811-13[118]
Fiolstræde 26   Fiolstræde 26, 1171 København K 55°40′52.85″N 12°34′21.77″E / 55.6813472°N 12.5727139°E / 55.6813472; 12.5727139 Building from 1808-09 by C.I. Schmidt[119]
Fiolstræde 28 Fiolstræde 28, 1171 København K 55°40′53.32″N 12°34′21.44″E / 55.6814778°N 12.5726222°E / 55.6814778; 12.5726222 Building from 1812–14 with side wing and rear wing from 1851[120]
Fiolstræde 29   Fiolstræde 29, 1171 København K 55°40′55.92″N 12°34′18.71″E / 55.6822000°N 12.5718639°E / 55.6822000; 12.5718639 Building from 1810 by J.C. Wahl[121]
Fiolstræde 30-32   Fiolstræde 30, 1171 København K 55°40′53.66″N 12°34′21.18″E / 55.6815722°N 12.5725500°E / 55.6815722; 12.5725500 Building at No. 30 which is from 1823 but was expanded with three extra floors in 1848, No. 32 1832 and two buildings in the courtyard from 1809[122]
Fiolstræde 34-36   Fiolstræde 36A, 1171 København K 55°40′55.1″N 12°34′20.27″E / 55.681972°N 12.5722972°E / 55.681972; 12.5722972 Building at No. 34 from 1810-11 by Poul Egeroed and building with side wing No. 36 from 1812 by Poul Egeroed[123]
Fiolstræde 38   Fiolstræde 39, 1171 København K 55°40′55.34″N 12°34′19.93″E / 55.6820389°N 12.5722028°E / 55.6820389; 12.5722028 Building from 1827[124]
Fiolstræde 40-42   Fiolstræde 40, 1171 København K 55°40′55.64″N 12°34′19.77″E / 55.6821222°N 12.5721583°E / 55.6821222; 12.5721583 Building from 1828[125]
  Fiolstræde 42, 1171 København K 55°40′56.06″N 12°34′19.51″E / 55.6822389°N 12.5720861°E / 55.6822389; 12.5720861 Corner building from 1827[125]
Fiolstræde 42, 1171 København K 55°40′56.06″N 12°34′19.51″E / 55.6822389°N 12.5720861°E / 55.6822389; 12.5720861 Building from 1973 connecting No. 40 and No. 42[125]
Fortunstræde 1   Fortunstræde 1, 1065 København K 55°40′41.11″N 12°34′53.42″E / 55.6780861°N 12.5815056°E / 55.6780861; 12.5815056 Corner building with two attached side wings from 1797–98 by Johan Christopher Suhr, (new Mansard roof)[126]
Fortunstræde 7:
Hotel Royal
  Fortunstræde 7, 1065 København K 55°40′40.47″N 12°34′51.83″E / 55.6779083°N 12.5810639°E / 55.6779083; 12.5810639 Building from 796 possibly designed by Jørgen Henrich Rawert and expanded with an extra floor in 1886[127]
Frederiksgade 20:
Dronningens Ridehus
  Frederiksgade 20, 1265 København K Indoor riding venue from 1800, possibly by Boye Magens[128]
Frederiksholms Kanal 12:
The Prince's Mansion
  Frederiksholms Kanal 12, 1220 København K Noble town mansion originally built in 1684 but expanded and adapted in 1726 and later by Johan Cornelius Krieger and again in 1743–44 by Niels Eigtved[129]
Frederiksholms Kanal: Frederiksholms Kanal 16   Frederiksholms Kanal 16, 1220 København K 1797 Building from 1851-52 by H.C. Stilling[130]
Frederiksholms Kanal 18: Frederiksholms Kanal 18   Frederiksholms Kanal 19, 1220 København K Building fronting the street from 1851-52 by H.C. Stilling sand attached side wing[131]
Frederiksholms Kanal 20 and Ny Kongensgade 4: Frederiksholms Kanal 20   Frederiksholms Kanal 20, 1220 København K Corner building originally from the 18th century but expanded with extra height and completely rebuilt in 1848[132]
Frederiksholms Kanal 20, 1220 København K Warehouse from 1848 [132]
  Ny Kongensgade 4, 1472 København K Building from 1848[132]
Frederiksholms Kanal 24: Johan Borups Højskole   Frederiksholms Kanal 24, 1220 København K Building from the 1740s[133]
Frederiksholms Kanal 26-28:
Civiletatens Materialgård
  Frederiksholms Kanal 26F, 1220 København K Royal Horse Guards Barracks:[134]
  Frederiksholms Kanal 26F, 1220 København K [134]
Vester Voldgade 119A, 1220 København K 1748 Building[134]
Frederiksholms Kanal 28K, 1220 København K 1748 Two-storey building facing the courtyard to the rear of the main building of Civiletatens materialgård[134]
  Frederiksholms Kanal 28A, 1220 København K Civiletatens Materialgård: The main building[134]
  Frederiksholms Kanal 28E, 1220 København K 56-sqm house with large dormer[134]
  Frederiksholms Kanal 28G, 1220 København K Rwo-storey building with exposed timber framing facing the small alley next to the Stable Boy's House[134]
  Frederiksholms Kanal 28E, 1220 København K [134]
Frederiksholms Kanal 30:
Fæstningens Materialgård
  Frederiksholms Kanal 30, 1220 København K 1740 Materialforvalterboligen: House from 1740[135]
  Frederiksholms Kanal 30, 1220 København K 1748 Magasinet: Half-timbered storage building along Vester Voldgade from 1748[135]
  Frederiksholms Kanal 30, 1220 København K Southern side wing: [135]
  Frederiksholms Kanal 30, 1220 København K Cemtral side wing: Two-storey building[135]
  Frederiksholms Kanal 30, 1220 København K Northern side wing:[135]
  Bryghusgade 2, 1220 København K Southeast wing[135]
Fredericiagade 4   Fredericiagade 4, 1310 København K 1854 7-bay building from 1854[136]
Fredericiagade 8   Fredericiagade 8, 1310 København K 1852 7-bay building from 1852[137]
Fredericiagade 12   Fredericiagade 12, 1310 København K 1853 Building fronting the street, side wigngt and rear wing from 1853[138]
Fredericiagade 14   Fredericiagade 21, 1310 København K 1854 House with side and rear wing from 1854[139]
Fredericiagade 21:
Hansen Mansion
  Fredericiagade 21, 1310 København K 1835 Town Mansion from 1835 by Jørgen Hansen Koch[140]
Fredericiagade 24:
Østre Landsret
  Fredericiagade 24, 1310 København K 1835 Former opera house from 1701-03 designed by Johan Conrad Ernst and later altered by Caspar Frederik Harsdorff[141]
  Fredericiagade 24, 1310 København K 1835 Long wing perpendicular on Fredericiagade[141]
Fredericiagade 73-79 and Rosengade 6-12   Fredericiagade 73–79, 1310 København K Four house from c. 1780 which were regurbished in c. 1975 by Erik Møller[142]
  Rosengade 6-12, 1309 København K Four house from c. 1780 which were regurbished in c. 1975 by Erik Møller[142]
Fredericiagade 86A   Fredericiagade 86A/88, 1310 København K House from the late 17th century [143]
Fredericiagade 90   Fredericiagade 90, 1310 København K House built in 1746 and expanded with extra height in 1847[144]
Fredericiagade 92   Fredericiagade 92, 1310 København K House from the late 17th century[145]
Fredericiagade 94   Fredericiagade 94, 1310 København K House from the late 17th century[146]

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Listing name Image Location Coordinates Summary
Gammel Mønt 21   Gammel Mønt 21, 1117 København K 55°40′53.07″N 12°34′50.81″E / 55.6814083°N 12.5807806°E / 55.6814083; 12.5807806 Building with side wing from 1730–37, expanded with extra height in 1755–60, facade rebuilt in brick before 1780, Mansard roof added ibefore 1785[147]
Gammel Mønt 23   Gammel Mønt 23, 1117 København K 55°40′53.17″N 12°34′50.54″E / 55.6814361°N 12.5807056°E / 55.6814361; 12.5807056 Building with side wing 1730–35, expanded with extra height before 1765 and then altered and the facade rebuilt in brick between 1765 and 1804[148]
Gammel Mønt 25   Gammel Mønt 25, 1117 København K 55°40′53.29″N 12°34′50.24″E / 55.6814694°N 12.5806222°E / 55.6814694; 12.5806222 Building with side wing from 1729, walls rebuilt in brick and building expanded with extra height (probably) in g 1788–89 and facade decorations added in 1891[149]
Gammel Mønt 27   Gammel Mønt 27, 1117 København K 55°40′53.45″N 12°34′49.9″E / 55.6815139°N 12.580528°E / 55.6815139; 12.580528 Building from 1730-35 which was expanded with extra height in 1793-94[150]
Gammel Mønt 29   Gammel Mønt 29, 1117 København K 55°40′53.59″N 12°34′49.59″E / 55.6815528°N 12.5804417°E / 55.6815528; 12.5804417 Building with side wing from 1730-35 which was expanded with extra height in 1743, 1779 and 1847[151]
Gammel Mønt 31   Gammel Mønt 31, 1117 København K 55°40′53.74″N 12°34′49.23″E / 55.6815944°N 12.5803417°E / 55.6815944; 12.5803417 Building from 1732 which was expanded with extra height in 1831 [152]
Gammel Mønt 35   Gammel Mønt 35, 1117 København K 55°40′54.09″N 12°34′48.57″E / 55.6816917°N 12.5801583°E / 55.6816917; 12.5801583 Building from 1730-36 which was altered in 1760-80 and expanded with extra height between 1835 and 1853[153]
Gammel Mønt 37   Gammel Mønt 37, 1117 København K 55°40′54.24″N 12°34′48.22″E / 55.6817333°N 12.5800611°E / 55.6817333; 12.5800611 [154]
Gammel Mønt 39   Gammel Mønt 39, 1117 København K 55°40′54.38″N 12°34′47.76″E / 55.6817722°N 12.5799333°E / 55.6817722; 12.5799333 Building from 1731 which was altered in 1748–87 and later[155]
Gammel Mønt 41   Gammel Mønt 41, 1117 København K 55°40′54.65″N 12°34′47.22″E / 55.6818472°N 12.5797833°E / 55.6818472; 12.5797833 Corner building from 1734[156]
Gammel Strand 36   Gammel Strand 36, 1202 København K 55°40′40.04″N 12°34′43.13″E / 55.6777889°N 12.5786472°E / 55.6777889; 12.5786472 Building with side wing and rear wing from 1800-01 by Johan Christopher Suhr[157]
Gammel Strand 38   Gammel Strand 38, 1202 København K 55°40′39.96″N 12°34′42.73″E / 55.6777667°N 12.5785361°E / 55.6777667; 12.5785361 Building with side wing from 1798-99[158]
Gammel Strand 40 and Læderstræde 9   Gammel Strand 40, 1202 København K 55°40′39.85″N 12°34′42.22″E / 55.6777361°N 12.5783944°E / 55.6777361; 12.5783944 Building with side wing from 1799-1801[159]
  Læderstræde 9, 1201 København K 55°40′41.21″N 12°34′41.75″E / 55.6781139°N 12.5782639°E / 55.6781139; 12.5782639 Building from 18301[159]
Gammel Strand 42   Gammel Strand 42, 1202 København K 55°40′39.76″N 12°34′41.68″E / 55.6777111°N 12.5782444°E / 55.6777111; 12.5782444 Building from 1799-1800 by Christopher Chrane[160]
Gammel Strand 42, 1202 København K 55°40′39.76″N 12°34′41.68″E / 55.6777111°N 12.5782444°E / 55.6777111; 12.5782444 Attached rear wing from 1799-1800 by Christopher Chrane[160]
Gammel Strand 44   Gammel Strand 44, 1202 København K 55°40′39.58″N 12°34′40.99″E / 55.6776611°N 12.5780528°E / 55.6776611; 12.5780528 Building with two side wings and rear wing from 1797 by F.C.G. Koop, fourth floor made taller in 1855 and dormer added in 1930[161]
Gammel Strand 46   Gammel Strand 46, 1202 København K 55°40′39.4″N 12°34′40.4″E / 55.677611°N 12.577889°E / 55.677611; 12.577889 Building with side wing and rear wing originally from 1732-33 but rebuilt in 1796-97 by Andreas Hallander[162]
Gammel Strand 48: Kunstforeningen   Gammel Strand 48, 1202 København K Gammel Strand 48: Building with northern side wing from 1750–51 by Philip de Lange, rebuilt after fire in 1795 and altered in 1796–97, dormer added in 1930. Læderstræde 15: Building from 1796 nu J.C. Taubert [163]
Gammel Strand 50   Gammel Strand 50, 1202 København K 55°40′39.02″N 12°34′38.92″E / 55.6775056°N 12.5774778°E / 55.6775056; 12.5774778 Building with side wing and rear wing from 1796-97 which was expanded with an extra floor in 1853[164]
Gammel Strand 52   Gammel Strand 52, 1202 København K 1937 Corner building from 1797–98 by H.C. Ondrup [165]
Gammeltorv:
Caritas Well
  Gammeltorv 0, 1457 København K 1609 Fountain from 1607-09 by Peter Hoffmann with schlpture by Statius Otto; altered 1784–85, possibly to design by Georg Erdman Rosenberg, well covered by a vault by Henrich Brandemann new plinth supporting the upper basin; altered in 1890–92 by Ludvig Fenger [166]
Gammeltorv: 6:
Stelling House
  Gammeltorv 0, 1457 København K 1937 Commercial property from 1937 by Arne Jacobsen [167]
Gammeltorv 14: Holm House   Gammeltorv 14, 1457 København K Building with side and rear wing from 1798 [168]
Gammeltorv 16:
Assessor Bachmann House
  Gammeltorv 18, 1457 København K 1797 Neoclassical building from 1796–97 with Ionic order pilaster and triangular pediment [169]
Gammeltorv 18, 1457 København K Eastern side wing [169]
Gammeltorv 18 A, 1457 København K 5-bay rear wing at the bottom of the long, narrow courtyard [169]
Gammeltorv 22:
Suhr House
  Gammeltorv 22, 1457 København K 1797 House with side wing from 1796–97 [170]
  Gammeltorv 22, 1457 København K Rear wing in red brick [170]
Gothersgade 8A & L:
Baron Boltens Gård
  Gothersgade 8A, 1123 København K Building with side wing and attached rear wing from 1771 [171]
  Gothersgade 8L, 1123 København K Half-timbered warehouse from 1755 [171]
Gothersgade 29   Gothersgade 29, 1123 København K Building from between 1677 and 1684 which was expanded with extra height in 1765 and again in 1837–48 and had its facade altered in 1863 as well as the rear sing from before 1710 (extra height added) [172]
Gothersgade 35: Hjorte Apotek   Gothersgade 35, 1123 København K Building from 1800-01 [173]
Gothersgade 56   Gothersgade 56, 1123 København K Building from 1800-01 [174]
Gothersgade 89   Gothersgade 89, 1123 København K 1729–32 and the attached side wing [175]
Gothersgade 100:
Rosenborg Barracks
  Gothersgade 100, 1123 København K 1937 Nuilding from 1742 nu Johan Cornelius Krieger which was adapted and expanded for use as Royal Life Guard barracks in 1785 by Ernst Peymann; expanded with an extra storey and a Mansard roof in i 1845–47. The complex also comprises the north wing from 1742 which was originally used as housing for servants [176]
Gothersgade 126:
Copenhagen Botanical Garden
  Gothersgade 126, 1123 København K 1937 The green house complex, terrace, staircase, round basin to the south and detached green houses to the east [177]
Gothersgade 140:
Botanical Laboratory
  Gothersgade 140, 1123 København K Building for UCC's Department of Botany from 1888–90, by Johan Daniel Herholdt, oncluding cross wing, walls, fence, gate pillars and two plantain trees [178]
Gothersgade 143
Kunstnerhjemmet
  Gothersgade 86, 1123 København K Corner building with side wing from 1878 af Henrik Hagemann [179]
Gråbrødretorv 1:
Fiskebløderhuset
  Gråbrødretorv 1, 1154 København K Building from with side and rear wing from 1731–32 [180]
Gråbrødretorv 2 and Løvstræde 14   Løvstræde 14, 1152 København K Building facing the square from c. 1730 (wall dormer converted to full storey in 1832) and side wing along Løvstræde from 1832 [181]
Gråbrødretorv 3:
Wessel House
  Gråbrødretorv 3, 1154 København K Building with side wing and rear wing from 1732 (altered in 1759(and appendix with staircase from c. 1816 [182]
Gråbrødretorv 4   Gråbrødretorv 4, 1154 København K Building from 1765 with side wing and rear wing [183]
Gråbrødretorv 5   Gråbrødretorv 5, 1154 København K Building with rear wing from 1732 (wall dormer removed in c. 1816 and recreated in 1964) [184]
Gråbrødretorv 6   Gråbrødretorv 6, 1154 København K Corner building from 1729 [185]
Gråbrødretorv 7   Gråbrødretorv 7, 1154 København K Building with side and rear wings from 1730–32 [186]
Gråbrødretorv 8   Gråbrødretorv 8, 1154 København K Building from c. 1730, dormer expanded to full third floor in 1852 and fourth floor added in 1858 [187]
Gråbrødretorv 9   Gråbrødretorv 9, 1154 København K Building from 1729 which was expanded from two to four storeys with wall dormer in 1779 [188]
Gråbrødretorv 11   Gråbrødretorv 11, 1154 København K Building with side wing from 1730-31which was expanded with an extra floor in 1843–44 [189]
  Valkendorfsgade 20, 1151 København K Building from 1844 with side and rear wing from 1747 [189]
Gråbrødretorv 12   Gråbrødretorv 12, 1154 København K Building from 1813 by H.O. Blom; which was expanded with extra height in 1816 by the same architect [190]
Gråbrødretorv 13   Gråbrødretorv 13, 1154 København K House from 1730–35 which was expanded with extra height in 1784 [191]
Gråbrødretorv 14   Gråbrødretorv 14, 1154 København K Building with side wing and rear wing from 1828 [192]
Gråbrødretorv 15   Gråbrødretorv 15, 1154 København K Building with the eastern side wing from c. 1730 which was strongly altered and expanded with two extra fstoreys in 1851–52 as well as the western side wing from 1851–52 [193]
Gråbrødretorv 16 og Gråbrødrestræde 18   Gråbrødretorv 16A, 1154 København K Corner building from 1819–21 by Johan Didrich Backhausen [194]
  Gråbrødrestræde 18, 1156 København K Rear wing from 1853 [194]
Gråbrødretorv 19–21, Gråbrødrestræde 23 and Klosterstræde 20   Gråbrødretorv 19, 1154 København K Gråbrødretorv 19 from c. 1730 (altered in 1808 and 1857-58), Gråbrødretorv 21/Gråbrødrestræde 23 from 1813 (altered in 1857-58) and Klosterstræde 20 from 1815-16 [195]
Grønnegade 18   Grønnegade 18, 1107 København K [196]
Grønnegade 27   Grønnegade 29, 1107 København K Building from before 1695, altered c. 1785 and 1834) med sidehus og baghus [197]
Grønningen 7:
Champagnehuset
  Grønningen 7, 1270 København K 1936 Modernist apartment building from 1936 by Ib Lunding [198]

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Listing name Image Locatio Coordinates Summary
Hauser Plads 12   Hauser Plads 12, 1127 København K 55°40′56.66″N 12°34′32.8″E / 55.6824056°N 12.575778°E / 55.6824056; 12.575778 Building from 1836[199]
Hauser Plads 14   Hauser Plads 14, 1127 København K 55°40′56.81″N 12°34′33.43″E / 55.6824472°N 12.5759528°E / 55.6824472; 12.5759528 Corner building from 1835 by Mads Holm[200]
Hauser Plads 16   Hauser Plads 16, 1127 København K Building from 1831 [201]
Hauser Plads 18   Hauser Plads 18, 1127 København K Building from 1838–39 [202]
Hauser Plads 24 and Åbenrå 23   Hauser Plads 24, 1127 København K The building on Hauser Plads from 1733 /altered in 1807) and the building on Åbenrå from 1733 [203]
Hauser Plads 26   Hauser Plads 26, 1127 København K Building from 1853–54 [204]
Hauser Plads 28–32   Hauser Plads 28, 1127 København K 1752 [205]
  Hauser Plads 30–32, 1127 København K [205]
Hausergade 34   Hausergade 34, 1127 København K Building from 1857 with the facade altered in 1866 [206]
Hausergade 36   Hausergade 36, 1127 København K Corner building from 1824–25 [207]
Havnegade 5:
Danmarks Nationalbank
  Kongens Nytorv 9, 1050 København K Bank building from 1965–1978 by Arne Jacobsen [208]
Havnegade 5:
Levin House
  Havnegade 29, 1058 København K 1866 Corner building from 1866 by Johan Daniel Herholdt [209]
Højbro Plads 3A: Warburg House   Højbro Plads 3A, 1200 København K Corner building with side wing from 1798–99 [210]
Højbro Plads 6: Højbro Plads 6   Højbro Plads 6, 1200 København K 55°40′41.66″N 12°34′46.09″E / 55.6782389°N 12.5794694°E / 55.6782389; 12.5794694 Building from 1804-06 by Niels Schønberg Kurtzhals[211]
Højbro Plads 9-11 and Lille Kirkestræde 6-8   Lille Kirkestræde 8, 1072 København K 1752 The corner building from 1796–99 [95]
  Lille Kirkestræde 6, 1072 København K Lille Kirkestræde 6: Building from 1796–99 (including the wall) [95]
  Højbro Plads 9, 1200 København K 55°40′42.61″N 12°34′48.8″E / 55.6785028°N 12.580222°E / 55.6785028; 12.580222 Building from 1796–99[95]
Højbro Plads 13   Højbro Plads 13, 1200 København K Corner building from 1796[212]
Højbro Plads 15   Højbro Plads 15, 1200 København K 55°40′41.72″N 12°34′49.12″E / 55.6782556°N 12.5803111°E / 55.6782556; 12.5803111 House with side wing from 1797[213]
Højbro Plads 17   Højbro Plads 17, 1200 København K 55°40′41.45″N 12°34′49.19″E / 55.6781806°N 12.5803306°E / 55.6781806; 12.5803306 House with side wing from 1797–98[214]
Højbro Plads 18   Højbro Plads 19, 1200 København K 55°40′41.13″N 12°34′49.3″E / 55.6780917°N 12.580361°E / 55.6780917; 12.580361 House with side wing from 1798–99 by Andreas Hallander[215]
Højbro Plads 21:
Ploug House
  Højbro Plads 21, 1200 København K 55°40′40.93″N 12°34′49.42″E / 55.6780361°N 12.5803944°E / 55.6780361; 12.5803944 Corner building from 1798–99 by Andreas Hallander[216]
  Højbro Plads 21A, 1200 København K 55°40′41.3″N 12°34′50.23″E / 55.678139°N 12.5806194°E / 55.678139; 12.5806194 Side wing from the late 19th century[216]
  Højbro Plads 21B, 1200 København K 55°40′41.63″N 12°34′50.83″E / 55.6782306°N 12.5807861°E / 55.6782306; 12.5807861 Warehouse from 1798–99 by Andreas Hallander[216]
Holmens Kanal: Statue of Niels Juel   Holmens Kanal 0, 1060 København K Monument to Niels Juel from |1877–78 nu Theobald Stein [217]
Holmens Kanal 2: Erichsen Mansion   Holmens Kanal 2, 1060 København K L-shapred building with main wing fronting Kongens Nytorv and nine-bay wing along Holmens Kanal from 1797–99 nu Vaspar Frederik Harsdorff [218]
Holmens Kanal 7: Grøns Pakhus   Holmens Kanal 7, 1060 København K Department store from 1862–63 by Johan Daniel Herholdt [219]
Holmens Kanal 14   Holmens Kanal 14, 1060 København K Building from 1897–98 by Hermann Baagøe Storck [220]
Hyskenstræde 3–5   Hyskenstræde 3, 1207 København K 55°40′41.59″N 12°34′35.84″E / 55.6782194°N 12.5766222°E / 55.6782194; 12.5766222 Building with two attached, symmetrical side wings from 1854–55[221]
Hyskenstræde 7   Hyskenstræde 7, 1207 København K 55°40′40.93″N 12°34′36.41″E / 55.6780361°N 12.5767806°E / 55.6780361; 12.5767806 Building with side wing from 1800 [222]
Hyskenstræde 9   Hyskenstræde 9, 1207 København K 55°40′40.68″N 12°34′36.7″E / 55.6779667°N 12.576861°E / 55.6779667; 12.576861 Building from 1798-99 which was completely altered in 1834 except for the facade[223]
Hyskenstræde 14   Hyskenstræde 14, 1207 København K 55°40′40.75″N 12°34′35.78″E / 55.6779861°N 12.5766056°E / 55.6779861; 12.5766056 Building from 1798 by Mathias Casse[224]
Hyskenstræde 16   Hyskenstræde 16, 1207 København K 55°40′40.55″N 12°34′36.02″E / 55.6779306°N 12.5766722°E / 55.6779306; 12.5766722 Building from 1797 by L.L. Thrane[225]

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Listing name Image Location Coordinates Summary
Klareboderne 3: Gyldendal   Klareboderne 3, 1115 København K 55°40′51.47″N 12°34′41.47″E / 55.6809639°N 12.5781861°E / 55.6809639; 12.5781861 Building froby1731-34 af Abraham Stoy[226]
Klareboderne 8 Klareboderne 8, 1115 København K 55°40′51.31″N 12°34′42.34″E / 55.6809194°N 12.5784278°E / 55.6809194; 12.5784278 Building with side wing from 1733 which was expanded with an extra floor in 1864[227]
Klareboderne 10   Klareboderne 3, 1115 København K 55°40′51.5″N 12°34′42.61″E / 55.680972°N 12.5785028°E / 55.680972; 12.5785028 Building with side wing from between 1730 and 1737 which was expanded with extra height in 1845[228]
Klerkegade 10: Selskabet Kjæden   Klerkegade 10A, 1308 København K 1800 Free Mason's Hall from 1869 by Vilhelm Tvede with side and rear wings at 10A from 1876 and the building at 10B from 1883 [229]
Klerkegade 25:
Den Wintherfeldtske Stiftelse
Klerkegade 25A, 1308 København K The 14 eastern bays from 1837 of the 19-bay building [230]
  Klerkegade 25R, 1308 København K 1820 The six western bays from 1846-47 of the 19-bay building [230]
Klerkegade 25G: Den Treschowske Stiftelse Klerkegade 25G, 1308 København K 1800 Four-storey building from 1847 situated in the courtyard to the rear of Den Wintherfeldtske Stiftelse [231]
Klosterstræde 8   Klosterstræde 8, 1157 København K 1800 Building from 1732, which was altered and expanded with extra height between 1782 and 1795 [232]
Klosterstræde 16   Klosterstræde 16, 1157 København K 1800 [233]
Klosterstræde 21   Klosterstræde 21, 1157 København K 1800 Building from 1817 [234]
Klosterstræde 22   Klosterstræde 22, 1157 København K 1800 Corner building from 1828 by Johan Didrich Backhausen [235]
Klosterstræde 23   Klosterstræde 23, 1157 København K 1800 Building facing the street from 1811-12 as well as the rear wing and two side wings from 1808-09[236]
Klosterstræde 24   Klosterstræde 24, 1157 København K 1800 Corner building from 1821 with four-bay extension towards Klosterstræde in 1827 and three extra floors added in 1833 [237]
Knabrostræde 3   Knabrostræde 3, 1210 København K 1800 [238]
Knabrostræde 5   Knabrostræde 5, 1210 København K 1800 Corner building from 1799–1800 by Ernst Burmeister Building from 1798-1800[239]
Knabrostræde 9   Knabrostræde 9, 1210 København K 1800 Corner building from 1799–1800 by Ernst Burmeister [238]
Knabrostræde 14   Knabrostræde 14, 1210 København K 1800 Corner building from 1799–1801 [240]
Knabrostræde 16   Knabrostræde 14, 1210 København K 1800 Building from 1797-99 by H.C. Ondrup and completed in 1804 by Andreas Hallander[241]
Knabrostræde 19   Knabrostræde 19, 1210 København K 1800 Corner building from 1797-98 by Johan Martin Quist[242]
Knabrostræde 21   Knabrostræde 21, 1210 København K 1800 Building with two side wings from 1797-98 by Johan Martin Quist[243]
Knabrostræde 22   Knabrostræde 22, 1210 København K 1733 House from 1735 which has been altered in 1775, 1871 and 1896 [244]
Knabrostræde 24   Knabrostræde 24, 1210 København K 1733 Half-timbered building from c. 1730 whose facade was rebuilt in brick in 1822: later subject to further alterations[245]
Knabrostræde 25   Knabrostræde 25, 1210 København K 1733 Corner building with side wing from 1838[246]
Knabrostræde 26: Soli Deo Gloria   Knabrostræde 26, 1210 København K 1733 Building from 1783 with side and rear wing from 1728–45, later altered and courtyard covered in the 1850s [247]
Knabrostræde 28   Knabrostræde 28, 1210 København K 1733 Complex from c. 1730 consisting of two attached wings with gables facing Knabrostræde, a staircase tower and Magstræde and a wall surrounding the courtyard[248]
Knabrostræde 30   Knabrostræde 30, 1210 København K 1733 Building from 1733 [249]
Købmagergade 5   Købmagergade 5, 1150 København K 55°40′45.75″N 12°34′45.55″E / 55.6793750°N 12.5793194°E / 55.6793750; 12.5793194 Building with two side wings which were originally built in three storeys in 1729 but expanded with two extra floors in the late 18th century and a rear wing from 1807 that connects the two side wings to the rear[250]
Købmagergade 7   Købmagergade 7, 1150 København K 55°40′46.08″N 12°34′45.25″E / 55.6794667°N 12.5792361°E / 55.6794667; 12.5792361 Building from 1729 by Philip de Lange which was expanded with extra height in the 1820s as well as a side wing and a rear wing[251]
Købmagergade 13   Købmagergade 13, 1150 København K 55°40′47.51″N 12°34′44.3″E / 55.6798639°N 12.578972°E / 55.6798639; 12.578972 [252]
Kompagnistræde 2   Kompagnistræde 2, 1208 København K Corner building from 1798 by L.L. Thrane [253]
Kompagnistræde 3   Kompagnistræde 3, 1208 København K Building from 1796 (extra height added in 1803 and 1835) and attached side wing [254]
Kompagnistræde 4   Kompagnistræde 4, 1208 København K Building from 1787 [255]
Kompagnistræde 5   Kompagnistræde 5, 1208 København K Building from 1798-1800[239]
Kompagnistræde 7-7A   Kompagnistræde 7, 1208 København K Building fronting the street from 1797-98 [256]
Kompagnistræde 7A, 1208 København K 1820 Rear wing[256]
Kompagnistræde 7, 1208 København K 1820 Extension to rear wing[256]
Kompagnistræde 8   Kompagnistræde 8, 1208 København K Corner building from 1799-1800 by Hans Weile[257]
Kompagnistræde 9   Kompagnistræde 8, 1208 København K Building with side wing from 1796–97 by C.C. Jennerich [258]
Kompagnistræde 10   Kompagnistræde 10, 1208 København K Corner building with side wing from 1795-96[259]
Kompagnistræde 11   Kompagnistræde 11, 1208 København K Building with side wing from 1797–98 with extra height added in 1847[260]
Kompagnistræde 12   Kompagnistræde 12, 1208 København K Building from 1797-98 by Hans Weile[261]
Kompagnistræde 14   Kompagnistræde 14, 1208 København K Building from 1797-98 by Michael Bälckow nad rear wing[262]
Kompagnistræde 16   Kompagnistræde 16, 1208 København K Building from 1798[260]
Kompagnistræde 16A, 1208 København K Rear wing[260]
Kompagnistræde 17   Kompagnistræde 11, 1208 København K Building from 1798 by Michael Bälckow[263]
Kompagnistræde 18   Kompagnistræde 18, 1208 København K 1796 Corner building from 1797 by Andreas Hallander[264]
Kompagnistræde 20   Kompagnistræde 20, 1208 København K 1796 ][265]
Kompagnistræde 21   Kompagnistræde 21, 1208 København K 1796 ][266]
  Kompagnistræde 21, 1208 København K 1796 ][267]
Kompagnistræde 21, 1208 København K 1796 ][268]
  Kompagnistræde 21, 1208 København K 1796 ][269]
Kompagnistræde 23   Kompagnistræde 23, 1208 København K 1796 ][270]
Kompagnistræde 24   Kompagnistræde 24, 1208 København K 1796 ][271]
Kompagnistræde 24, 1208 København K 1796 ][272]
Kompagnistræde 25 Kompagnistræde 21, 1208 København K 1796 ][273]
Kompagnistræde 29 Kompagnistræde 29, 1208 København K 1796 ][274]
Kompagnistræde 31 Kompagnistræde 31, 1208 København K 1796 ][275]
Kompagnistræde 32   Kompagnistræde 32, 1208 København K 1796 ][276]
Kongens Nytorv: Equestrian statue of Christian V   Kongens Nytorv 0, 1050 København K 1796 Equestrian statue from 1685–87 by Abraham César Lamoureux, recast in bronze instead of lead in 1946 [208]
Kongens Nytorv 1:
SCharlottenborg Palace
  Kongens Nytorv 1, 1050 København K Four-winged town mansion from 1672 and later, probably designed by Ewert Janssen [277]
Kongens Nytorv 1, 1050 København K 1820 The attached building in the southeastern corner from c. 1730 which contained Bertel Thorvaldsen's apartment [277]
Kongens Nytorv 3:
Harsdorff House
  Kongens Nytorv 3, 1050 København K 1780 Neoclassical townhouse from 1779–80 by Caspar Frederik Harsdorff [278]
Kongens Nytorv 9:
Royal Danish Theatre
  Kongens Nytorv 9, 1050 København K 1874 Theatre building from 1872–74 by Vilhelm Dahlerup and Ove Petersen [279]
Kronprinsensgade 5: A.C. Perch's Thehandel Kronprinsensgade 5, 1114 København K 1800 Building from 1803 by Christian Martens [280]
Kronprinsensgade 7: kronprinsensgade 7   Kronprinsensgade 7, 1114 København K 1800 Building from 1805-07 by Peder Friis [281]
Kronprinsessegade 2: Lars Larsen House   Kronprinsessegade 2, 1306 København K 1800 Corner building from 1801 [282]
Kronprinsessegade 6   Kronprinsessegade 6, 1306 København K 1800 Building with side wing and attached intersecting wing from 803-04 nu Johan Martin Quist (later altered and expanded with an extra storey) [283]
Kronprinsessegade 8   Kronprinsessegade 8, 1306 København K 1800 Building with side wing from 1803-04 [284]
Kronprinsessegade 10–12   Kronprinsessegade 10, 1306 København K 1800 Two buildings with side wings by Johan Martin Quist of which No. 10 is from 1803–04 and Np. 12 is from 1805-06 [285]
Kronprinsessegade 14   Kronprinsessegade 14, 1306 København K 1800 Building with side wing and cross wing from 1805 by Johan Martin Quist [286]
Kronprinsessegade 16   Kronprinsessegade 16, 1306 København K 1800 Building with side wing from 1806 by Johan Martin Quist [287]
Kronprinsessegade 18   Kronprinsessegade 18, 1306 København K 1800 Building with side wing and attached cross wing from 1807 by Johan Martin Quist [288]
Kronprinsessegade 20   Kronprinsessegade 20, 1306 København K Building with side wing from 1805 by Andreas Hallander [289]
Kronprinsessegade 20A, 1306 København K Nine-bay rear wing and wall [289]
Kronprinsessegade 22-24   Kronprinsessegade 22, 1306 København K 1800 Two buildings from Forhusene 1807-08 by Andreas Hallander and A. C. Wilcken [290]
Kronprinsessegade 26   Kronprinsessegade 26, 1306 København K Building with side wing from 1805-06 by Jørgen Henrich Rawert [291]
Kronprinsessegade 26B, 1306 København K 13-bay rear wing from 1805-06 by Jørgen Henrich Rawert [291]
Kronprinsessegade 28   Kronprinsessegade 28, 1306 København K 1800 Building from 1805-06 by Jørgen Henrich Rawert with the facade later altered [292]
Kronprinsessegade 30   Kronprinsessegade 30, 1306 København K Building with side wing from 1806-07 by Jørgen Henrik Rawert [293]
Kronprinsessegade 30, 1306 København K Rxtension of the side wing [293]
Kronprinsessegade 32   Kronprinsessegade 32, 1306 København K 1800 Building from 1804-05 by Johan Didrich Backhausen [294]
Kronprinsessegade 34   Kronprinsessegade 34, 1306 København K 1800 Building with two-bay side wing from 1805-06 [295]
Kronprinsessegade 36   Kronprinsessegade 36, 1306 København K Building with side wing from 1824-25 by Thomas Blom with later dormer [296]
  Kronprinsessegade 36B, 1306 København K Rear wing from 1820 [296]
Kronprinsessegade 38   Kronprinsessegade 38, 1306 København K 1800 Corner building from 1805-06 by Thomas Blom [297]
Kronprinsessegade 40   Kronprinsessegade 40, 1306 København K 1800 Corner building from 1810-11 by Thomas Blom [298]
Kronprinsessegade 42   Kronprinsessegade 42, 1306 København K 1800 Building from 1815–16 by Thomas Blom [299]
Kronprinsessegade 44: Jacob Gade Kollegiet Kronprinsessegade 44, 1306 København K 1800 Building from 1804-05 which has later been expanded with extra height and with a facade on the street dating altered in 1847 [300]
Kronprinsessegade 46: Kronprinsessegade Barracks   Kronprinsessegade 46, 1306 København K Building with side wing from 1803 by Philip Lange [301]
  Kronprinsessegade 46A, 1306 København K Building fronting the street from 1805-06 by Andreas Hallander and Jørgen Henrich Rawert [301]
Kronprinsessegade 48E, 1306 København K Rear wing from 1805-06 by Andreas Hallander and Jørgen Henrich Rawert [301]
Kronprinsessegade 48–50   Kronprinsessegade 50, 1306 København K 1800 No. 49: Building from 1807 by Jens Dahl; Np. 50: Building from 1806 by Jens Dahl (facade was later altered) which was shortened with one bay in 1959 [302]
Krystalgade 3   Krystalgade 3, 1172 København K 1830 Building from 1808-09[303]
Krystalgade 5 and 5B   Krystalgade 5, 1172 København K Building with side wing and rear wing, originally from the 1730s but expabded with extra height in 1857-58[304]
Krystalgade 5, 1172 København K Toilet building in the courtyard from c. c. 1913[304]
Krystalgade 9   Krystalgade 9, 1172 København K 1830 Building with side wing from 1786 and rear wing from c. 1860[305]
Krystalgade 11   Krystalgade 11, 1172 København K 1830 Building with side wing from 1730-35 which was heightened several times between 1766 and 1788[306]
Krystalgade 8:
Church of Our Lady's School
  Krystalgade 8, 1172 København K 1830 School building from 1820[307]
Kvæsthusgade 3: Zinn House   Kvæsthusgade 3, 1251 København K 1800 Building originally from 1751 but extra height added in 1812 and orio windows added in the 20th century[308]
Kvæsthusgade 5   Kvæsthusgade 5, 1251 København K 1800 Building originally from 1736, but expanded with two extra floors and adapted in 1845[309]

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Listing name Image Location Coordinates Summary
Læderstræde 5   Læderstræde 7, 1201 København K [310]
Læderstræde 7   Læderstræde 7, 1201 København K 55°40′41.42″N 12°34′42.34″E / 55.6781722°N 12.5784278°E / 55.6781722; 12.5784278 Corner building with side wing from 1796-97 by Jens Jansen[311]
Læderstræde 11B   Læderstræde 11, 1201 København K 55°40′40.99″N 12°34′41.07″E / 55.6780528°N 12.5780750°E / 55.6780528; 12.5780750 The western building fronting the street of which the seven western bays date from 1806 and the two eastern bays date from an extension in 1813 as well as a side wing and a rear wing[312]
Læderstræde 36   Læderstræde 36, 1201 København K 55°40′40.37″N 12°34′37.21″E / 55.6778806°N 12.5770028°E / 55.6778806; 12.5770028 Corner building from 1798–99 by Christopher Chrane[311]
Laksegade 26/Nikolajgade 24   Laksegade 26, 1063 København K 55°40′39.73″N 12°34′58.09″E / 55.6777028°N 12.5828028°E / 55.6777028; 12.5828028 Corner building from 1797–98 [313]
Laksegade 28   Laksegade 28, 1063 København K 55°40′39.59″N 12°34′57.64″E / 55.6776639°N 12.5826778°E / 55.6776639; 12.5826778 Building from 1796–97 [314]
Laksegade 30   Laksegade 30, 1063 København K 55°40′39.49″N 12°34′57.26″E / 55.6776361°N 12.5825722°E / 55.6776361; 12.5825722 Corner building with side wing from 1797–99 [315]
Larsbjørnsstræde 5   Larsbjørnsstræde 5, 1454 København K 1820 Building fronting the street and its two side wings from 1797-98 by J.C. Wahl [316]
Larsbjørnsstræde 5A, 1454 København K 1820 Building separating the two courtyards and its side wing from the late 19th century [316]
Larsbjørnsstræde 6   Larsbjørnsstræde 6, 1454 København K 1799 Building from 1798 by Philip Lange and L.L. Thrane [317]
Larsbjørnsstræde 7   Larsbjørnsstræde 7, 1454 København K 1799 Building from 1797 [318]
Larsbjørnsstræde 11   Larsbjørnsstræde 11, 1454 København K 1799 Building from 1796-98 [319]
Larsbjørnsstræde 13   Larsbjørnsstræde 13, 1454 København K 1799 Building with side wing and rear wing from 1795-96 [320]
Larsbjørnsstræde 14   Larsbjørnsstræde 14, 1454 København K 1799 Three-bay building from 1796 [321]
Larsbjørnsstræde 16   Larsbjørnsstræde 17, 1454 København K 1799 Corner building with side wing from 1798 by Christian Martens [322]
Larsbjørnsstræde 17   Larsbjørnsstræde 17, 1454 København K 1799 Corner building with side wing from 1796 [323]
Larsbjørnsstræde 18   Larsbjørnsstræde 18, 1454 København K 1799 Corner building from 1796-97 [324]
Larsbjørnsstræde 19   Larsbjørnsstræde 19, 1454 København K 1799 Building from 1797 [325]
Larsbjørnsstræde 21   Larsbjørnsstræde 21, 1454 København K 1799 Building from 1796-98 [326]
Larsbjørnsstræde 23   Larsbjørnsstræde 23, 1454 København K 1799 Building from 1807-08 [327]
Larsbjørnsstræde 25   Larsbjørnsstræde 25, 1454 København K 1799 Building from 1796 [328]
Larslejsstræde 2:
St. Peter's Church's former rectory
  Larslejsstræde 2, 1451 København K 1820 Gormer rectory from 1820 consisting of house and wall along Larslejsstræde and building fronting Sankt Peders Stræde [329]
  Larslejsstræde 2, 1451 København K 1820 Gormer rectory from 1820 consisting of house and wall along Larslejsstræde and building fronting Sankt Peders Stræde [329]
Larslejsstræde 7:
Sankt Petri Plejehus, Thymes og Pelts Stiftelse
  Larslejsstræde 7, 1451 København K 1899 Three-winged complex in red brick from 1899 by Fr.L. Levy and its interior courtyard [330]
Lavendelstræde 1 and Hestemøllestræde 2   Lavendelstræde 1, 1462 København K 1799 Building from 1806-07 by L.L. Thrane which was expanded with ive bays in 1892–93 [331]
Lavendelstræde 4–6   Lavendelstræde 4, 1462 København K Np 4: Building with two-storey side wing from 1799 /Mansard roof added in c. 1910); No. 6: Building from 1799 [332]
Lavendelstræde 10   Lavendelstræde 10, 1462 København K Building with two attached side wings from 1796–97 [311]
Lille Kannikestræde 4: Krigsraad Mørks Minde   Lille Kannikestræde 4, 1170 København K 55°40′48.66″N 12°34′29″E / 55.6801833°N 12.57472°E / 55.6801833; 12.57472 Building from 1830-31 by C.O. Aagaard[333]
Lille Kirkestræde 1 and Nikolaj Plads 28   Gammel Mønt 21, 1117 København K Corner building from 1797 by Andreas Hallander [334]
Lille Kongensgade 16: Karel van Mander House   Lille Kongensgade 16, 1074 København K Building fronting Østergade from the middle of the 17th century but expanded with an extra storey in 1918 and building fronting Lille Kongensgade from the middle of the 17th century and 1877–79 as well as the connecting wings [335]
Lille Strandstræde 3   Lille Strandstræde 3, 1254 København K Building originally from the early 18th century but altered in 1857 as well as the side wing from yje 18th century and the wing (1732) separating the two consecutive courtyards [336]
Lille Strandstræde 6: Verrayon House   Lille Strandstræde 6, 1254 København K House with side wing from 1769 – possibly designed by Nicolas-Henri Jardin – and an attached rear wing (c. 1680), a warehouse (1805) and the two cobbled courtyards [337]
Lille Strandstræde 8   Lille Strandstræde 8, 1254 København K Building from the 18th century which was adapted and expanded with two extra storeys in 1786 and the attached side wing from 1832 [338]
Lille Strandstræde 10   Lille Strandstræde 10, 1254 København K Four-bay building from c. 1750 (adapted in 1888), nine-bay side wing and two-bay rear wing from before 1750 as well as the cobbled courtyard [339]
Lille Strandstræde 12   Lille Strandstræde 12, 1254 København K Building with side wing from 1785 with extra height and new facade decorations added in 1832 [340]
Lille Strandstræde 13-15  

Lille Strandstræde 13, 1254 København K || || Corner building with side wing at Lille Strandstræde 15, the building at Lille Strandstræde 13 and a warehouse in the courtyard || [341]

Lille Strandstræde 14: Brigadér Halling House   Lille Strandstræde 14A, 1254 København K House with four-bay side wing and half-timbered staircase tower, originally dating from the 17th century but altered in 1773–76 probably by Hans Næss [342]
Lille Strandstræde 16   Lille Strandstræde 16, 1254 København K House from the 18th century and later [343]
Lille Strandstræde 18   Lille Strandstræde 18, 1254 København K 1799 Building with side wing from 1833-34 [344]
Lille Strandstræde 20   Lille Strandstræde 20, 1254 København K 1799 Building fronting the street from 1797 (expanded with an extra floor in 1855) as well as two side wings and an attached rear wing from 1858 [345]

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Listing name Image Location Coordinates Description
Magstræde 6:
Schäffer House
  Magstræde 6, 1204 København K 55°40′35.63″N 12°34′32.75″E / 55.6765639°N 12.5757639°E / 55.6765639; 12.5757639 House with dressed, half-timbered side wing from 1733–34 by Philip de Lange[346]
Magstræde 7 Magstræde 7, 1204 København K 55°40′35.31″N 12°34′33.16″E / 55.6764750°N 12.5758778°E / 55.6764750; 12.5758778 Building from c. 1730 which was adapted in 1803 by Poul Egeroed[347]
Magstræde 8   Magstræde 8, 1204 København K 55°40′35.46″N 12°34′32.3″E / 55.6765167°N 12.575639°E / 55.6765167; 12.575639 Building from c. 1730-50 which was altered in c. 1780-90[348]
Magstræde 12   Magstræde 12, 1204 København K 55°40′35.11″N 12°34′31.41″E / 55.6764194°N 12.5753917°E / 55.6764194; 12.5753917 [349]
Magstræde 16   Magstræde 16, 1204 København K 55°40′34.74″N 12°34′30.47″E / 55.6763167°N 12.5751306°E / 55.6763167; 12.5751306 Building from between 1730 and 1735 and extension with staircase[350]
Magstræde 17-19 and Nybrogade 30   Magstræde 17, 1204 København K 1752 Two front-gabled houses from the 17th century[351]
  Nybrogade 30, 1203 København K Houses from 1740–80 which was altered in 1845[351]
Magstræde 18   Magstræde 18, 1204 København K 55°40′34.66″N 12°34′30.19″E / 55.6762944°N 12.5750528°E / 55.6762944; 12.5750528 Building from c. 1730 with side wing and rear wing[352]
Magstræde 20   Magstræde 20, 1204 København K 55°40′34.55″N 12°34′29.9″E / 55.6762639°N 12.574972°E / 55.6762639; 12.574972 Building from the 17th century which was heightened and rebuilt in brick in 1730–68, a staircase tower 1768 and rear wing from the 18th century which has been heightened after 1728[353]
Møntergade 4   Møntergade 4, 1116 København K 1837 Building from 1730–37 with extra height added in c. 1775 and staircase appendix from c. 1830[354]
Møntergade 6   Møntergade 6, 1116 København K 1837 Building with side wing from 1836–37[355]
Møntergade 8   Møntergade 8, 1116 København K 1837 Building from 1730–35 with extra height added and the facade rebuilt in brick between 1829 and 1832[356]
Møntergade 10   Møntergade 10, 1116 København K 1837 Building from 1732 with new facade in 1857[357]
Møntergade 12   Møntergade 12, 1116 København K 1837 Building with two side wings from 1730[358]
Møntergade 14 Møntergade 14, 1116 København K 1837 Building (with side wing) from between 1730 and 1736 but completely rebuilt in 1763[359]
Møntergade 14A, 1116 København K 1837 Rear wing[359]
Møntergade 16   Møntergade 16, 1116 København K 1837 Building with staircase and rear wing from the 1730s with extra height added in 1770[360]

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Listing name Image Location Coordinates Summary
Naboløs 1   Naboløs 1, 1206 København K 55°40′39.61″N 12°34′37.48″E / 55.6776694°N 12.5770778°E / 55.6776694; 12.5770778 Corner building from 1798–99 by H.C. Ondrup[361]
Naboløs 2   Naboløs 2, 1206 København K 55°40′39.4″N 12°34′36.83″E / 55.677611°N 12.5768972°E / 55.677611; 12.5768972 Corner building with side wing from 1797 by Philip Lange and L.L. Thrane[362]
Naboløs 3   Naboløs 3, 1206 København K 55°40′39.3″N 12°34′37.72″E / 55.677583°N 12.5771444°E / 55.677583; 12.5771444 Building from 1798 by H.C. Ondrup[363]
Naboløs 4 and Snaregade 4   Naboløs 4, 1206 København K 55°40′38.93″N 12°34′37.22″E / 55.6774806°N 12.5770056°E / 55.6774806; 12.5770056 Building with side wing from 1802 af J.L. Thrane[364]
Snaregade 4, 1205 København K 55°40′38.29″N 12°34′37″E / 55.6773028°N 12.57694°E / 55.6773028; 12.57694 Building with side wing from 1802 af J.L. Thrane[364]
Naboløs 6:
Henriette Melchiors Stiftelse
  Naboløs 6, 1206 København K 55°40′38.59″N 12°34′37.5″E / 55.6773861°N 12.577083°E / 55.6773861; 12.577083 Corner building from 1796–97 whose facade was altered in 1829 and 1849[365]
Niels Hemmingsens Gade 3   Niels Hemmingsens Gade 3, 1153 København K 55°40′44.34″N 12°34′39.97″E / 55.6789833°N 12.5777694°E / 55.6789833; 12.5777694 Building from 1736 which was altered and expanded with extra height in 1786[366]
Niels Hemmingsens Gade 23   Niels Hemmingsens Gade 23, 1153 København K Building with side wing from c. 1730[367]
Niels Hemmingsens Gade 32   Niels Hemmingsens Gade 32, 1153 København K 55°40′49.03″N 12°34′34.04″E / 55.6802861°N 12.5761222°E / 55.6802861; 12.5761222 Building from between 1739 and 1744 which was in 1853–54 as well as the side wing from between 1762 and 1777 which was altered in 1853–54 and expanded with extra height between 1869 and 1873[368]
Nikolaj Plads 3   Lille Kongensgade 34, 1074 København K 1837 Corner building of which the western part dates from 1758 and the southern part dates from 1728 but was rebuilt in brick in 1830 [369]
Nikolaj Plads 5   Nikolaj Plads 5, 1067 København K 1837 Corner building from 1853–54 by P.C. Hagemann [370]
Nikolaj Plads 7   Nikolaj Plads 7, 1067 København K 1837 Building from 1848–49 by P.C. Hagemann [371]
Nikolaj Plads 9   Nikolaj Plads 9, 1067 København K 1837 Building from 1848–49 by P.C. Hagemann [372]
Nikolaj Plads 10   Nikolaj Plads 1+, 1067 København K 1837 Church tower from 1582 to c. 1600 with spire from 1907-09 [373]
Nikolaj Plads 11   Nikolaj Plads 11, 1067 København K 1837 Building from 1848–49 by P.C. Hagemann [374]
Nikolaj Plads 15   Vingårdsstræde 22 and Nikolaj Plads 15, 1070 København K 1837 Corner building from 1848–49 by P.C. Hagemann [375]
Nikolaj Plads 23   Nikolaj Plads 23, 1067 København K 1837 Corner building from 1800 by H.C. Schmidt [376]
Nikolaj Plads 27   Nikolaj Plads 27, 1067 København K 1837 Corner building from 1796–97 and side wing from 1800 [377]
Nikolaj Plads 32: Sankt Nicolai Hus   Nikolaj Plads 32, 1067 København K 1837 Building with side wing, partly from 1796 by Andreas Hallander [378]
Nikolajgade 17   Nikolajgade 17, 1068 København K 1837 Building from 1828-29 [379]
Nikolajgade 18   Nikolajgade 18, 1068 København K 1837 Warehouse from 1817–18 [380]
Nikolajgade 19   Nikolajgade 19, 1068 København K 1837 Corner building from 1796–97 by Andreas Kirkerup [381]
Nikolajgade 20   Nikolajgade 20, 1068 København K 1837 Corner building from 1799 by A.C. Wilcken. Rebuilt after fire in 1855 [382]
Nikolajgade 22:
Hald House
  Nikolajgade 22, 1068 København K 1752 Corner building from 1799 [383]
  Dybensgade 19, 1071 København K Warehouse from 1799 [383]
Nordre Toldbod 1: Visitationsbygningen and Lumskebugten   Nordre Toldbod 1, 1259 København K 1837 [384]
  Nordre Toldbod 1, 1259 København K 1837 [384]
Nordre Toldbod 8: Port Authority Building   Nordre Toldbod 7, 1259 København K 1837 [385]
  Nordre Toldbod 7, 1259 København K 1837 [385]
  Nordre Toldbod 7, 1259 København K 1837 [385]
Nordre Toldbod 12: Løveport   Nordre Toldbod 12, 1259 København K 1837 Building with arcade and the so-called Lion Gate, both from 1856 and designed by G.F. Hetsch[386]
Nørre Voldgade 16   Nørre Voldgade 16, 1358 København K 1837 Building with side wing from 1836–37 [355]
Nørre Voldgade 22   Nørre Voldgade 22, 1358 København K 1800 Corner building from 1852–53 by J.K. Gyldendal [387]
Nørre Voldgade 102   Nørre Voldgade 102, 1358 København K Building from 1857 [388]
Nørre Voldgade 104   Nørre Voldgade 104, 1358 København K Corner building from 1857 [389]
Nørregade 4   Nørregade 4, 1165 København K Building with side wing from 1811 [390]
Nørregade 6   Nørregade 6, 1165 København K 1731 [391]
  Nørregade 6, 1165 København K c. 1732 [391]
Nørregade 10:
Kommunitetsbygningen and Professorboligen
  Nørregade 10, 1165 København K 1731 Kommunitetsbygningen from 1731 [392]
  Nørregade 10, 1165 København K c. 1732 Professorboligen from c. 1732 by Johan Cornelius Krieger [392]
Nørregade 11:
Bispegården
  Nørregade 11, 1165 København K 1896 Building originally from 1731–32 but adapted in 1896 by Martin Nyrop [393]
Nørregade 13:
Povl Badstuber House
  Nørregade 13, 1165 København K 1732 House with lisenes and rounded pediment from 1730–32 [394]
Ny Kongensgade 1:
Barchmann Mansion
  Ny Kongensgade 1, 1472 København K 1740 Moble town mansion on the corner of Ny Kongensgade with Frederiksholms Kanal from 1740 by Philip de Lange [395]
Ny Kongensgade 1, 1472 København K Three-storey, five bay side wing fronting Ny Kongensgade [395]
Ny Kongensgade 3   Ny Kongensgade 3, 1472 København K Building with side wing from 1757, altered in 1916 by Bent Helweg-Møller with addition of staircase tower [396]
Ny Kongensgade 5   Ny Kongensgade 5, 1472 København K Building from before 1732 but extended with an extra floor in the 1740s and the frontage dressed in the 1860s as well as the side wing from 1751 and the retirade from the early 19th century [397]
Ny Kongensgade 6   Ny Kongensgade 6, 1472 København K 1754 Building from 1754 [398]
Ny Kongensgade 7   Ny Kongensgade 7, 1472 København K Building fronting the street from 1769, side wing from the 1770s and rear wing from 1813 [399]
Ny Kongensgade 9   Ny Kongensgade 9, 1472 København K 1804 House and side wing from 1804 [400]
Ny Kongensgade 11   Ny Kongensgade 11, 1472 København K 1730s House and half-timbered side wing from the 1730s [401]
Ny Østergade 2:
Svane Apotek
  Ny Østergade 2, 1101 København K 1934 Former pharmacy from 1934 by Bent Helweg-Møller og ingeniører C.N. Nøkkentved and Svend Friis Jespersen [402]
Ny Vestergade 9   Ny Vestergade 9, 1471 København K Building from c. 1700 (adapted in 1771–73) with its eastern and western side wings from before 1770 [403]
Ny Vestergade 11   Ny Vestergade 11, 1471 København K 1858 Building originally from 1821 but adapted in 1858 to design by Niels Sigfred Nebelong [404]
  Ny Vestergade 11, 1471 København K L-shaped building in the courtyard built as the new chemical laboratory at University of Copenhagen in 1857–59 to design by Niels Sigfred Nebelong [404]
Ny Vestergade 13   Ny Vestergade 13, 1471 København K 1792 Building originally from 1792 but expanded with an extra floor in 1857 and the small appendix to the rear [405]
Nyboder [406]
  Store Kongensgade 121, 1264 København K Residential row built in 1791-1792 by Caspar Frederik Harsdorff[406]
Nybrogade 4: Pæretræet   Nybrogade 4, 1203 København K 1700 Building from 1729–30 (extra floor added in 1846)with side wing from 1729 [407]
Nybrogade 6 og Snaregade 3   Nybrogade 6, 1203 København K Building fronting Nybrogade from 1762–84, expanded with extra jeight in 1797, 1828 and 1845 [408]
Nybrogade 6, 1203 København K Building fronting Snarehade from 1733 which was shortened by six bays in 1845 [408]
Nybrogade 6, 1203 København K Side wing [408]
Nybrogade 8/Snaregade 5   Nybrogade 8, 1203 København K 1700 Nybrogade 8: House with side wing from 1768 (expanded with an extra floor in 1843); Snaregade 5: Building from 1730–32 (expanded with extra flor in 1768) with northern side wing from between 1732 and 1764) samt sidehus i syd (mellem 1768 og 1784 [409]
Nybrogade 10 / Snaregade 7   Nybrogade 10, 1203 København K Nybrogade 10: Building from c. 1740 (expanded with extra floor and altered in 1853–54) with 18th-century side wing; Snaregade 7: Building from 1853–54 [410]
Nybrogade 12: Ziegler House   Nybrogade 12, 1203 København K Four-winged complex from 1732–48 by Philip de Lange [411]
Nybrogade 16 / Magstræde 3   Nybrogade 10, 1203 København K The two buildings fronting Nybrogade and Magstræde from 1734–35 and the staircase building from between 1745 and 1790 [412]
Nybrogade 18   Nybrogade 18, 1203 København K Building with side wing from 1732 with an extra floor added in 1854 [413]
Nybrogade 20   Nybrogade 20, 1203 København K Building from 1731 [414]
Nybrogade 22 og Magstræde 9   Nybrogade 22, 1203 København K Building with side wing from 1852–53 [415]
  Magstræde 9, 1204 København K Building from 1755 [415]
Nybrogade 24 and Magstræde 11   Nybrogade 24, 1203 København K Nybrogade 24: Building with side wing from 1815–17 which was expanded with an extra storey in 1853; Magstræde 11: Building from the 18th century which was rebuilt in 1815–17 [416]
Nybrogade 26 and Magstræde 13   Nybrogade 20, 1203 København K Nybrogade 26: Building originally from the 18th century but altered in 1827 and later; Magstræde 13: Building from 1808–09 with extra height added in 1827 [417]
Nybrogade 28 and Magstræde 15   Nybrogade 27, 1203 København K Nybrogade 28: Building from 1852; Magstræde 15: Building from 1731–32 which was expanded with extra height in 1852 [418]
Nyhavn 1   Nyhavn 1, 1051 København K Corner building from 1753 with walls along Nyhavn; Store Strandstræde 2: Building from before 1731, merged with the corner building in 1817 [419]
Nyhavn 2: Charlottenborg Exhibition Building1   Nyhavn 2, 1051 København K Three-winged complexfrom 1883 by Ferdinand Meldahl and Albert Jensen, Billedhuggerhaven from 1777 and the garden along Heibergsgade [420]
Nyhavn 3   Nyhavn 3, 1051 København K Building from the 17th century which was altered 1738, 1776 and 1852 as well as the staircase wing from c. 1800 [421]
Nyhavn 5   Nyhavn 5, 1051 København K Building from c. 1770 [422]
Nyhavn 6
Nyhavn 6
  Nyhavn 5, 1051 København K Building from c. 1770 [422]
Nyhavn 7   Nyhavn 7, 1051 København K House from the 17th century which was altered and expanded with extra height in 1846 as well as the rear wing and the three-bay staircase wing that defines the small, triangular courtyard [423]
Nyhavn 8
Nyhavn 8
  Nyhavn 8, 1051 København K Building from 1774 (expanded with an extra storey in 1846) and side wing from 1774 [424]
Nyhavn 9: Nyhavn 9   Nyhavn 9, 1051 København K 1700 Building from 1681 with side, [425]
Nyhavn 9A, 1051 København K Rear wing and cross wing from before 1729 [425]
Nyhavn 10–12
Nyhavn 10 and Nyhavn 12
  Nyhavn 10, 1051 København K 1752 Building from 1772–73 which was expanded wgose wall dormer was expanded to a full storey in 1850 and the six-bay side wing from 1772–73 which was expanded with extra height in 1850 [426]
  Nyhavn 12D, 1051 København K Building from c. 1770 with 13-bat side wing from 1796 [426]
Nyhavn 11:
Nyhavn 11
  Nyhavn 11, 1051 København K 1700 Building from 1835–36 [427]
Nyhavn 13: Nyhavn 13   Nyhavn 13, 1051 København K 1700 Building from c. 1690 with dormer replaced by the two uppermost floors in 1842 [427]
Nyhavn 14–16: Den Sorte Ravn   Nyhavn 14, 1051 København K 1700 Two buildings from 1755 with later alterations [428]
  Nyhavn 14, 1051 København K L-shaped rear wing [428]
Nyhavn 15: Nyhavn 15   Nyhavn 15, 1051 København K 1700 Building from the 17th century which was expanded with an extra flor in 1851 [429]
Nyhavn 17
Nyhavn 17
  Nyhavn 17, 1051 København K 1700 Building towards Nyhavn from the late 17th century but rebuilt in brick and expanded with extra height in the mid-18th century and side wing towards Lille Strandstræde from 1786 [430]
Nyhavn 18
Nyhavn 18
  Nyhavn 18, 1051 København K 1700 Building from c. 1779 with wall dormer converted into a full storey in 1846 by C. Unger [431]
Nyhavn 19: Nyhavn 19   Nyhavn 19, 1254 København K Corner building from 1713 which was heightened between 1766 and 1787) med with staircase extension from between 1787 and 1801[432]
Nyhavn 20
Nyhavn 20
  Nyhavn 20, 1051 København K 1700 Building from c. 1780 [433]
Nyhavn 21 and Lille Strandstræde 4 Nyhavn 21, 1254 København K Building from the 17th century which was expanded with an extra storey in 1793, a staircase tower from 1850 and rear wing from 1748; building fronting Lille Strandstræde from 1789 with extension from 1843 [434]
Nyhavn 22   Nyhavn 22, 1051 København K 1700 Building from 1778–79 by Samuel Blichfeldt [435]
Nyhavn 23:
Nyhavn 23
  Nyhavn 23, 1051 København K 1700 Building with side wing from 1803 [436]
Nyhavn 25:
Nyhavn 25
  Nyhavn 23, 1051 København K Townhouse from c. 1730, which was heightened with one storey in c. 1790 [437]
Nyhavn 27:
Nyhavn 27
  Nyhavn 27, 1051 København K Building from c. 1700 which was expanded heightwise in 1784 and lengthwise in 1789 [438]
Nyhavn 29:
Nyhavn 29
  Nyhavn 29, 1051 København K Building with eastern side wing from c. 1730 [439]
Nyhavn 31:
Nyhavn 31
  Nyhavn 31A, 1051 København K Building from c. 1700 with extra height added in 1731) as well as the two consecutive side wings from c. 1800 and the first half of the 17th century [440]
Nyhavn 33:
Nyhavn 33
  Nyhavn 33, 1051 København K [441]
Nyhavn 35:
Nyhavn 35
  Nyhavn 35, 1051 København K [442]
Nyhavn 37:
Nyhavn 37
  Nyhavn 37, 1051 København K Building from c. 1700 which was expanded with an extra storey in 1791 [443]
Nyhavn 39:
Nyhavn 39
  Nyhavn 39, 1051 København K Building from c. 1700 which was expanded with an extra storey in 1850 [444]
Nyhavn 41
Nyhavn 41
  Nyhavn 41, 1051 København K Building from 1698 with wall dormer expanded into fill storey and new dormer added in c. 1752 as well as the side and rear wings [445]
Nyhavn 43: Nyhavn 43   Nyhavn 43, 1051 København K Building from c. 1787 which was altered in 1874[446]
Nyhavn 45:
Nyhavn 45
  Nyhavn 45, 1051 København K Building from 1740 which was expanded with an extra storey in 1794 as well as the side wing from 1794, rear wing from 1794, the cobbled courtyard and the wall towards the beighbour [447]
Nyhavn 47   Nyhavn 47, 1051 København K Corner building with side wing and wall on Nyhavn from 1737–38 and later altered in 1845 by J.A. Blom [448]
Nyhavn 49; Nyhavn 49   Nyhavn 49, 1051 København K Corner building from 1746 which was expanded with an extra floor in 1886 [449]
Nyhavn 51.
Nyhavn 51
  Nyhavn 51, 1051 København K 1700 House from 1766 [450]
Nyhavn 53: Nyhavn 53   Nyhavn 53, 1051 København K 1754 House fronting the street originally built in 1753–54 but extended with an extra floor in 1874 [451]
Nyhavn 53 B, 1051 København K Side wing attached to the building fronting the street [451]
Nyhavn 55   Nyhavn 55, 1051 København K 1700 House from c. 1700 (altered in 1906) and southeastern side wing originally built with timber framing before 1756 but later partly rebuilt in brick [452]
Nyhavn 57   Nyhavn 57, 1051 København K 1700 House from c. 1690 and ca. 1850–60 and the attached side wing [453]
Nyhavn 59: The Alchemist's House   Nyhavn 59, 1051 København K 1700 Building from 1689 and later with side and rear wings [454]
Nyhavn 61   Nyhavn 61, 1051 København K 1700 Building from c. 1700 and later with side and rear wings [455]
Nyhavn 63: Nyhavn 63   Nyhavn 63, 1051 København K 1700 Building complex surrounding an interior complex, possibly from 1756 but rebuilt in c. 1770 [456]
Nyhavn 65: Mahnfeldt House   Nyhavn 65, 1051 København K House fronting the street from 1737, western side wing from between 1739 and 1756, eastern side wing from between 1756 and 1801, western rear wing from 1731 and eastern rear wing from c. 1700 [457]
Nyhavn 67: Nyhavn 67   Nyhavn 67, 1051 København K
Nyhavn 71: Suhr Warehouse   Nyhavn 71, 1051 København K 1837 Former warehouse from 1805 [458]
Nytorv 5: Frisch House   Nytorv 5, 1450 København K 1700 House from 1799–1803 by Nicolai Abildgaard [459]
Nytorv 7: Jens Lauritzen House   Nytorv 7, 1450 København K Neoclassical house from 1795–96, possibly designed by Andreas Kirkerup [408]
  Nytorv 7, 1450 København K Side wing from 1796 Four-storey, five-bay warehouse from 1796[460]
  Nytorv 7B, 1450 København K Rear wing from 1795 Four-storey, give-bay warehouse from 1796[460]
Nytorv 9   Nytorv 9, 1450 København K 1700 Building with side wing from 1796–97 [461]
Nytorv 15 and Rådhusstræde 2 A-B   Nytorv 15, 1450 København K Corner building from 1796–97 and the building at Rådhusstræde 2 from 1798 with wall and gate [462]
Nytorv 17: Krak House   Nytorv 17, 1450 København K Building from 1795–96 [463]
Nytorv 19   Nytorv 19, 1450 København K Building with side wing and staircase building from 1797 [464]
Nytorv 21: Copenhagen Jailhouse   Nytorv 5, 1450 København K Building complex at the corner of Slutterigade and Hestemøllestræde from 1805–15 by Christian Frederik Hansen (restored and adapted in 1938–42 by Kaj Gottlob) as well as the detached building on the corner with Nytorv from 1888–89 probably designed by Ludvig Fenger [465]
Nytorv 25: Copenhagen Court House   Nytorv 25, 1450 København K Courthouse and former city hall from 1805–15 by Christian Frederik Hansen [466]

O/ØEdit

Listing name Image Location Coordinates Description
Olfert Fischers Gade 5   Olfert Fischers Gade 5, 1311 København K 55°41′11.75″N 12°35′19.15″E / 55.6865972°N 12.5886528°E / 55.6865972; 12.5886528 Townhouse from the early 17th century[467]
Olfert Fischers Gade 7   Olfert Fischers Gade 7, 1311 København K 55°41′11.92″N 12°35′18.46″E / 55.6866444°N 12.5884611°E / 55.6866444; 12.5884611 Two townhouses of which the eastern house dates from before 1740 but was expanded with an extra floor some time between 1740 and 1766 and the western house dates from before 1767 but with a Mansard roof from between mansarden 1767 and 1788 as well as a half-timbered wall[468]
Øster Voldgade 3: Østervold Observatory   Øster Voldgade 3, 1350 København K 55°41′12.49″N 12°34′33.38″E / 55.6868028°N 12.5759389°E / 55.6868028; 12.5759389 Astronomical observatory from 1859-61 by Christian Hansen[469]
Øster Voldgade 4A:
Rosenborg Castle
  Øster Voldgade 4A, 1350 København K 1752 Castle from 1606-17 designed by Christian IV and possibly Willum Cornelissen; staircase tower added from 1633-34 probably designed by Hans van Steenwinckel the Younger[470]
  Øster Voldgade 4A, 1350 København K Gatehouse from c. 1610 med with extensions to the southwest and bortheast from c. 1680[470]
  Øster Voldgade 4A, 1350 København K Kommandantboligen: Residence from 1760-63 by Jacob Fortling[470]
Øster Voldgade 4A, 1350 København K Former stables[470]
Øster Voldgade 4B:
Slotsforvalterboligen
  Øster Voldgade 4A, 1350 København K 1752 Huse from 1688, which was expanded with an extra storey in 1777 with a single storey side wing from the late 18th century[471]
Øster Voldgade 4A, 1350 København K Building to the rear from c. 1850[471]
Øster Voldgade 4A, 1350 København K Gardener's House: Single-storey wing from the late 17th century with hibernation house from the late 18th century[471]

PEdit

Listing name Image Location Coordinates Summary
Peder Hvitfeldts Stræde 10   Peder Hvitfeldts Stræde 10, 1173 København K 55°40′54.1″N 12°34′26.57″E / 55.681694°N 12.5740472°E / 55.681694; 12.5740472 Building with two short side wings from 1811 by J.H. Breede[472]
Peder Hvitfeldts Stræde 12   Peder Hvitfeldts Stræde 12, 1173 København K 55°40′54.44″N 12°34′26.33″E / 55.6817889°N 12.5739806°E / 55.6817889; 12.5739806 Building with two side wings from 1809-18[473]
Peder Hvitfeldts Stræde 13 Peder Hvitfeldts Stræde 13, 1173 København K 55°40′54.94″N 12°34′25.01″E / 55.6819278°N 12.5736139°E / 55.6819278; 12.5736139 Building with northern side wing from 1832[474]
Pilestræde 33   Pilestræde 33, 1112 København K 55°40′50.39″N 12°34′49.04″E / 55.6806639°N 12.5802889°E / 55.6806639; 12.5802889 Building from 1745 (altered 1851) with side wing and rear wing[475]
Pilestræde 37   Pilestræde 37, 1112 København K 55°40′51.19″N 12°34′46.91″E / 55.6808861°N 12.5796972°E / 55.6808861; 12.5796972 Building from 1784–86 by J. Boye Junge[476]
Pilestræde 39 Pilestræde 39, 1112 København K 55°40′51.79″N 12°34′46.25″E / 55.6810528°N 12.5795139°E / 55.6810528; 12.5795139 Building and side wing from 1784-86 by J. Boye Junge which was altered in 1901[477]
Pilestræde 40 and Sværtegade 1   Sværtegade 1A, 1112 København K 55°40′51.58″N 12°34′48.73″E / 55.6809944°N 12.5802028°E / 55.6809944; 12.5802028 Corner building from 1728 by Gotfrid Schuster with elements from Christian IV's Gjethus from 1610 with extra height added in 1812 and 1850[478]
Pilestræde 41-45 Pilestræde 41, 1112 København K 55°40′51.95″N 12°34′45.73″E / 55.6810972°N 12.5793694°E / 55.6810972; 12.5793694 Building from 1784-86 by J. Boye Junge[479]
Pilestræde 43, 1112 København K 55°40′52.09″N 12°34′45.29″E / 55.6811361°N 12.5792472°E / 55.6811361; 12.5792472 Building from 1784-85 by J. Boye Junge[479]
Pilestræde 45, 1112 København K 55°40′52.24″N 12°34′44.81″E / 55.6811778°N 12.5791139°E / 55.6811778; 12.5791139 Building from 1784-85 by J. Boye Junge[479]
Pilestræde 42–44   Pilestræde 42, 1112 København K 55°40′51.82″N 12°34′47.82″E / 55.6810611°N 12.5799500°E / 55.6810611; 12.5799500 Part of Christian IV's Gjæthus: Rebuilt in 1735, expanded with extra height between 1770 and 1798, facade altered in 1854[480]
  Pilestræde 44, 1112 København K 55°40′51.94″N 12°34′47.45″E / 55.6810944°N 12.5798472°E / 55.6810944; 12.5798472 Part of Christian IV's Gjæthus from 1610: Refurbished in 1728, expanded with extra height in 1785 and 1829 and facade altered in 1829[480]
Pilestræde 47   Pilestræde 47, 1112 København K 55°40′52.43″N 12°34′44.27″E / 55.6812306°N 12.5789639°E / 55.6812306; 12.5789639 Building on Pilestræde and Klareboderne from c. 1780–90[481]

REdit

Listing name Image Location Coordinates Description
Rådhusstræde 1   Rådhusstræde 1, 1466 København K 55°40′37.93″N 12°34′26.67″E / 55.6772028°N 12.5740750°E / 55.6772028; 12.5740750 Corner building from 1797-98 by Andreas Hallander and Brolæggerstræde 13 which was completely altered in 1851[482]
Rådhusstræde 3   Rådhusstræde 3, 1466 København K 55°40′37.43″N 12°34′27.16″E / 55.6770639°N 12.5742111°E / 55.6770639; 12.5742111 Complex from 1796–97 and the cobbled courtyard[483]
Rådhusstræde 5   Rådhusstræde 5, 1466 København K 55°40′37.07″N 12°34′27.44″E / 55.6769639°N 12.5742889°E / 55.6769639; 12.5742889 Building from 1795–96 (extra flor added in 1830)[484]
Rådhusstræde 6   Rådhusstræde 6, 1466 København K 55°40′36.17″N 12°34′26.86″E / 55.6767139°N 12.5741278°E / 55.6767139; 12.5741278 Corner building from 1797 by Andreas Hallander[485]
Rådhusstræde 7   Rådhusstræde 7, 1466 København K 55°40′36.56″N 12°34′27.86″E / 55.6768222°N 12.5744056°E / 55.6768222; 12.5744056 Building on Rådhusstræde and Kompagnistræde from 1797–98 with the northwestern side wing[486]
Rådhusstræde 8   Rådhusstræde 8, 1466 København K 55°40′36.56″N 12°34′27.86″E / 55.6768222°N 12.5744056°E / 55.6768222; 12.5744056 Building on Rådhusstræde and Kompagnistræde from 1783-84 by Andreas Wilhelm Egeroed which was expanded with extra height in 1846[487]
Rådhusstræde 9   Rådhusstræde 9, 1466 København K 55°40′35.35″N 12°34′27.67″E / 55.6764861°N 12.5743528°E / 55.6764861; 12.5743528 Corner building originally from 1734 but altered in 1844[488]
Rådhusstræde 10   Rådhusstræde 10, 1466 København K 55°40′34.9″N 12°34′28.08″E / 55.676361°N 12.5744667°E / 55.676361; 12.5744667 Corner building from 1750 with staircase tower from 1750 and 1835, rear wing from 1835, side wing with gable facing the street from 1851 as well as the wall along Rådhusstræde from 1797 and 1851[489]
Rådhusstræde 11   Rådhusstræde 11, 1466 København K 55°40′35.53″N 12°34′28.64″E / 55.6765361°N 12.5746222°E / 55.6765361; 12.5746222 Building from c. 1730[490]
Rådhusstræde 13: Huset KBH   Rådhusstræde 13, 1466 København K 55°40′35.08″N 12°34′29.02″E / 55.6764111°N 12.5747278°E / 55.6764111; 12.5747278 Building originally from c. 1740 but strongly altered in 1852–53[491]
Rådhusstræde 15   Rådhusstræde 15, 1466 København K 55°40′34.78″N 12°34′29.27″E / 55.6763278°N 12.5747972°E / 55.6763278; 12.5747972 Building from 1730-32 which was altered in 1888[492]
Rådhusstræde 17   Rådhusstræde 17, 1466 København K c. 1700 Corner building with side wing from c. 1700[493]
Rosenborggade 7–9   Rosenborggade 7, 1130 København K No. 7 from 1847 and No. 9 from 1810, expanded with two extra floors in 1846–47[494]
Rosenborggade 10   Rosenborggade 10, 1130 København K Building from 1801 by L.L. Thrane[495]
Rosenborggade 12: Pjaltenborg   Rosenborggade 12, 1130 København K Corner building from c. 1850[496]
Rosenborggade 12, 1130 København K Wasggouse in the courtyard[496]
Rosenborggade 19 and Gothersgade 113   Rosenborggade 19, 1130 København K Corner building from 1766 by Jacob Iwers[497]
  Gothersgade 113, 1123 København K Two-storey building on Gothersgade from 1825[497]
Rosengården 5   Rosengården 5, 1174 København K Building from 1844-45[498]
Rosengården 6   Rosengården 6, 1174 København K Building with side wing from 1810-11 by Henrik Thyberg[499]
Rosengården 7   Rosengården 7, 1174 København K Building from 1844-45[500]
Rosengården 13   Rosengården 13, 1174 København K Building with side wing from 1841-42[501]

SEdit

Listing name Image Location Coordinates Description
Sankt Annæ Plads 1–3   Sankt Annæ Plads 1, 1250 København K 55°40′56.4″N 12°35′22.04″E / 55.682333°N 12.5894556°E / 55.682333; 12.5894556 Four-storey building from 1847–49 by Gustav Friedrich Hetsch[502]
Sankt Annæ Plads 3, 1250 København K 55°40′56.4″N 12°35′22.04″E / 55.682333°N 12.5894556°E / 55.682333; 12.5894556 The part of the side wing that is of the same height as the main wing[502]
Sankt Annæ Plads 5   Sankt Annæ Plads 5, 1250 København K 55°40′56.26″N 12°35′22.58″E / 55.6822944°N 12.5896056°E / 55.6822944; 12.5896056 House from 1796 by Jørgen Henrich Rawert[503]
Sankt Annæ Plads 6   Sankt Annæ Plads 5, 1250 København K 55°40′53.65″N 12°35′25.99″E / 55.6815694°N 12.5905528°E / 55.6815694; 12.5905528 House with small appendix from c. 1760 and extension towards Sankt Annæ Plads[504]
Sankt Annæ Plads 7   Sankt Annæ Plads 7, 1250 København K 55°40′55.88″N 12°35′23.93″E / 55.6821889°N 12.5899806°E / 55.6821889; 12.5899806 Building from c. 1750 by Niels Eigtved, adapted in c. 1850[505]
Sankt Annæ Plads 9   Sankt Annæ Plads 9, 1250 København K 55°40′55.72″N 12°35′24.49″E / 55.6821444°N 12.5901361°E / 55.6821444; 12.5901361 Building with six-bay side wing from c. 1750 nu Niels Eigtved, adapted in c. 1850[506]
Sankt Annæ Plads 10   Sankt Annæ Plads 10A, 1250 København K 55°40′53.21″N 12°35′27.71″E / 55.6814472°N 12.5910306°E / 55.6814472; 12.5910306 Building from 1785 by Andreas Hallander. The rear side of an older building has partly been retained, although it was heightened in 1875[507]
  Sankt Annæ Plads 10B, 1250 København K 55°40′52.82″N 12°35′27.43″E / 55.6813389°N 12.5909528°E / 55.6813389; 12.5909528 Eight-bay side wing from 1757[507]
  Sankt Annæ Plads 10B, 1250 København K 55°40′52.82″N 12°35′27.43″E / 55.6813389°N 12.5909528°E / 55.6813389; 12.5909528 "The Temple". Attached exhibition building from 1875[507]
  Sankt Annæ Plads 10C, 1250 København K 55°40′52.39″N 12°35′27.89″E / 55.6812194°N 12.5910806°E / 55.6812194; 12.5910806 Six-storey residential building from 1873 attached to the exhibition building[507]
Sankt Annæ Plads 11   Sankt Annæ Plads 11, 1250 København K 55°40′55.44″N 12°35′25.54″E / 55.6820667°N 12.5904278°E / 55.6820667; 12.5904278 House with side wing and rear wing from 1801 by Jørgen Henrich Rawert[508]
Sankt Annæ Plads 13: Prince William Mansion   Sankt Annæ Plads 13, 1250 København K 55°40′54.95″N 12°35′27.36″E / 55.6819306°N 12.5909333°E / 55.6819306; 12.5909333 Building at the corner of Amaliegade from c. 1750 with later alterations[509]
Sankt Gertruds Stræde 3   Sankt Gertruds Stræde 3, 1129 København K 55°40′58.91″N 12°34′27.28″E / 55.6830306°N 12.5742444°E / 55.6830306; 12.5742444 Building from 1844[510]
Sankt Gertruds Stræde 4   Sankt Gertruds Stræde 4, 1129 København K 55°40′58.73″N 12°34′28.01″E / 55.6829806°N 12.5744472°E / 55.6829806; 12.5744472 Building from 1815[511]
Sankt Gertruds Stræde 6   Sankt Gertruds Stræde 6, 1129 København K 55°40′59.01″N 12°34′27.88″E / 55.6830583°N 12.5744111°E / 55.6830583; 12.5744111 Building from 1736-37 which was altered and expanded with extra height in 1838[512]
Sankt Gertruds Stræde 8   Sankt Gertruds Stræde 8, 1129 København K 55°40′59.67″N 12°34′27.71″E / 55.6832417°N 12.5743639°E / 55.6832417; 12.5743639 Forhus mod nord (1735) med side- og baghus (ombygget i slutn. af 1800-tallet), forhus mod syd (1735, forhøjet i slutn. af 1700-tallet) med side- og baghus (slutn. af 1700-tallet, ombygget 1816-36)[513]
Sankt Gertruds Stræde 10   Sankt Gertruds Stræde 10, 1129 København K 55°41′0.17″N 12°34′27.58″E / 55.6833806°N 12.5743278°E / 55.6833806; 12.5743278 House fronting the street from c. 1740 which was expanded with extra height in 1866[514]
  Sankt Gertruds Stræde 10, 1129 København K 55°41′0.17″N 12°34′27.58″E / 55.6833806°N 12.5743278°E / 55.6833806; 12.5743278 Seven-bay side wing from between 1730 and 1757[514]
  Sankt Gertruds Stræde 10, 1129 København K 55°41′0.17″N 12°34′27.58″E / 55.6833806°N 12.5743278°E / 55.6833806; 12.5743278 Five-bay sid wing from 1826[514]
  Sankt Gertruds Stræde 10, 1129 København K 55°41′0.17″N 12°34′27.58″E / 55.6833806°N 12.5743278°E / 55.6833806; 12.5743278 Rear wing from between 1730 and 1757 with extra height added in 1861[514]
Sankt Peders Stræde 2: St. Peter's Church   Sankt Peders Stræde 2, 1453 København K 55°40′47.54″N 12°34′15.11″E / 55.6798722°N 12.5708639°E / 55.6798722; 12.5708639 Church[515]
  Sankt Peders Stræde 2, 1453 København K 55°40′47.54″N 12°34′15.11″E / 55.6798722°N 12.5708639°E / 55.6798722; 12.5708639 Burial chapel from 1681-83 by Hans van Steenwinckel the Youngest[515]
Sankt Peders Stræde 17   Sankt Peders Stræde 17, 1453 København K 55°40′45.75″N 12°34′12.2″E / 55.6793750°N 12.570056°E / 55.6793750; 12.570056 Five-bay building from 1809 and 1834[516]
Sankt Peders Stræde 18   Sankt Peders Stræde 17, 1453 København K 55°40′44.74″N 12°34′6.59″E / 55.6790944°N 12.5684972°E / 55.6790944; 12.5684972 Corner building from 1797-98[517]
Sankt Peders Stræde 27   Sankt Peders Stræde 27, 1453 København K 55°40′45.02″N 12°34′9.75″E / 55.6791722°N 12.5693750°E / 55.6791722; 12.5693750 Building fronting the street from 1808–09 and side wing[518]
Sankt Peders Stræde 28: Pakhusgaarden   Sankt Peders Stræde 28, 1453 København K 55°40′44.09″N 12°34′3.79″E / 55.6789139°N 12.5677194°E / 55.6789139; 12.5677194 Corner building from 1797-98[519]
Sankt Peders Stræde 29-31 Sankt Peders Stræde 29, 1453 København K 55°40′44.86″N 12°34′9.14″E / 55.6791278°N 12.5692056°E / 55.6791278; 12.5692056 Building with three-bay side wing from 1796[520]
Sankt Peders Stræde 29B, 1453 København K 55°40′44.02″N 12°34′9.29″E / 55.6788944°N 12.5692472°E / 55.6788944; 12.5692472 Corner building from 1796[520]
Sankt Peders Stræde 32   Sankt Peders Stræde 32, 1453 København K 55°40′43.85″N 12°34′2.36″E / 55.6788472°N 12.5673222°E / 55.6788472; 12.5673222 Corner building from 1797[521]
Sankt Peders Stræde 41   Sankt Peders Stræde 41, 1453 København K 55°40′43.7″N 12°34′4.55″E / 55.678806°N 12.5679306°E / 55.678806; 12.5679306 Building with side wing from 1796-97[522]
Silkegade 8:
Sparekassen Bikuben
  Silkegade 8, 1113 København K Former saving bank headquarters consisting of a four-winged building from 1881–1884 by Johan Daniel Herholdt, a corner building from 1927–29 by Gotfred Tvede), an extension from 1959 by Poul Kjærgaard and the interior courtyard [523]
Skindergade 5.
Pressens Hus
  Skindergade 5, 1159 København K 1734 Extension to Pressens Hus from 1976 by rik Korshagen [524]
Skindergade 6   Skindergade 6, 1159 København K 1734 Building fronting the street and attached 10-bay, half-timbered side wing from 1730–34 [525]
Skindergade 8   Skindergade 8, 1159 København K 1734 Half-timbered building from 1733 [526]
Skindergade 13   Skindergade 13, 1159 København K 1734 Half-timbered building from 1733 [526]
Skindergade 19   Skindergade 19, 1159 København K 1734 Corner building from c. 1835 [527]
Skindergade 21   Skindergade 21, 1159 København K 1734 Building with side wing from 1833-34 [528]
Skindergade 22   Skindergade 22, 1159 København K 1734 Corner building from 1837-38 by Thomas Blom [529]
Skindergade 23   Skindergade 23, 1159 København K 1734 Building from 1831 [530]
Skindergade 32 and Fiolstræde 2   Skindergade 32, 1159 København K 1734 Corner building from 1837-38 by Thomas Blom [531]
Skindergade 34:
Soldins Stiftelse
  Skindergade 34, 1159 København K 1734 Complex from 1812–15 by Christian Frederik Hansen consisting of a main wing fronting Skindergade and two short side wings and a wall fronting Dyrkøb [532]
Skindergade 36: N. J. Frænkels Alderdomshjem   Skindergade 36, 1159 København K Buildings at Dyrkøb 3 priginally from 1813–14 but expanded with three extra floors in 1850–51; and the building at Skindergade 36 from 1813, begge af Jens Hansen [533]
Skindergade 38 and Dyrkøb 5 Skindergade 38, 1159 København K 1734 Building at Dyrkøb 5 from 1812–14 and building at Skindergade 38 from 1820-22 [534]
Skindergade 40   Skindergade 40, 1159 København K 1734 Building from 1817 which was expanded with an extra floor in 1851-52 [535]
Skindergade 42   Skindergade 42, 1159 København K 1734 Building from 1810-11 by Henrich Scholle [536]
Skindergade 44   Skindergade 44, 1159 København K 1734 Building from 1798-99 [537]
Snaregade 1:
Royal Pawn
  Snaregade 1, 1205 København K Four-winged complex originally from 729-30 but adapted in 1765 by Philip de Lange and wing along Snaregade [538]
Snaregade 6   Snaregade 6, 1205 København K 1752 Building from 1798-99 by Poul Egeroed[539]
Snaregade 8   Snaregade 8, 1205 København K Building with side wing and rear wing from 1806-07 by Poul Egeroed[540]
Snaregade 10   Snaregade 10, 1205 København K Building with side wing and rear wing from 1797 by Johan Martin Quist[541]
Snaregade 12–14 and Knabrostræde 23   Knabrostræde 23, 1210 København K 1752 Former warehouse from 1810–13[542]
  Snaregade 12, 1205 København K Three-storey building from 1795–98 by Michael Bälckow[542]
  Snaregade 14, 1205 København K Three-storey building from 1795–98 nu Michael Bälckow[542]
Sølvgade 16:
Sølvgade School
  Sølvgade 16, 1307 København K 1847 Main building from 1846–47 by P.C. Hagemann, fence on Sølvgade from 1864 and the Robinia pseudoacacia tree and flag pole in the schoolyard [543]
Sølvgade 20   Sølvgade 20, 1307 København K 1831 Building with two side wings 1826-27 by Thomas Blom [544]
Sølvgade 22   Sølvgade 22, 1307 København K 1831 Building fronting the street with two side wings from 1830–31 by Thomas Blom [545]
Sølvgade 30 (5)   Sølvgade 39, 1307 København K 1831 Building from 1853 [546]
Sølvgade 34   Sølvgade 34, 1307 København K 1831 Building with side wing from 1834 [547]
Sølvgade 38:
Holmblad House
  Sølvgade 38, 1307 København K 1776 House with side wing from 1776 [548]
Sølvgade 38, 1307 København K 1776 Attached storage building from 1776 [548]
Sølvgade 40:
Sølvgade Barracks
  Sølvgade 40, 1307 København K 1771 Baroque-style barracks complex from 1765–71 by Nicolas-Henri Jardin [549]
Store Kannikestræde 2:
Regensen
  Store Kannikestræde 2, 1169 København K 1736 Four-winged hall of residence of which the wing on Store Kannikestræde dates from 1623–28 /rebuilt after the Copenhagen Fire of 1728 and refurbished in 1749, one storey added in 1777); the wing on Krystalgade dates from 1731 and the "chapel wing" dates from 1743 (colonnade added in 1906-09) [550]
Store Kannikestræde 6: Store Kannikestræde 6   Store Kannikestræde 6, 1169 København K 1736 Building fronting the streetfrom 1734–37 (one storey added in 1790), a four-bay side wing, a five-bay rear wing and a one-bay side wing [551]
Store Kannikestræde 8: Store Kannikestræde 8   Store Kannikestræde 8, 1169 København K 1736 Building with side wing from the 1730s which was expanded with one storey in the 1790s [552]
Store Kannikestræde 9:
Elers' Kollegium
  Store Kannikestræde 9, 1169 København K 1851 Building from 1702-05 by Johan Conrad Ernst [553]
Skindergade 10, 1159 København K 1850 Garden pavilion from 1730 by Johan Cornelius Krieger [553]
Skindergade 10, 1159 København K 1850 Garden pavilion from 1730 by Johan Cornelius Krieger [553]
Store Kannikestræde 10:
Admiral Gjeddes Gård
  Store Kannikestræde 10, 1169 København K 1736 Complex from 1730–36 (wall dormer expanded from three to five bays in 1746) and rear wing with staircase tower [554]
Store Kannikestræde 11:
Professorgården
  Store Kannikestræde 11, 1169 København K 1851 Building from 1752–53 by Joachim Frederik Ramus [555]
  Store Kannikestræde 11, 1169 København K 1850 Building in the courtyard from 1752-53 by Joachim Frederik Ramus [555]
Store Kannikestræde 12:
Borchs Kollegium
  Store Kannikestræde 10, 1169 København K Building from 1824–25 by Peder Malling [556]
Store Kannikestræde 13 Store Kannikestræde 13, 1169 København K 1736 Building from 1752–53 by Joachim Frederik Ramus (wall dormer expanded into full storey in 1869) [557]
Store Kannikestræde 15 Store Kannikestræde 15, 1169 København K 1736 Corner building from 1828–29 by C.O. Aagaard [558]
Store Kongensgade23 and Store Kongensgade 23 B (Bernhard Hertz' Jewellery Factory=   Store Kongensgade 23, 1264 København K 1851 Building from 1850–51 by C.O. Aagaard, part of Bernhard Hertz 's former silver factory [559]
Store Kongensgade 23A, 1264 København K 1850 Five-bay silver factory building from 850 by Bernhard Hertz [559]
Store Kongensgade 56 and Dronningens Tværgade 11   Dronningens Tværgade 11, 1302 København K 1782 Corner building from before 1754 and 1808 (altered in 1846) with side wing [560]
Store Kongensgade 59   Store Kongensgade 59A, 1264 København K 1782 House from 1782 and later [561]
Store Kongensgade 62   Store Kongensgade 62A, 1264 København K 1796 House with side wing from 1807 [562]
  Store Kongensgade 62A, 1264 København K 1850 Detached rear wing built 1808 and extended with extra floor in 1835 [562]
Store Kongensgade 67:
Mechanicus Kretz' House
  Store Kongensgade 67A, 1264 København K 1851 Byilding from 1836–38 [563]
  Store Kongensgade 67B, 1264 København K 1850 Five-bay silver factory building from 850 by Bernhard Hertz [563]
  Store Kongensgade 67C, 1264 København K 1850 Five-bay silver factory building from 850 by Bernhard Hertz [563]
Store Kongensgade 68:
Danneskiold-Laurvig Mansion
  Store Kongensgade 68, 1264 København K c. 1745 Building from 1745, probably designed by J.A. Soherr and later expanded with an extra floor [564]
Store Kongensgade 72:
De Coninck House
  Store Kongensgade 72, 1264 København K 1797 Townhouse from 1797, possibly designed by Joseph-Jacques Ramée [565]
Store Kongensgade 77   Store Kongensgade 77, 1264 København K 1832 Building from 1832 [566]
  Store Kongensgade 77B, 1264 København K 1832 Side wing from 1832[566]
Store Kongensgade 78   Store Kongensgade 78, 1264 København K 1769 House originally from before 1732 but completely rebuilt in 1769 with side wing and rear wing [567]
Store Kongensgade 79A   Store Kongensgade 79A, 1264 København K 1883 House from 1832–33 [568]
Store Kongensgade 80   Store Kongensgade 80, 1264 København K House from 1748 which was extended with an extra floor some time between 1748 og 1783 [569]
Store Kongensgade 81 A-D   Store Kongensgade 81A, 1264 København K 1851 [570]
Store Kongensgade 81C, 1264 København K [570]
Store Kongensgade 81D, 1264 København K [570]
Store Kongensgade 82   Store Kongensgade 82, 1264 København K 1883 House from before 1734 but completely rebuilt in 1795 and with facade decorations from the 1840s, including its side and rear wing[571]
Store Kongensgade 86-88 and Frederiksgade 1 Store Kongensgade 88, 1264 København K c. 1745 Four-winged residential block from the 1880s by Gerdinand Meldahl, including the cast iron fences[572]
Store Kongensgade 108:
Christians Plejehus
  Store Kongensgade 108, 1264 København K 1851 Former hospital from 1765-69 by C. C. Pflueg[573]
  Store Kongensgade 108A, 1264 København K 1850 The northern part of the cross wing[573]
  Store Kongensgade 108A, 1264 København K 1850 The southern part of the cross wing[573]
  Store Kongensgade 108A, 1264 København K 1850 Rear wing in the second courtyard[573]
Store Kongensgade 110: Brøndumgård   Store Kongensgade 110, 1264 København K 1883 House with side wing from 1801-04[574]
Store Strandstræde 4 Store Strandstræde 4, 1255 København K [575]
Store Strandstræde 6 Store Strandstræde 6, 1255 København K 1789 Corner building from 1788–89 [576]
Store Strandstræde 7 Store Strandstræde 7, 1255 København K 1789 Corner building from 1788–89 [577]
Store Strandstræde 18: Waagepetersen House   Store Strandstræde 18, 1255 København K 1793 Neoclassical townhouse from 1792–93 by Johan Martin Quist [578]
Store Strandstræde 19–21 Store Strandstræde 19, 1255 København K 1752 One half of a mixed-use development from 1907-08 nu Aage Langeland-Mathiesen [579]
  Store Strandstræde 19, 1255 København K One half of a mixed-use development from 1907-08 nu Aage Langeland-Mathiesen [579]
Store Strandstræde 20   Store Strandstræde 20, 1255 København K 1789 Corner building from 1788–89 [580]
Stormgade 6   Stormgade 6, 1159 København K [581]
Stormgade 8   Stormgade 7, 1159 København K [582]
Stormgade 10: Holstein Mansion   Stormgade 10, 1470 København K Building from 1687 (possibly designed by Lambert van Haven) which was expanded some time between 1711 and 1740 and then heightened and adapted in 1756 by Jacob Fortling. Also a side wing which was originally a free-standing building from 1706 (possibly designed by Johan Conrad Ernst, later connected to the main wing before 1760[583]
Stormgade 10, 1470 København K 1850 Half-timbered rear wing from the last half of the 17th century[583]
Stormgade 12, 1470 København K 1850 Building from c. 1680 which was strongly altered and heightened towards the street in 1798, heightened towards the courtyard in 1830 and then extended lengthwise in 1850[583]
Stormgade 14: Det Harboeske Enkefruekloster   Stormgade 14E, 1470 København K Ikder building which was altered in 1741 by Elias David Häusser, then expanded in 1754–60 to design by Lauritz de Thurahs tegning and again in 1772 by Caspar Friedrich Harsdorff [584]
Stormgade 16: Hotel Danmark   Stormgade 16, 1470 København K 1797 Building from 1790–91 with dormer added in 1811[585]
Stormgade 18: Overformynderiet   Stormgade 18, 1555 København V Three-winged complex with walls and gate from 1893–94 by Hans Jørgen Holm [586]
Studiestræde 5-9   Studiestræde 5, 1455 København K No. 5: Building from 1796. No. 7: Building from 1807-08 by Jacob Lynge. No. 9: Building from 1798-99 by Michael Bälckow.[587]
Studiestræde 8: Noahs Ark   Studiestræde 8, 1455 København K 1801 Building,building and building in the courtyard from 1798 by Christian Martens as well as the cobbled courtyard[588]
Studiestræde 10:
Studiestræde 10
  Larslejsstræde 7, 1451 København K 1801 Building from 1800-01 by Christopher Chrane [589]
Studiestræde 12:
Studiestræde 12
  Studiestræde 12, 1455 København K 1801 Building from 1798-99 by Jens Dahl[590]
Studiestræde 13-13A:
Studiestræde 13
  Studiestræde 13, 1455 København K Building from 1798 by Niels Zimmer[591]
Studiestræde 14:
Studiestræde 14
  Studiestræde 14, 1455 København K 1801 Building from 1801-02 by J.J. Schlage[592]
Studiestræde 17 and 17B: Krebsegården   Studiestræde 17, 1455 København K 1851 Three-bay building with side wing from 1822[593]
  Sankt Annæ Plads 3, 1250 København K 1850 Rear wing from 1822 with 1+ m deep cellar[593]
Studiestræde 21:
Studiestræde 21
  Studiestræde 21, 1455 København K 1801 Building from 1797 by Christian Martens which was heightened with one storey in 1890[594]
Studiestræde 24:
Studiestræde 24
Studiestræde 24, 1455 København K 1801 Building from 1796-98[595]
Studiestræde 25A:
Studiestræde 25
  Studiestræde 25A, 1455 København K 1801 Building from 1796[596]
Studiestræde 35:
Studiestræde 35
  Studiestræde 35, 1455 København K 1801 Building from 1796[596]
Sværtegade 3   Sværtegade 3, 1118 København K 1851 Building from c. 1730 by Gotfrid Schuster with two floors added in 1791 and Schwartz' shop interior from 1847 by H. C. Stilling [597]
  Pilestræde 40C, 1112 København K 1850 Side and rear wing from 1826 [597]
Sværtegade 5   Sværtegade 5, 1118 København K 1851 House originally from 1736 but expanded with extra height after 1900 [598]
Sværtegade 5, 1118 København K 1850 Side and rear wing [598]
Sværtegade 7: Norwegian Society   Sværtegade 7, 1118 København K 1801 Building with seven-bay, half-timbered side wing from 1738 [599]
Sværtegade 9   Sværtegade 9, 1118 København K 1801 Building from 1756 with extra height added in 1847 and the facade altered in 1847 [600]

TEdit

Listing name Image Location Coordinates Description
Teglgårdsstræde 5-7   Teglgårdstræde 5, 1452 København K Building from 1799-1802 af Christopher Chrane[601]
  Teglgårdstræde 7, 1452 København K Building from 1801[601]
Teglgårdsstræde 12   Teglgårdstræde 12, 1452 København K Building fronting the street from 1791[602]
Teglgårdstræde 7, 1452 København K Side wing from before 1781 and cross wing 1730[602]
Teglgårdstræde 7, 1452 København K Rear wing from 1729[602]
Teglgårdsstræde 16   Teglgårdstræde 16, 1452 København K Building from 1805 by Poul Egeroed[603]
Teglgårdstræde 16, 1452 København K Rear wing from 1805 by Poul Egeroed[603]
Toldbodgade 5   Toldbodgade 5, 1253 København K Warehouse from 1807[604]
Toldbodgade 7   Toldbodgade 7, 1253 København K [605]
Toldbodgade 7A, 1253 København K [605]
Toldbodgade 12: Toldbodgade 12   Toldbodgade 24, 1253 København K Building from between 1716 and 1733 with extra floor added in 1793and side and rear wing from 1793 [606]
Toldbodgade 24:
Copenhagen Admiral Hotel
  Toldbodgade 24, 1253 København K 1783 Two granaries from 1787 merged into one building in 1885 [607]
Toldbodgade 38:
The Blue Warehouse
  Toldbodgade 36A, 1253 København K 1783 Warehouse from 1781–83 by Caspar Frederik Harsdorff [608]
Toldbodgade 38:
Yellow Warehouse
  Toldbodgade 38 A, 1253 København K 1783 Warehouse from 1777–83 by Georg Erdman Rosenberg, adapted and restored in 1978–79 [609]
Toldbodgade 40:
Vestindisk Pakhus
  Toldbodgade 40, 1253 København K 1781 Warehouse from 1780–81 by Caspar Frederik Harsdorff and the gate pavilions at the entrance from Toldbodgade from c. 1752 which originally marked the entrance to the Botanical Garden in Amaliegade [610]

VEdit

Listing name Image Location Coordinates Description
Valkendorfsgade 36   Valkendorfsgade 36, 1151 København K Townhouse from 1737[611]
Vandkunsten 8 and Kompagnistræde 39   Vandkunsten 8, 1467 København K 1796 Building at mod Vandkunsten originally from c. 1750 but completely altered in 1803–08, former warehouse at Kompagnistræde 39 from 1803 /the two easternmost bays added in 1859) and the two connecting side wings[612]
Vandkunsten 10: Ording House   Vandkunsten 10, 1467 København K Corner building from 1802-03[613]
Vandkunsten 11   Vandkunsten 11, 1467 København K Building from before 1735 /heightened and facade rebuilt in brick in c. 1777) with side wing[614]
Vandkunsten 13   Vandkunsten 13, 1467 København K Building from 1754 and the northern side wing from 1783[615]
Ved Stranden 8   Ved Stranden 8, 1061 København K 1797 Corner building from 1796–97 [616]
Ved Stranden 10: Sundorph House   Ved Stranden 10, 1061 København K Corner building with side wing from 1796–97 [617]
Ved Stranden 12   Ved Stranden 8, 1061 København K 1797 Building with side wing from 1796 [618]
Ved Stranden 14:
Gustmeyer House
  Ved Stranden 14, 1061 København K 1752 House and side wing from 1796 by Johan Martin Quist [619]
  Admiralgade 24, 1066 København K House fronting Admiralgade [619]
Ved Stranden 16   Ved Stranden 16, 1061 København K Building from 1748 by Philip de Lange /extra height added in 1886) and the two side wings from 1795 and 1796 /extra height added in 1844) [620]
Vester Voldgade 19   Studiestræde 49, 1455 København K 1797 Building from 1796-97 which was heightened in 1845[621]
Vester Voldgade 21   Vester Voldgade 21, 1552 København V 1797 Building with side wing from 1796-97 which was heightened between 1832 and 1844[622]
Vestergade 1   Vestergade 1, 1456 København K 1797 Corner building from 1795 [623]
Vestergade 2:
Obel House
  Vestergade 2, 1456 København K 1797 House from 1796–97 [624]
Vestergade 3   Vestergade 3, 1456 København K 1797 Building with side wing and rear wing from 1795-96 [625]
Vestergade 5   Vestergade 5, 1456 København K 1797 Building from 1796-97 [626]
Vestergade 12:
Tre Hjorter
  Vestergade 12, 1456 København K 1797 Former inn/hotel building from 1796-97 by Lauritz Laurberg Thrane with the last two bays on Larsbjørnsstræde dating from an extension in 1875-76 [627]
Vestergade 14-16 and Vestergade 16   Larsbjørnsstræde 1, 1454 København K 1752 Corner building from 1796 by L.L. Thrane and C.F. Hollander [628]
  Larsbjørnsstræde 1, 1454 København K Wall on Larsbjørnstræde and the side and rear wing from 1796 by L.L. Thrane and C.F. Hollander [628]
  Vestergade 16, 1456 København K Building fronting Vestergade [628]
Vestergade 15   Vestergade 15, 1456 København K 1797 Corner building from 1797-98 by Philip Lange and L.L. Thrane [629]
Vestergade 20   Vestergade 20A, 1456 København K 1797 Building from 1797 by A.C. Wilcken [630]
Vestergade 21   Vestergade 21, 1456 København K 1797 Building with side wing and rear wing from 1795-96 [631]
Vestergade 22  

Vestergade 22, 1456 København K || 1797 || Building from 1798-99 || [632]

Vestergade 24   Vestergade 24, 1456 København K 1797 Building from 1686 [633]
Vestergade 26   Vestergade 26, 1456 København K 1797 Corner building from 1795
Vestergade 27   Vestergade 27, 1456 København K 1797 Building with two side wings and rear wing from 1797-99 by J.W. Steenberg [634]
Vestergade 29-31   Vestergade 29, 1456 København K 1797 Two buildings of which the eastern one dates from 1798–99 and the western one dates from 1796-97 [635]
Vestergade 33   Vestergade 33, 1456 København K 1797 Building from 1795-96 [636]
Vingårdstræde 15   Vingårdstræde 15, 1070 København K 1797 Corner building from 1797–98 by Philip Lange and L.L. Thrane [629]
Vingårdstræde 19   Vingårdstræde 19, 1070 København K 1797 Building from 1796–97 by Niels Hansen and H.C. Schmidt [637]
Vingårdstræde 20 Vingårdstræde 20, 1070 København K 1797 Building from 1851 by P.C. Hagemann [638]
Vingårdstræde 21   Vingårdstræde 21, 1070 København K 1797 Corner building from side wing from 1797 [639]

ChristianshavnEdit

SlotsholmenEdit

Listing name Image Location Coordinates Description
Christian IV's Arsenal   Tøjhusgade 3, 1214 København K 1720 Former arsenal built in 1598–1611 by Vhristian IV and Berendt Petersen[640]
Christian IV's Brewhouse   Frederiksholms Kanal 29, 1220 København K 1618 Former brewhouse built in 1616–18 and rebuilt after fires in 1632 and 1767 [641]
Proviantgården Rigsdagsgården 7A, 1218 København K Guardhouse at Generalstabsporten[642]
  Proviantgården 1, 1218 København K Former storage building[642]
Royal Library Garden   Rigsdagsgården 11A, 1218 København K c. 1700 Artillerigeneralens kontor: Building from c. 1700[643]
  Rigsdagsgården 11B, 1218 København K [643]
  Rigsdagsgården 13B, 1218 København K [643]
Slotsholmsgade 4:
Kancellibygningen
  Slotsholmsgade 4, 1216 København K 1720 Three-winged complex from 1715–20 nu Johan Conrad Ernst fronting Slotsholmsgade and with side wings to the northwest (Slotspladsen) and southeast[644]
Slotsholmsgade 6   Slotsholmsgade 8, 1216 København K 1783 Building from 1783 nu Caspar Frederik Harsdorff[645]
Slotsholmsgade 8:
Storm House
  Slotsholmsgade 8, 1216 København K 1696 House from 1696[646]
Slotsholmsgade 8, 1216 København K Western side wing[646]
Slotsholmsgade 10:
Lerche House
  Slotsholmsgade 10, 1216 København K 1742 House from 1741–42 by J. A. Soherr, later expanded with an extra floor[647]
Staldmestergården   Frederiksholms Kanal 21, 1220 København K Corner building from 1703-06 by Wilhelm Friedrich von Platen and Christof Marselis[648]
  Tøjhusgade 9, 1214 København K One-storey building in the courtyard[648]
  Tøjhusgade 9, 1214 København K Havremagasinet from 1820-1840[648]

BispebjergEdit

Listing name Image Location Year built Contributing resource Ref
Atelierhusene: Grønnemose Allé 21 A-G (7)   Grønnemose Allé21 A-G, 2400 København NV 1942 Artists' housing designed byViggo Møller-Jensen [649]
Atelierhusene: Grønnemose Allé 23-35 (7) Grønnemose Allé 23–35, 2400 København NV 1942 Artists' housing designed byViggo Møller-Jensen [650]
Atelierhusene: Grønnemose Allé 37-49 (7) Grønnemose Allé 37–49, 2400 København NV 1942 Artists' housing designed byViggo Møller-Jensen [651]
Bakkehusene: Bakkevej (20) Bakkevej 01-51 and 02–52, 2400 København NV 1022 Riw giuses from 1921–22 designed by Thorkild Henningsen and Ivar Bentsen [652]
Bakkehusene: Hulgårdsvej (20) Hulgårdsvej 19–73, 2400 København NV 1022 Riw giuses from 1921–22 designed by Thorkild Henningsen and Ivar Bentsen [653]
Bakkehusene: Markvej (20) Markvej 01-51 og 002–054, 2400 København NV 1022 Riw giuses from 1921–22 designed by Thorkild Henningsen and Ivar Bentsen [654]
Bakkehusene: Rødkildevej (20) Rødkildevej 002–076, 2400 København NV 1022 Riw giuses from 1921–22 designed by Thorkild Henningsen and Ivar Bentsen [655]
Bellahøj Bellahøjvej 20, 2700 Brønshøj c. 1800 House from c. 1800 [656]
Bispebjerg Hospital (19)   Bispebjerg Bakke 21–23,2400 København NV 1913 Hospital from 1908–1913 designed by the architect Martin Nyrop and he landscape architect Edvard Glæsel [657]
Lygten Station   Lygten 2A, 2400 København NV 1906 Former railway station from 1906 designed by Heinrich Wenck [658]
Nielsen & Jespersens   Rentemestervej 14, 2400 København NV 1934 Former plastic goods factory complex consisting of a two-storey building from 1934, a one-storey extension from 1842 anda factory hall from 1944 [659]

BrønshøjEdit

Listing name Image Location Year built Contributing resource Ref
Brønshøj Water Tower   Brønshøjvej 29, 2700 Brønshøj 1928 Water tower from 1928 designed by Ib Lunding [660]
Husum School (3) Karlslundevej 23, 2700 Brønshøj c. 1800 Three-winged school building from 1930 designed by Edvard Thomsen and Frits Schlegel [661]

NørrebroEdit

Vesterbro/Kongens EnghaveEdit

ØsterbroEdit

Delisted buildings in CopenhagenEdit

Listing name Image Location Year built Contributing resource Ref
Åhusene (2)   Åboulevard 12 and 16, 2200 København N 1894 Two apartment buildings from 1894 designed by Ulrik Plesnr [662]
Brolæggerstræde 14   Brolæggerstræde 14, 1211 København K 1797 [663]
Gammeltorv 16   Gammeltorv 16, 1457 København K 1937 Building with side wing from 1800-01 [664]
Gothersgade 33-33 A and Store Regnegade 19 A-B Gothersgade 33A, 1123 København K 55°40′55.59″N 12°34′56.84″E / 55.6821083°N 12.5824556°E / 55.6821083; 12.5824556 Complex of building from the 18th century which has later been adapted [665]
Store Regnegade 19B, 1110 København K 55°40′55.43″N 12°34′55.87″E / 55.6820639°N 12.5821861°E / 55.6820639; 12.5821861 Warehouse in the courtyard [665]
Kompagnistræde 22 Kompagnistræde 22, 1208 København K 1796 ][666]
Kompagnistræde 43 and Gåsegade 1   Kompagnistræde 2, 1208 København K Corner building from 1805-06 woth facade from 1897 [667]
Hauser Plads 10   Hauser Plads 10, 1127 København K 55°40′56.45″N 12°34′32.02″E / 55.6823472°N 12.5755611°E / 55.6823472; 12.5755611 Building from 1822–48[668]
Nørre Voldgade 48   Nørre Voldgade 48, 1358 København K Building from 1831-32 [669]
Kongens Nytorv 18:
Lihme House
  Kongens Nytorv 18, 1050 København K 1768 Townhouse from 1768 by Hans Næss [670]
Vestergade 18 Vestergade 18, 1456 København K 1797 Building from 1796 [671]

See alsoEdit

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  47. ^ a b "FBB - sag".
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  56. ^ a b c "FBB - sag".
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  60. ^ a b "FBB - sag".
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  78. ^ "FBB - sag".
  79. ^ a b "FBB - sag".
  80. ^ "FBB - sag".
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  83. ^ "FBB - sag".
  84. ^ a b c "FBB - sag".
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  90. ^ "FBB - sag".
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  92. ^ a b c "FBB - sag".
  93. ^ a b c "FBB - sag".