Superkilen – Public Park in Copenhagen, where hundreds of artifacts from 60 countries are collected
In the very center Copenhagen, In the Nererere region, there is a very unusual and modern park. It was created by the best architects of the country with the support of the authoritative German architectural firm TOPOTEK1.
Many residents of the city have already managed to paint this park one of the most ethnically diverse and socially active throughout the country.
In addition to interesting zones and unusual style Park Superkilen is filled with a variety of items from all over the world. As idea of architects, this place should be a kind of exhibition for local residents, where they can get acquainted with things from 60 countries.
For 750 meters, the Park’s guests will meet three different zones that radically differ from each other. The park covers an area of 30 square kilometers, on which there are many interesting things for recreation.
The red zone is made in bright red, orange and pink colors. There are Wi-Fi and all the conditions for working on the Internet.
The black zone in the center of the park has a very hilly landscape, which is decorated with a white lines mesh. Conditions for roller skating, skateboard and bicycles have been created here.
The green part of the park is a real hills, trees and plants. This zone is well suited for picnics, as well as sports.
All over the park you can meet objects from around the world. For example, there are swings from Iraq, benches from Brazil, Fountain from Morocco and urns from England.
Even the caps of the sewer hatches here come from Zanzibara, Gdansk and Paris. In total, there are more than 108 artifacts in the park illustrating the ethnic diversity of the local population.