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Strandmarkskvarteret

Strandmarkskvarteret is a cosy and green residential area with villas and low apartment houses from the 1950s.
Broen der bider i Lodsparken

About Strandmarkskvarteret

The district runs from Strandmarksvej to the green belts of Kystagerparken, Lodsparken and Strandengen. Go visit Hvidovre Marina at the end of Strandhavevej.

Also worth seeing:

Strandmarkskirken, a church on Strandmarksvej consecrated in 1968.

Flats on Strandhavevej built in 1953-55 of precast concrete panels. A brand new construction technique at that time. A nice housing environment with variation and lots of details, light and space. By the architect Svenn Eske Kristensen.

"Papegøjehusene" at Engstrands Allé. Houses from the beginning of the 1950s, and also a precast construction by the architect Svenn Eske Kristensen. The houses started out in different colours, which gave them the funny nickname "Papegøjehusene" – the parrot houses.
Strandmarkskolen on Hvidovre Enghavevej, formerly a municipal school, and today a centre for local activities. It is run by a number of local associations.
Langhøjparken between Hvidovre Enghavevej and the school Langhøjskolen is named after a bronze age barrow. The barrow was built between year 1800 and 500 BC.

If you love art, you should see:
"Hængebugsvin" (pot-bellied pig) from 1984 by Arne Ranslet, at Langhøjskolen.
"Kaleidiskopiske himmelstrøg" (kaleidoscopic skies), a decoration from 1988 of the old people's home Plejehjemmet Strandmarkshave on Tavlekærsvej, by Richard and Bodil Manz.
"Kvinde med barn" (woman with child) from 1950 by Niels Tvede, at Strandmarksvej in front of the Danalund building.
Glazed tile decoration performed by 1,000 schoolchildren in 2009, in Frihedens Idrætscenter, a sports centre. 
"Broen der bider" (the biting bridge) from 1983 by Jørgen Haugen Sørensen, in Lodsparken.

Useful information

Train: S-tog (A and E-line) to Friheden Station or Åmarken Station (A-line).

Bus: 132.

Car: Parking lots by Friheden Station and Åmarken Station, Frihedens Mall, Langhøjskolen and Hvidovre Marina.

There are seating areas in the harbour of Hvidovre and also in the green areas and around the church Strandmarkskirken and in the shopping mall Friheden Butikscenter. There are public toilets in the shopping mall and a pay toilet at the Hvidovre Marina. You will also find public toilets at the northern end of Sdr. Kystagervej. The latter are open May-August between 10-22 hrs. and Sep-April between 10-18 hrs.

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Routes and activities

Try out the route Strandmarksvej - Strandhavevej - Hvidovre Havn - Hvidovre Strandvej - Langhøjskolen - Langhøjparken – Strandmarksvej.