Nyelandsvej is a street in the Frederiksberg district of Copenhagen, Denmark. It runs from Falkoner Allé in the southeast to a roundabout at the north end of Dalgas Boulevard in the northwest; the more urban, eastern part of the street, between Falkoner Allé and Nordre Fasanvej, separates an area with Copenhagen Business School's Solbjerg Campus and Frederiksberg Centret to the south from the Svømmehal Quarter to the north. The western part of the street is the site of the multi-purpose venue Keddelhallen and follows the south side of Frederiksberg Hospital before entering an area with Single-family detached homes. Nyelandsvej was established in 1883-84 and received its name on 17 April 1884, it is named for Stephan Peter Nyeland, provisionmaster at the Navel Department, who owned a country estate on Falkonér Allé between 1837 and 1875 on whose land part of Nyelandsvej and Bentzonsvej. Københavns Mælkeforsyning, whose name was changed to Solbjerg Majeri, opened on the street at No. 25 in 1884.
Its old buildings were ereplaced by new ones in the 1920s and it developed into one of the largest employers in Frederiksberg. It had direct access to Frederiksberg Station's fraight teraain; the dairy closed in the mid-1970s. The street section west of Nordre Fasanvej was established in 1884 but was called Bergersvej until 1900. Copenhagen County Hospital was built on the north side of the road in the 1890s; the buildings became part of Frederiksberg Hospital when Copenhagen County Hospital completed its move to Gentofte in 1939. Frederiksberg Incineration Plant opened on the other side of the street in 1903. Skolen på Nyelandsvej at No. 23. is a public primary school. It was built in 1891–92 to design by Christian Laurits Thuren. No. 27– is the former home of Frederiksberg Seminarium and now houses Metropolitan University College's Department of Education and Learning. The Godthaab Church was inaugurated in 1911. Designed by Gotfred Tvede, it is part of a complex which included Godhaab Parish's day care center and General Classens Asyl.
The adjacent residential building were built from 1913 by Arbejdernes Andels-Boligforening efterto design by Viggo Thalbitzer, og er det første eksempel i Danmark på et boligbyggeri ud fra almennyttige principper. The multi-purpose venue Keddelhallen is occupies the surviving buildings of Frederiksberg Incineration Plant, they were adapted for their current use in 2001. Fasanvej Station is situated kust south of the intersection with Nordre Fasanvej, it is served by the M1 and M2 lines of Copenhagen Metro
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Bülowsvej is a street in the Frederiksberg district of Copenhagen, Denmark. It runs from Gammel Kongevej in the south to Åboulevard in the north, linking Madvigs Allé with Brohusgade; the University of Copenhagen's Frederiksberg Campus dominates the west side of the street with its large main building from 1895. The east side of the street is home to one of Denmark's oldest neighbourhoods of single family detached homes; the street takes its name after Frederik Christoffer Bülow, inspector at Ladegården. When the so-called Demarcation Line was moved from Jagtvej to The Lakes in 1852, he acquired large areas of land, both between the Ladegård Canal and Gammel Kongevej in Frederiksberg and at Blågård in Nørrebro, he sold off the land in Frederiksberg in lots with a registered contractual term, effective until 1925, ensuring that it could only be used for low, private villas. Bülow proposed that H. C. Ørstedsvej was extended all the way to Gammel Kongevej but this was rejected. He established Bülowsvej on his own land, naming it after himself.
Frederiksberg became an independent municipality in 1968. In 1858, the new Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University's main building was inaugurated on the west side of the street as a replacement for the old Royal Veterinarian School on Sankt Annæ Gade in Christianshavn; the railway to Roskilde crossed the street from its opening in 1864. In 1902, Paul Bergsøe opened a metalware factory at a site next to the railway on the east side of the street, it was demolished in 1945. The railway crossing disappeared. Bülowvej's most prominent landmark is the main building of University of Copenhagen's Frederiksberg Campus, it owes its current appearance to an extension designed by Johannes Emil Gnudtzmann in 1895. To the north of the old main building, on the other side of Thorvaldsensvej, is Copenhagen Plant Science Center under construction, it will consist of four cylindrical buildings designed by Tranberg. DTU Vet, National Veterinary Institute, part of the Technical University of Denmark, conducts research in infectious animal diseases.
It is the result of a merger of the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural College's Serumlaboratorium and Statens Veterinære Institut for Virusforskning in 2002 under the name Danmarks Veterinærinstitut. It has been part of DTU since 1 January 2007; the Neo-Baroque apartment building on the corner of Bülowsvej with Rosenørns Allé is from 1905 and was designed by Axel Preisler and Povl Baumann. The area on the east side of the street is Denmark's oldest neighbourhood of single family detached housing, it comprises streets such as Uraniavej, Lindevej and Amalievej
Søndre and Nordre Fasanvej are two streets which form a long south--to-northnorth oriented artery through Frederiksberg, an independent municipality surrounded by larger Copenhagen Municipality in Copenhagen, Denmark. The southern part of the street is surrounded by large green spaces and attractive residential neighbourhoods while its northern part, which enters the Nørrebro and North-West districts of Copenhagen, is dominated by former industry; the street takes its name after a former royal pheasantry, in Frederiksberg Park. Søndre Fasanvej begins at Valby Langgade and continues along the western margin of Søndermarken and Frederiksberg Gardens to Smallegade, passing Roskildevej on the way, it continues as Nordre Fasanvej, passing several major arteries, including Nylandsvej, Godthåbsvej, Borups Allé and Hillerødgade, before reaching Frederikssundsvej. The oldest part of Søndre Fasanvej, north of Roskildevej, was established in 1682 as an access road to the royal pheasantry behind Frederiksberg Gardens.
The road was extended northwards to Smallegade. The southern part of present-day Søndre Fasanvej, between Valby Langgade and Roskildevej, was created in about 1870 as a driveway to a small cluster of nurseries, it was first known as Bag Søndermarken but was incorporated in Søndre Fasanvej in about 1900. Nordre Fasanvej was established between 1883 and 1908 as a direct extension of Søndre Fasanvej as the old part of the street was now called; the section north of Godthåbsvej]] was until 1920 called Østre Fasanvej. A new Frederiksberg Hospital was built at the street in 1903, replacing the old hospital at Howitzvej; the west side of Søndre Fasanvej, opposite the big parks, is dominated by areas of Single-family detached home, apartment buildings from the 1880s. Diakonissestiftelsen's development, located on the corner with Peter Bangs Vej, dates from the same time. Across the street from Diakonissestiftelsen is the former industrial site of the Royal Copenhagen porcelain manufactury, transformed into a mixed-use neighbourhood now known as Porcelænshaven.
The main entrance to Frederiksberg Hospital is located at No. 57. Its gatehouse is built in the Neo-Baroque style. Nordre Fasanvej is home to some early examples of Functionalist architecture; the Green Funkis Building at No. 78 was built in 1932 to designs by Hans Dahlerup-Berthelsen. The company Novozymes has a factory at the Nørrebro end of Nordre Fasanvej; the oldest part of the complex is an old dairy. It was expanded by Arne Jacobsen in 1934 and again in 1962; the underground Fasanvej Station is located at the southern end of Nordre Fasanvej. Halfway between Smallegade and Nyelandsvej, it serves the M2 lines of the Copenhagen Metro. Nørrebro station is located at Frederikssundsvej at the northern end of the street, it serves the Ring Line of the S-train network. Frederiksberg Allé Borups Allé Søndre Fasanvej