Denmark's first public hospital


No. 68 Bredgade is the site of Denmark’s first public hospital: Det kongelige Frederiks Hospital (King Frederik’s Hospital"). In the Age of the Enlightenment, King Frederik V was taken up with fighting disease. His citizens were to be healthy so they could…

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Frederiks Hospital

In nice weather patients could enjoy the light and air in Grønnegården.

År: 1900 (ca.) PHOTO:Dansk Sygeplejehistorisk Museum

The philosopher Søren Kiekegaard's grave
The philosopher Søren Kiekegaard's grave
Frederiks Hospital
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Søren Kierkegaard's last days

" Sick and weak, the philosopher Søren Kierkegaard turned up at Frederiks Hospital on Tuesday,…

Kierkegaard research is alive and well

On 2 October 1855, Søren Kierkegaard collapsed in the street and was taken to Frederiks Hospital in…

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