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What does Khc stand for?

Khc stands for Christianshavn (Danish railway station)

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Contract notice: Repair of stairs :: The contract includes repair of the access stairs to the following Metro subway stations:: - Islands Brygge Station: - Lergravsparken Station: - Amagerbro Station: - Christianshavn Station: - Kongens Nytorv Station: - Norreport Station: - Forums Station: - Frederiksberg Station: There has been a large number of loose granite tiles on the stairs, and several sites have been identified vandgennemsivninger the underlying technical room or escalators.
Christianshavn is worth a visit on foot, not least for a coffee at Sofieklderen, a cafe bar virtually in the water, or a meal at the two Michelin-starred Noma where guests can try musk ox from Greenland or seaweed from Iceland.
Although Gertrud Knudsen reacted to his exuberant courtship with some prudence, it was not long before they were married in the 17th-century Fresler Kirche in Christianshavn, a beautiful area of Copenhagen modelled on Amsterdam.
Across the water - and accessible via a footbridge - was the charming Christianshavn district, with beautiful streets intersected by canals in a way that was reminiscent of Amsterdam.
The south part of Christianshavn (the area not occupied by the Navy - p50) is a wonderful piece of city with a mixture of domestically scaled buildings and warehouses, which vary in splendour from the Asiatisk Kompagni's eighteenth-century Baroque palaces to the huge and styleless Gammel Dok (Old Dock) building, a rugged utilitarian structure in yellow brick under a vast pitched roof of red pantiles.
Born in the Christianshavn district of Copenhagen in 1956, Klaus Lynggaard has divided his energies among poetry, music, journalism, and fiction, He debuted with a collection of poems, Vinterkrig Winter War), in 1981, but three books and five years later came his great breakthrough, the novel Martin og victoria (Martin and Victoria), which enjoyed both critical and popular success.