We succeeded getting to visit Dragør, due to a visit to a dental technician in Tårnby. It took a couple of hours between making the dental cast and fitting the partial denture. Enough time for a lovely stroll in the old city with cobbled stone alleys and further down to the harbor.
|Jens Eyberts Square|
We walked to the harbor. Also with many old listed buildings. A Pilot tower from 1920 - build in order for the pilot to have free view after the construction of Dragør Fort. A little square building turned out to be a house where they made hot pitch and tar used in old days to make ships waterproof (caulking).