Teglgårdsstræde, Copenhagen. This peaceful street is quite different from what was reported in “Politivennen” in 1838: “We would really appreciate a little help from our excellent police, in order to get so much peace in this street, that we can stay there in a tolerable way. It really seems to be the gathering place for the worst rioters, the city can show. We would briefly mention the following, and ask the honorable police to take care of them as vigorously as they can: 1. Children from all adjacent streets and alleyways have their favorite gathering place, mostly on the pavements, often blocking the pedestrians completely. In addition, several of them are equipped with watchmen whistles, which they blow and disturb the residents all day long. 2. The garbage collectors in this street has the custom to make noise with their rattles fifteen minutes. 3. A couple of fools, or fun lovers have a good time, standing on the corner of the rampart, shouting "hurrings" for 1 full hour at a time. It is said, that it is because once upon a time someone who didn’t buy anything from them, asked to moderate their inhumane roar. 4. The turf sellers’ roars in the streets are well known, and has been complaint about before.” The ramparts were where you can see the trees in the background.