Hans Christian Andersen moved in with the Melchior family in their farmhouse on Østerbro, Rolighed ved Kalkbrænderiet (calm by the lime kiln) September 9th 1866. Before this he had been on a trip to Portugal.
Hans Christian Andersen lived on the corner of St. Annæ square and Toldbodgade and had two rooms on the ground floor January 4th to April 4th, 1861. Then he went on a trip abroad. Hans Christian Andersen moved back in with Madame Anholm on Nyhavn 67 September 1st, 1861.
Hans Christian Andersen moved into Nyhavn, today No. 67, with host and Captain John Anholm. Hans Christian Andersen rented 3 rooms on the 2nd floor in 1848.
Hans Christian Andersen lived from June 27th to August 24th 1848 on Amaliegade 141 in Sorø, now No. 37, in two rooms with his friend, Lieutenant Commander Christian Wulff. In the period before and after, Andersen travelled around and visited several manors.
Hans Christian Andersen moved into Store Kongensgade 49 on October 1st 1847 and moved out on May 11th 1848. The property was too low and was therefore demolished in 1934, it stood at the corner of Store Kongensgade and Dr. Tværgade. Hans Christian Andersen had two rooms on the second floor.
Hans Christian Andersen moved into the Hotel du Nord in 1838, which was on the corner of Vingaardsstræde and Kongens Nytorv. Today Magasin du Nord can be found on the same place. Hans Christian Andersen had two rooms, one for the courtyard and towards the street with a view of the Royal Theatre. He stayed […]
Hans Christian Andersen moved after his travels of 1833-1834 in with Wulffs at the Naval Academy, which in 1827 had been housed on Bredgade 183, now No. 76 Hans Christian Andersen moved into Nyhavn 280, now No. 20, on the Charlottenborg side in 1834. His hostess was a skipper’s widow with four children, Karen Sofie […]
Hans Christian Andersen moved to Store Kongensgade 33, 3rd floor with Mrs Charlotte Schroeder in 1828. The house was later demolished in 1904. The philosopher Friedrich Wilhelm Schelling had stayed here during a visit to Copenhagen and even slept in the bed as Hans Christian Andersen.
Hans Christian Andersen was accommodated in the attic of Vingårdsstræde 132 with landlady Mrs Schwartz after the removal of Meisling School in Elsinore in 1827.
Hans Christian Andersen moved with Mrs Henckel to Dybensgade 167 (later No. 20, on the corner of Nikolajsgade) in 1822.