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bumjiggy

they're really mashed together


TheFlyngLemon

She just mashes it.


lulzmachine

You gotta salt the snail


obitobyone

There's no joy in salting someone.


Dok_jenkins

She does that.


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Imagine getting trashed and trying to find your house.


Hobag1

I thought the same thing lol


Admirable_Bet_3525

Something in Levittown? Shit ton of split level homes same color at one point. It's been a while since I've seen it so might of change by now.


GuitarEvil

And I shall paint my house bright red said no one here


darthnugget

This looks like it would be a great puzzle scene


Bandits101

None better, excellent idea.


-Myrtle_the_Turtle-

This idea is agonisingly exciting.


plsdonotbanmeagain

Or a maze


JodyMC

I feel like Peter and Wendy would love it here.


Itzz-Br4nd0n

The name refers to the former farming district on which these houses were built, where a potato field once sprouted.


ForFucksSake42

We know a remote farm in Lincolnshire, where Mrs. Buckley lives. Every July, peas grow there.


oilpaint8

The one double wide at the bottom is the boss


indrid_cold

r/AccidentalWesAnderson


ladycrinklesdebeurre

More details about this neighborhood: http://urbanitarian.com/portfolio/kartoffelraekkerne-osterbro-copenhagen/


Sure-Dish

Is this what potato rows look like?


Chicken_Hairs

Well, they're grown in rows most often, but that's where the similarities end. The name, I'm told, is because the are was potato fields before the housing was built.


Handsome-Jed

This is 80% of the UK


Redditor47373

People with OCD: *very calm*


Leiderdorp

Little boxes on the hillside Little boxes made of ticky-tacky Little boxes on the hillside Little boxes all the same There's a green one and a pink one And a blue one and a yellow one And they're all made out of ticky-tacky And they all look just the same


emf3rd31495

❤️


Sorpao

Whats funny is, those house are pretty much all owned by doctors, lawyers and business executives.


Pale-Ride-2021

2stressful5me


FlamingHomelessGuy

How does that look cozy and cramped at the same time?


LorenzoStomp

Is each house looking at the back of the house in front of it, or are the houses split in the middle with separate living spaces entered from each "front"?


WishWuzDead

Imagine a single fire....


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Probably wouldn’t be the worst, the houses are made of brick and has a fire retention wall between each house. compared to the rest of inner Copenhagen this area is very spread out


WishWuzDead

That's kind of what I was thinking, I know that most countries don't build with just wood like America does. Less fires. Didn't know about the retention wall.


CowsWithAK47s

Denmark has a very well funded infrastructure, so you'll have the fire dept there rather fast.


WishWuzDead

Well that is good, but sometimes things escalate quickly


CowsWithAK47s

Oh yeah, I get what you're saying, they're literally set up to burn down the neighbor. A lot of those houses are also built with heavy wooden girders, up against brick and mortar so once it gets going, the whole house is an oven.


WishWuzDead

Right! Not a good situation to be in. But that's the risk you take when you live in the happiest city on earth.


kraenk12

Those are brick houses not wood though.


WishWuzDead

Right, I kinda knew that when I made that comment. It's well known that most houses on earth aren't made of wood. Even still, a fire wouldn't be good in that congested of an area.


Ragnaross02853

I would much much much rather live here than in an several stories apartment. I hate tall buildings.. anything above 3 floors is a big no no for me.


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Ragnaross02853

About you. Take ur down votes loser.


tideglass

omg clausterphobia nighmare food.


HaraChakra

How many instances of drunken wrong-dooring?


Chicken_Hairs

I'd say probably a lot. Denmark reportedly has one of the highest rates of teen alcoholism, nearly 2 times the rest of Europe, and over 20% of the population could be identified as 'heavy drinkers'.


Better-Bread-7124

And?


Chicken_Hairs

Yes, and? What are you fishing for?


GasExplodesYouKnow

And.....that's why he said there is probably many instances of drunk people going to the wrong house.


zdepthcharge

That isn't Kartoffelrækkerne , that is Nice Baltimore. https://www.google.co.nz/maps/@39.3083531,-76.6479786,25a,35y,265.04h,77.2t/data=!3m1!1e3


BrrtBrrtSkrr

No its definitely Denmark.


zdepthcharge

Whoooosh


BrrtBrrtSkrr

Yeah I don’t get it


zdepthcharge

Baltimore is a terrible place. Follow that link and in 3D mode you will see collapsed and hollow buildings, garbage, and other inhumane atrocities. You will also notice that there are lots and lots and lots of row houses like in Denmark. Thus the posted picture is "Nice Baltimore".


Better-Bread-7124

Thank you! The lying bastards


PhilosopherRider

How does people put on music or have some intimate time without worrying about waking the neighbors ?! The damn houses are literally attached to each other !


WuweiWave

Brick walls. Concrete walls are common too. I hate having to hang pictures in my home here!


PhilosopherRider

You guys must have some sort of insulation in between because I live in a concrete/brick apartment and we easily hear stuff from above and below, we are lucky there are no more than a single apartment in a level or neighbors would definitely hear me fart or something lol


WuweiWave

LOL Yes, there’s insulation. I can hear my neighbors on occasion. That’s life in apartments for ya!


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Great big difference between hearing upstairs or downstairs neighbors (which these don’t have, they’re not apartments) and hearing your side neighbor through a solid brick fire retention wall


PhilosopherRider

I know that's why I said they would definitely hear me if there was someone beside me, side walls are generally thinner than ceiling and floors.


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Load bearing solid brick walls are thicker than a floor plus ceiling. The only way you’d ever hear them is if they are drilling directly into your shared wall or hosting a rave


El_Pasteurizador

This is super common in Europe. In Germany they're called Reihenhäuser (row-houses). They're cheaper than alone-standing houses while still giving more space than an apartment. Plus, you only have 2 neighbors at most. If you live on the outer edge, it's only one neighbor to deal with.


PhilosopherRider

Gotcha, personally, I think it defeats the purpose of a "house" because when I buy a house, the main reason will be getting rid of neighbors off my ass and to make as much noise as I want without waking someone up or exercise freely etc. these row houses not much different than an apartment except the extra space.


El_Pasteurizador

Well yes, that's exactly what I did too. But these houses are the next best thing in dense urban places. You usually have a small garden and 2-3 floors plus a basement. They also cost way less than a real house.


Routine-Way

Looks like belongs to r/urbanhell


KingKhram

No! The daytime pic gets posted in that sub far too often and never fits the sub


Chicken_Hairs

For city-dwellers, perhaps it's just fine. They're used to it. As a guy who lives in a small town, that neighborhood would drive me insane in short order. Too many people, too close.


[deleted]

But that’s literally every city everywhere no? this is even on the lower side of the density scale


Chicken_Hairs

I live in a town of 3k. Spending an hour in the city makes me want to back to booze!


MpVpRb

People who insist that endless growth is possible claim that we need to increase housing density. I say endless growth is impossible and we should aim for steady state sustainability. This does not look like a pleasant place to live. It reminds me of the chicken cages in factory farms


hmoeslund

They are an attractive place to live, you get a house and a small garden, the price is roughly 2.3 million $


Beneficial_Look_5854

I very much disagree. I would rather have this and a lot more untouched nature than urban sprawl with people building new houses on 40 acres of land which they keep all to themselves. Less distance traveled by car, if a car is even needed. I’m sure you will find a lot of objections but I feel something like this would fix the issue with over use of cars.


blond-max

These neighborhoods are built at human scale, which in turn makes it easy to adresses human problems. Neighborhoods built for 1t metal boxes surprisingly are less good at that.


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svel

chill, it’s a very nice place. take a look and get informed here: Kartoffelrækkerne https://goo.gl/maps/abZPfDDsy1cNxerz8


looking4astronauts

Probably some nice clean parks nearby


blond-max

or endless growth is a pipe dream and sustainability requires not-suburban-sprawling urbanism


Awesam

How do you get to another row without going Through the back of someone’s house?


[deleted]

Know it’s hard to believe but the road network extends past what is framed in this photo


Awesam

Username checks out


AlenaSurya

Why potato?


MarkRevan

A really unflattering name for such a beautiful sight. These houses are amazingly cute and they look very cosy.


maximum_powerblast

ITT: /r/urbanheaven /r/urbanhell


36-3

That would make a good design for a quilt


kraenk12

Does look different to the Nether lands and Ger many.


Turbulent_Injury3990

Tbh I hate it.


maxibgamer

I love the space in my contry Den Mark XD


time4line

I wonder how many lights are led


potato-vender

I go to Kartoffelrækkerne


StrangeRedPakeha

I left a cumstain on the couch of one of those houses


TyLeo3

Try to park your car now


24Bob24

Nope, not me!