National Geographic : 1952 May
46 #J;P . TdIl lit. .10 4AA aF Now r Ao MIR NNW tl 0 111 A il .Y .". . jai ,.x 695 No Supermarket Serves Fresher Fish than Copenhagen's Streetside Mart Gleaming in sea salt, fish come direct to the Garnmelstrand market in boats that jam the canal (left). Fishwives in starched white bonnets skin live eels, a Copenhagen favorite, and also sell cod, sole, flounders, and herring (page 693). The granite statue of a fishwife (center background) honors the sturdy clan, most of them from the old village of Skovshoved. The sign, "Al Indkorsel forbudt," warns vehicles against passing behind the fish stalls.