The area around Nørrebro station is one of the most ethnic diverse in Copenhagen and the public park Superkilen brilliantly reflects that. The park is 750 meters longs and is made of three areas; the Red Square, the Black Market and the Green Park. Throughout the park, there are objects from all over the world. There is an iconic black bull sign from Spain, a bus stop from Saudi Arabia, a fountain from Morocco, Thai boxing ring, and many others. Each bench, trash bin, and even manhole are different and copies from other countries. The same goes with the trees, which you might have seen other places on globe. The Red Square is popular with skaters, while the Black Market is more for picnics and chess playing. The Green Park has basket and hockey courts and a cool outdoor gym. Even though Superkilen lies right next to one of the toughest ghettoes in Denmark, Mjølnerparken, the area is peaceful and welcoming.