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|Hans Tavsens Plads|
The central part of the park is dominated by lawns and large trees. The southeastern portion of the park is home to a staffed, public playground. The northwestern portion of the park, adjacent to Nørrebro Park School, is used for sports facilities.
A little further to the north west, next to the entrance to Assistens Cemetery, stands a bronze copy of Michelangelo's marble statue of Moses in San Pietro in Vincoli in Rome. The statue is owned by the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek but placed in the park on loan in 1924.
In 2016, a project for redesigning the park and Korsgade in a way that will protect the surrounding neighbourhood against flooding problems in connection with heavy rains was selected as the overall winner of the Nordic Council's Nordic Built Cities Challenge. The winning proposal, entitled "Soul of Nørrebro",was designed by SLA, Rambøll, ArkiLab, Den Nationale Platform for Gadeidræt, Aydin Soei and Social Action.  The scheme will be realized in 2021-23.
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