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But since the metro serves the Ørestad area and an old railway alignment, the most populated area along Amagerbrogade has not seen many improvements.The islanders — or Amaricans — responded with a fierce local patriotism — some to the point where they flat out refused to leave the island.This all changed when the Danish and Swedish governments finally ended years and years of bickering, and agreed to construct a bridge from Copenhagen to Malmö, and the residents would finally get transportation links to rest of the city; a highway and railway connection was constructed across the island to connect the city with the airport and the new bridge.
Coupled with successful fishing the island grew into one of the wealthiest rural areas in the country.
This in turn meant property value rose, and the municipal council then decided to sell a huge patch of unused land to finance a new subway system, and hence the island even got two new subway lines.
Today new development and construction in the capital almost exclusively takes place on Amager — and if you are into modern architecture, the area's of Havneholmen, Islands Brygge and Ørestad is a veritable hotspot.
Amager (pronounced Ama'r) is a district and island southwest of central Copenhagen, covering some 96 km² (37 mi²), and mostly notable as the home of Copenhagen Airport and the charming old fishing hamlet of Dragør.
Long considered the backwaters of the city, this old working class district is now undergoing rapid development, contributing to some wonderful contrasts; from the huge uncultivated wetlands of Kalvebod Fælled, the ultra modern Ørestad development area, the laid back and impossibly picturesque Dragør fishing hamlet to the fiercely local patriotic public housing blocks on the northern part of the island.