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... wife Thyra. The larger of the two stones was raised by King Gorm's son, Harald Bluetooth in memory of his parents, celebrating his conquest of Denmark and Norway, and his conversion of the Danes to Christianity. The runic inscriptions on these stones are considered the most well known in Denmark. A drawing of Harald's stone is on the cover of Denmark's passports. The drawing of Christ was mistaken for Harald Bluetooth by the inventor of wireless connectivity. He ...
... There were lots of small conifer trees and it all gave the impression of lots of individual gardens - all very well kept.
In the cathedral square preparations were being made for a concert.
The cathedral was described as the largest granite built church ...
... some 10kms we came across a dyke that protects Denmark from the Baltic Sea. It appears that besides Holland, both Germany and Denmark are making use of dykes to drain and reclaim agricultural land from the sea.
Denmark is apparently the happiest country in the world. This must be because of their very socialist government that pretty much provides all services free of charge, because I can't imagine that it is ...
Early to wake to clear blue skies and scorching sun and a quick getaway as no awning. So a few cuppas, some breakfast biscuits, a nice stroll / run for Prego and off to Denmark. A minor mishap with local roadworks had us diverted onto the right path, only to hit a sequence of main roadworks along the journey. But with the Elbtunnel, the number of massive bridge crossings and the various ins and outs of roadworks reduced lanes (number and width!), Jon did remarkably ...
... drove down to the Viking Village, where volunteers from around the world stay here and re-enact Viking life in an authentically built village; it was well worth the visit, the sight and smells are all based on history and the skill of the crafts people using original forges, tools and materials makes you easily see how the Vikings explored the world.