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... city in Sweden, and appears to be up and coming with many new modern looking buildings being built! Mom, I saw the PWC building as well as KPMG.
We aren't sure if we found the right castle or not, but if it was it wasn't very impressive. The gardens, however, were BEAUTIFUL! There was a moat around the castle that people were canoeing in, as well as a windmill. After spending time in the gardens, we went to find ...
... br> Please have a look around at my previous blogs from my first 3 summers to get a grip of what usually tends to happen when I travel the US. I esp. like the pics from Seattle, but there are a lot of good pics and reflections.
Yesterday was the International workers day (May-day) and I celebrated it accordingly by walking in the left wing party demo in my town with 5000 others. So ending this post with a pic. from yesterday.
... monarch. King Christian III of Denmark and Norway rebuilt the citadel in the 16th century, to create a modern defensive fortress."
This is the same building where Denmark's money was made in the Middle Ages, where wild parties were held by Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark in the 16th century and where prisoners were decapitated in the castle courtyard during the 19th century, when the ...
... official check in we made our way over to Christiania. Christiania was a part of Denmark until it proclaimed itself free from the Danish government in 1971. Today it has its own set of rules and about 850 residents. We made it over a bridge and to a sign that we thought said 'Christiania'. We were wrong. Turns out we did not make it to the official community, just the borough it is in. We will try again in the morning before our train.
Today we were on tour of Malmo City ~ originally known as "Malmhaug" ... meaning 'gravel pile'. Malmo is the capital of Skane County and the population is just over 300,000.
Our tour consisted of visits to:
The Turning Torso ~ the tallest skyscraper in Scandinavia. It is a 190M tall concrete and steel apartment building, which turns 90 degrees from bottom to top. It is a ...
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