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... has been modified over the centuries so it is now a mixture of architectural styles. Originally a Catholic Church, it became a Protestant Lutheran Church in 1531 after the reformation started by Martin Luther.
The Church has two major attractions. The massive organ in the church, originally built in 1770, has 5,70pipes. Unfortunately only two people remain who can play it so there is a concern about its future.
... monetary or defence decisions to be controlled by or enforced by the EU. While the EU was started to prevent a further world war, and there was the Cold War threat to give enough reason to unite in 1950, there's not enough incentive/will to overcome financial differences today when there is no Soviet threat and there hasn't been ...
... of the university have done all the calculations and have created a replacement chart for when 2017 arrives. The afternoon was spent in the ship's library reading as it rained outside. At dinner we ate with an entertaining couple who were from the U.S. So far we've enjoyed dining with interesting people, but we never see them again because there are 1250 people aboard. Quite a different experience from the riverboat ...
We enjoy a couple of hours walking through the town centre before catching the boat back to our ship.
This is our last night so we enjoy our final drinks in the Avenue Saloon bar, that again has proved to be our favourite little drinking hole, before proceeding to the dining room for our last dinner for this cruise.
Tomorrow we will be arriving in Copenhagen and heading to Hillerod where we have a house swap for seven days.
... main square to admire the statue dedicated to him which was a bit tongue-in-cheek depicting a scene where the whole town came out in protest by showing their butts to Henry. From the central square we made our way to the castle where the Dukes of Mecklenburg made their base. Today it is the house of Parliament for the state government and a museum. We walked through the gardens ...