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... the 14th century these watchmen made their nightly rounds in Ribe, making sure the streets were safe for locals to walk. They were also charged with being on the lookout for fires or floods threatening the town. The job was abolished in Ribe in 1902, but reinstated in 1935 as a tourist attraction. These days interesting factual titbits, singing and colourful stories of memorable Ribe citizens (in Danish and English) are just part of the act. Throw in narrow ...
... Henrik was baptised there in 2009.
Mogeltonder is described as having the 'prettiest village street in Denmark'. Every house is different and some of them are thatched. The whole street is cobbled. but ...
... 1913. The results are amazing. The painting is quite naive in style but suits the style of the church.
After visiting the cathedral we went for a wander around the attractive town.
We then moved on further into Denmark to the historic town of Ribe
... 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 ...
... So we got one (only a tenner) and headed to pitch 326. I nipped to the camp shop for bread, only to discover the Kroner coins that dad had very kindly donated to our cause are "old coins", no longer accepted.... The Kroner notes that dad kindly donated to our cause are, however, still in circulation so all was well. Moral of the story: forget the little metal jobs, it's the big paper ones you want!! I think this moral will take us far in life, no matter the country! ...