Hotel St. Clemens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Lübeck which burned the northern parts of the town.
Medieval Visby had more churches than any other town in Sweden - fifteen within the walls and two outside, which served various functions: parish churches, guild churches, monastic churches, and hospital church. Also there are over 200 secular buildings with substantial medieval elements surviving. They are all relatively similar in shape and size: rectangular in plan, with gables end-on to the street, ...
... was unique to Gotland. Everything you can imagine made from sheepskin, shearling, wool and wool felt: coats, hats, scarves, slippers, rugs and a hundred other assorted knick knacks, from iPad covers to golf head covers, but all rather expensive.
We were back on board well before the last tender at 3:15. The weather continued to cooperate – no more rain – as we commenced our two-day sea journey back to Harwich, ...
Visby is a Northern European walled Hanseatic town which has preserved its townscape and its extremely valuable buildings. The town wall dates back to the 13th century and is over two miles long. ...
... in weeks) every year in a town called Visby, on an island named Gotland, surrounded by a sea titled The Baltic. Visby is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because it is so freaking cool. The old city is surrounded by the Ringmuren or Ring Wall built around 700 years ago, it is lined with towers and gates. As well as this there are many old church ruins scattered throughout the city, so what a perfect place for thousands of dungeons and dragons nerds ...
... Atterdag, according to legend, agreed not to sack the city provided he was given 3 barrels of gold and silver. His fleet, with the booty, was sunk and the treasure has never been found....
Visby then became the base for pirates and remained as such for well nigh 200 years. Now the pirates come in Sunseeker yachts and such like but apart from that Visby is now a peaceful place.
One feature of this part of the world is the number of medieval churches that ...