I´ll like to show you a few photos of how it looks
like where I live.
Half an hours car drive east from where I live
is Copenhagen the Capital
this is where our Majesty the Queen and her family lives.
There are 4 buildings like this surrounding
the square and if you look close you can
see a little red sort of tower like thing
standing on the right side of the gate in the back.
These are sentry boxes still in use.
The Royal Danish Life Guards are wachting.
Standing on the square
you can see the big Marble Church
also called Frederiks Church.
The church is open for the public and there a staircase
to the dome with the most beautiful overlook of Copenhagen
As we didn´t manage to travel to Amsterdam this time
we took a trip to our own canal - Nyhavn - also
situated in Copenhagen.
These are restored really old building
and it´s alway such a nice walk along the canal.
If you drive half an hour up north from where I live
you can visit this castle
This castle was used for hunt and home for the king
in the old days.
It´s now open for the public and housesT
the National History Museum.
the great hall
Inside you can see the great Hall.
Imagine the beautiful balls held here.
Frederiksborg Castle Church
Inside the Castle is also the
This Church is still in used and very popular
among the young people for their confirmation.
The beautiful Chuch Organ.
This is just the few places we were visiting during our vacation this time.
If there´s any of you out there interested in History,
then come on over to see even more
("wink" "wink" Ruth)
I hope you enjoyed the photos.
Wishing you all a lovely day.