Skjoldenæsholm Tram Museum: Traveling through the Age of Trams

In most countries trams are only a history of which we learn from our grandparents and grand-grandparents. For some of us they might appear interesting means of transportation, for the rest they might seem to have weird appearance as they are used to the present-day transports. Several thirty-forty years down the road trams might become …

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Shooting Denmark

Camera lenses can’t always depict the beauty our eyes witness. You can do some Photoshop tricks, but all that magic simple doesn’t work sometimes. And photos are an important part of the memories. Even if you’re not a professional photographer, you have to bring back a few albums. Here are a few places in Denmark, …

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Five festivals not to miss in Denmark

For a country with only five and a half million inhabitants, Denmark offers an impressive range of festivals and events. It is particularly famous for its music festivals, which include Roskilde and the Copenhagen Jazz Festival. Other events borne out of Denmark’s dedication to culture and food include the CHP PIX film festival, the Trailerpark …

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Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde

Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde is a national museum of the ships of Denmark, representing history of navigation and shipbuilding of the antique and medieval periods. A particular interest, undoubtedly can be found in fjord waters: five ships here represent to Roskilde the fragments reconstructed after their wreck. It is supposed that about 1070 of …

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