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Simon Bang, a Danish Contemporary Artist

Years ago, my interest in WWII and my love for Copenhagen, our Danish capital, brought me in contact with the artist Simon Bang. At the time, I didn’t know that Simon Bang was a painter as we corresponded about historical subjects on a Facebook group on old black and white photos from our capital. Later on, I found his works illustrated on […]

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What’s going on in our time?

Covid laws separate families on purpose? The NSW and QLD urban border closure is causing separation of families. The only way they can see each other in person is by leaning over the plastic barricade and hugging… How much longer do Australians need to suffer? Open the state borders! pic.twitter.com/WDkMUxrBsS — Evelyn Rae (@_evelynrae) August 28, 2021 This reminds me […]

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Houses at the Svan Mill , Copenhagen

The cholera epidemy in Copenhagen in 1856 resulted in an increased interest in creating healthy housings for working-class people who died in great numbers by infections. Renowned architects created the houses uniquely, and they are still attractive today. The streets close to the beach of the Swan Mill in Eastern Copenhagen are all named after composers. At the time they were […]

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Jelling, Home of the Kings

I recommend a free museum and areas open all year round outside, showing the testimonies of the Danish Viking kings from more than thousands of years ago. My husband Henry has an in-depth story about the site. After a long cold spring, we finally had a warm day with a clear blue sky. People gathered for lunch, ice cream or […]

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