As long as Copenhagen’s existence, fish has played a significant role in the harbours. Not so much anymore as the last Fisherman’s Wife selling fish at “Gammel Strand” in central Copenhagen retired in 2008. I vaguely remember them selling fish from trips to Copenhagen in my early childhood. A historical archive in Copenhagen has a collection of photos from the […]
This visit reminded me of my childhood visits with my mother to the original city museum and of my job as a Health Visitor in Copenhagen
New architecture mix with the old and well known in Copenhagen
Here are 4 reasons why the Pilgrims left the comforts of Holland 400 hundred years ago for the uncertainties of the American wilderness. — Read on www.beautifulchristianlife.com/blog/4-reasons-why-the-pilgrims-came-to-america
I would have loved to have heard the story of this heroic personnel. All my life the WWII have had my interest. Recently I became conscious that the architecture is unique. The founders thought of healing via the beauty of architecture and the importance of fresh air and sunshine combined with the professionals' good care.
Helnaes is a well-kept pearl of nature connected to Funen, Denmark, with cohesiveness among the inhabitants.
Your inner compass or conscience tells you if you would risk your life for others or not
In late 1776, very few patriot soldiers held the line and continued to fight for freedom.
In my opinion, we are in a similar situation where the few risk everything to save our civilization.
As a young person, I went everywhere in Copenhagen by bike. I thought I knew every corner of it. Thirty years ago, I moved away from Copenhagen, and now as a retired health visitor, my husband and I explore places when visiting our children. One of the places we went to last weekend was Norrebro, an area of Copenhagen where […]
Thinking about the uncertain and dangerous times of WWII, we are again in a war. This time it's a war on information and disinformation or a fight between good and evil