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|This museum shows the work of the danish resistance movements during the german occupation from april 9. 1940 until may 5. 1945.|
The museum is a part of the danish National Museum.
Outside at the entrance you can see a home made armoured vehicle used by the danish resistance.
|Holger Henrik Herholdt Drachmann (October 9, 1846 – January 14, 1908), was a Danish poet and dramatist. He is an outstanding figure of the Modern Break-Through.|
The son of Dr AG Drachmann, whose family was of German extraction, he was born in Copenhagen. Owing to the early death of his Danish mother, the child was left much to his own devices and developed a fondness for semi-poe...
|This is their new home in Beverly Hills according to the danish Magazine Billed Bladet. Not far away from Tom Cruises home.||07/12/2007||3,669|
|Tranquebar was a danish colony from 1620 to 1845 with Fort Dansborg to protect Tranquebar. It was the second largest fortification in the danish kingdom after Helsingoer (Elsingore) on the danish island Zealand.|
Tranquebar was sold to the UK in 1845.
|This is the site of the danish operation bunker and is located in the forest of Marselisborg south of Aarhus.|
From here the waters around Denmark is controlled by the danish navy and all rescue opeations with the danish Navy Homeguard, Airforce and Navy as support.
The giant antenna is a landmark and some call it the clothes-drier because of it's shape
|Charlotte Amalie was the second largest city in the danish kingdom in 1850.|
It was the capital in the danish West Indian Islands on St. Thomas.
There are many buildings from the danish colony time from 1672 untill 1917 when St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix were sold to the USA for 25 mio US Dollar after a public voting.
Special for Charlotte Amalie is that they still use ...
|These are the homes of the Danish singer Family Heick near Malmo. In front is the home of Annette Heich and behind is the home of her parents Keld and Hilda Heick.||11/04/2013||32|
|Also known as the Vassall-Craigie-Longfellow House, this is a historic site that was for almost fifty years the home of American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.||03/13/2006||335|
|During the battle of the danish prussian war april 18th. 1864 at Dybbøl two danish soldiers were wounded nearby this house. The owners of the house, Kathrine og Jorgen Fink, took the soldiers to them and layed them in their bed and nursed them. They died shortly ater and Jorgen burried them in their garden.|
On the gravestone is written the names of them:
|These buildings on the island Sprogo in the middle of the Great Belt housed from 1922 to 1961 a girls home, or as some say a prison, for pregnant teen girls and girls who didn't fit into the way young girls should behave in that time.|
Girls who were pregnant was forced to abortion and be sterilized. According to danish law sterilization by force was forbidden but that was the only way fo...
|Skamlingsbanken at Christiansfeld is the highest point in South Denmark with 113 meters.|
1843 it became national site and fiests were held for the danish national feeling.
In the center is a pillar remembering the danish cause but 1863 it was blown up by prussians but re-rised 1866. You can still see the damages from the blow up. Beside the pillar is the flag pole with the danish ...
|Hans Christian Andersen (April 2, 1805 – August 4, 1875) was a Danish author and poet noted for his children's stories. These include "The Steadfast Tin Soldier", "The Snow Queen", "The Little Mermaid", "Thumbelina", "The Little Match Girl", and the "The Ugly Duckling".|
During his lifetime he was acclaimed for having del...