Photo/landscape and city
- 작은전시회 1 : 별과 구름과 시골길 2017.09.19
- 고프로 4 타임랩스 (Gopro 4 timelabs) 2015.07.02
- Flight helsinki to paris, air photo : Schleswig, Germany 2015.06.29
- Flight helsinki to paris, air photo : Erfde, Germany 2015.06.28
- Flight helsinki to paris, air photo : Copenhagen,denmark 2015.06.28
- Flight helsinki to paris, air photo : Koge(Køge) 2015.06.28
- Flight helsinki to paris, air photo : Roskilde, Copenhagen Airport 2015.06.28
- Flight helsinki to paris, air photo : Skælskør, Agerso, Kirkehavn, Omo 2015.06.28
- Flight helsinki to paris, air photo : River Waal 2015.06.28
- Flight helsinki to paris, air Photo ( port of Antwerp) 2015.06.28
Schleswig (German pronunciation: [ˈʃleːsvɪç]; Danish: Slesvig; South Jutlandic: Sljasvig; archaic English: Sleswick; Low German: Sleswig) is a town in the northeastern part of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It is the capital of the Kreis (district) Schleswig-Flensburg. It has a population of about 27,000, the main industries being leather and food processing. It takes its name from the Schlei, an inlet of the Baltic sea at the end of which it sits, and "vik" or "vig" which means bay in Old Norse and Danish. Schleswig or Slesvig therefore means bay of the Schlei. (There is also a suggestion that the state's namesake and the term Slesvig originated from a tribe of West Slavs who lived in "Slavsvick" between the 5th century and 10th century AD.) ( from wikipedia : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schleswig,_Schleswig-Holstein )
website : http://www.schleswig.de/
Heritage : Schleswig Cathedral
Schleswig Cathedral (German: Schleswiger Dom), (Danish: Slesvig Domkirke) officially the Cathedral of St. Peter at Schleswig (German: St. Petri-Dom zu Schleswig), is the main church of Schleswig and was the cathedral of the Bishop of Schleswig until the diocese was dissolved in 1624. It is now a church of the North Elbian Evangelical Lutheran Church, seating of one of its bishops, and ranks among the most important architectural monuments of Schleswig-Holstein.
(from wikipedia : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schleswig_Cathedral )
Restaurant(Land Mark) : wikingturm ( http://www.wikingturm-restaurant.de/ )
Music Festival : Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival ( https://www.shmf.de/en/Home )
google map : https://www.google.co.kr/maps/place/%EB%8F%85%EC%9D%BC+%EC%8A%90%EB%A0%88%EC%8A%A4%EB%B9%84%ED%9Efirstname.lastname@example.org,9.563235,14z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m6!1m3!3m2!1s0x0:0x92a2e053fe50db4e!2sSchleswig-Holstein+Musikfestival!3m1!1s0x47b30cca3ba44ccb:0x04248963c6582de0
The Eider (German: Die Eider; Danish: Ejderen; Latin: Egdor or Egdore) is the longest river of the German state of Schleswig-Holstein. The river starts nearBordesholm and reaches the southwestern outskirts of Kiel on the shores of the Baltic Sea, but flows to the west, ending in the North Sea. The middle part of the Eider was appropriated for use as part of the Kiel Canal.
The Kiel Canal
The Kiel Canal is a 98-kilometre (61 mi) long freshwater canal in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein. The canal was finished in 1914 and links the North Sea at Brunsbüttel to the Baltic Sea at Kiel-Holtenau. An average of 250 nautical miles (460 km) is saved by using the Kiel Canal instead of going around the Jutland Peninsula. This not only saves time but also avoids potentially dangerous storm-prone seas.
Copenhagen (IPA //; Danish: København [kʰøb̥m̩ˈhɑʊ̯ˀn] is the capital and most populated city of Denmark, with an urban population of 1,263,698 (as of 1 January 2015) and ametropolitan population of 1,992,114 (as of 1 January 2015). It is situated on the eastern coast of Zealand, 164 km (102 mi) east of Odense and 28 km (17 mi) northwest of Malmö, Sweden. The city stretches across parts of the island of Amager and contains the enclave of Frederiksberg, a municipality in its own right. ( from wikipedia : https://en.wikipedia.org/?title=Copenhagen )
Bispebjerg Hospital is one of the hospitals in the Capital Region of Denmark. Along with a number of other hospitals and the University of Copenhagen (the Faculty of Health Sciences), Bispebjerg Hospital forms part of the Copenhagen University Hospital.
Dyrehaven (Danish 'The Deer Park'), officially Jægersborg Dyrehave, is a forest park north of Copenhagen. It covers around 11 square kilometres. Dyrehaven is noted for its mixture of huge, ancient oak trees and large populations of red and fallow deer.
All entrances to the park have a characteristic red gate; one of the most popular entrances is Klampenborg gate, close to Klampenborg station. All the entrance gates have an identical gate house attached to them, which serve as the residences of the forest wardens. Dyrehaven is maintained as a natural forest, with the emphasis on the natural development of the woods over commercial forestry. Old trees are felled only if they are a danger to the public. It has herds of about 2100 deer in total, with 300 Red Deer, 1700 Fallow Deer and 100 Sika Deer. Dyrehaven is also the venue for the Hermitage road race (Eremitageløbet) and the yearly Hubertus hunt(Hubertusjagten) which is held on the first Sunday in November. In former times it was home to the Fortunløbet race, later known as Ermelundsløbet, but this race was discontinued in 1960.
Køge (Danish pronunciation: [ˈkøːə] or [ˈkøːjə], older spelling Kjøge) is a seaport on the coast of Køge Bugt (Bay of Køge) 39 km southwest of Copenhagen. It is the principal town and seat of Køge Municipality, Region Sjælland, Denmark. In 2015, the urban area had a population of 36,424.
Køge is in the Copenhagen metropolitan area and is connected to downtown Copenhagen by the E line of the S-train commuter rail system. Køge is also on a new rail line under construction between Copenhagen and Ringsted, and due for completion in 2018. The new line will make Køge a central hub in Denmark's transport system.
Lille Skensved is a small railway town located in Køge and Solrød municipalities, at the railway line Lille Syd between Roskilde and Køge about 7 kilometres north of Køge. The total population of Lille Skensved is 1,562 (1 January 2015), 1,501 in Køge Municipality and 61 in Solrød Municipality.
Roskilde (Danish pronunciation: [ˈʁʌskilə]), located 30 km (19 mi) west of Copenhagen on the Danish island of Zealand, is the main city in Roskilde Municipality. With a population of 49,297 (as of 1 January 2015), the city is a business and educational centre for the region and the 10th largest city in Denmark. Roskilde is governed by the administrative council of Roskilde Municipality. Joy Mogensen, aSocial Democrat, has been mayor since 2011.
Roskilde has a long history, dating from the pre-Christian Viking Age. Its UNESCO-listed Gothic cathedral, now housing 39 tombs of the Danish monarchs, was completed in 1275, becoming a focus of religious influence until the Reformation. With the development of the rail network in the 19th century, Roskilde became an important hub for traffic with Copenhagen, and by the end of the century, there were tobacco factories, iron foundries and machine shops. Among the largest private sector employers today are the IT firm BEC (Bankernes EDB Central) and GPI (Glim Plastic Industri), specializing in plastics. The Risø research facility is also becoming a major employer, extending interest in sustainable energy to the clean technology sphere. The local university, founded in 1972, the historic Cathedral School, and the Danish Meat Trade College, established in 1964, are educational institutions of note. Roskilde has a large local hospital which has been expanded and modernized since it was opened in 1855. It is now increasingly active in the research sphere. The Sankt Hans psychiatric hospital serves the Capital Region with specialized facilities for forensic psychiatry. (from wikipedia : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roskilde )
official site : http://english.roskilde.dk/
roskilde festival site : http://www.roskilde-festival.dk/
trip guide : http://wikitravel.org/en/Roskilde
Copenhagen airport : http://www.cph.dk/en/
Skælskør is a town in Slagelse municipality on the Danish island of Zealand. The town has a population of 6,532 (1 January 2015). Administratively, the town is in Region Zealand (Region Sjælland) and is home to one of Denmark's largest breweries, the Harboe Brewery.
Historically a harbour for traffic between Zealand and Funen. Korsør became the preferred port when the harbour there was ordered settled. Skælskør Fjord is difficult to navigate, and was one of the last waters in Denmark that legally required a pilot on recreational boats.
Tranekær Slotspark / TICKON site : http://www.visitdenmark.dk/da/danmark/tranekaer-slotspark-tickon-gdk612302
The Waal or Rivier Waal ("Waal River") is the main distributary branch of river Rhine flowing through the Netherlands. Approximately 80 km (50 mi), it is the major waterway connecting the port of Rotterdam toGermany. Before it reaches Rotterdam, it joins with the Afgedamde Maas near Woudrichem to form the Boven Merwede. Along its length, Nijmegen, Tiel, Zaltbommel and Gorinchem are towns of importance with direct access to the river.
The river, which is the main channel in the Rhine–Meuse–Scheldt delta system, carries 65% of the total flow of the Rhine.
Zaltbommel was expanded to its current size on 1 January 1999, by a merger of the municipalities of Brakel, Kerkwijk and Zaltbommel. The municipality is situated in the heart of the Netherlands, close to the A2 Motorway, the railway line from Utrecht to 's-Hertogenbosch and the rivers Waal and Maas.
Zaltbommel official site : http://www.zaltbommel.nl/
Gorinchem [ˈɣɔrkəm] or [ˈɣɔrkʏm], also called Gorkum (), is a city and municipality in the western Netherlands, in the province of South Holland. The municipality covers an area of 21.93 km2 (8.47 sq mi) of which 3.01 km2 (1.16 sq mi) is water. It had a population of 35,271 in 2014.
The municipality of Gorinchem also includes the population centre of Dalem. (From wikipedia)
Gorinchem official site : http://www.gorinchem.nl/
Antwerp has long been an important city in the Low Countries, both economically and culturally, especially before the Spanish Fury (1576) in the Dutch Revolt. The inhabitants of Antwerp are nicknamedSinjoren, after the Spanish honorific señor or French seigneur, "lord", referring to the Spanish noblemen who ruled the city in the 17th century. (from wikipedia)
River Schelde : The headwaters of the Scheldt are in Gouy, in the Aisne department of northern France. It flows north through Cambrai and Valenciennes, and enters Belgium near Tournai. In Ghent, where it receives the Lys, one of its main tributaries, the Scheldt turns east. Near Antwerp, the largest city on its banks, the Scheldt flows west into the Netherlands towards the North Sea.
Originally there were two branches from that point: the Oosterschelde (Eastern Scheldt) and the Westerschelde (Western Scheldt) but in the 19th century the river was cut off from its eastern (actually: northern) branch by a dyke that connects Zuid-Beveland with the mainland (North Brabant). Today the river therefore continues into the Westerschelde estuary only, passing Terneuzen to reach the North Sea between Breskens in Zeeuws-Vlaanderen and Vlissingen (Flushing) on Walcheren.
The Scheldt is an important waterway, and has been made navigable from its mouth up to Cambrai. The port of Antwerp, the second largest in Europe, lies on its banks. Several canals (including theAlbert Canal) connect the Scheldt with the basins of the Rhine, Meuse and Seine, and with the industrial areas around Brussels, Liège, Lille, Dunkirk and Mons.
Link : http://www.visitantwerpen.be/ (official site)