2010-04-12

Ribe

Ribe

We have been in Ribe this weekend, and I shall show a few photos today and tomorrow. Ribe is situated in West-Jutland (270 km from Roskilde) and is the oldest danish town - 1300 years in 2010. You can read more at Ribe 1300. We stayed at Ribe-Byferie.

Ribe Cathedral

This is Ribe Cathedral. The plan was to walk to the top of the tower and enjoy the view of the surroundings, but - the church was closed because a concert should take place.

7 comments:

Dina said...

The buildings are beautiful.
A city 1300 years old, wow.

Ellen said...

Jeg har med stor fornøjelse læst din brokkasse og ville lægge en kommentar derovre. Det kunne jeg imidlertid ikke - har du slået kommentarfunktionen fra, eller er det mig, der er tungnem?

Men du får så kommentaren her, (hvor den er temmelig irrelevant): jeg stornød som nævnt dine sproglige observationer.
Vi er vist efterhånden nogle stykker, der via blogland lufter vores irritationer over andres skriftlige udgydelser :-)

B SQUARED said...

Looks like there were various stages of construction on the church.

Bill said...

What a beautiful town.

T. Becque said...

I love streets like this!

Leif Hagen said...

Wonderful photos of Ribe! I'm surprised how the addition onto the cathedral in red bricks doesn't blend in better?

Lucka said...

What a beautiful architecture! Old cathedral and street - great shots.