Steffe from Haninge suggested in a comment in december a monthly photo of the old city hall in Roskilde from the same position. It should have been 21th. January, but the shot is from a cold, foggy day a few days later. See all Old City Hall Roskilde.
Yesterday I showed the other end of Lille Magekildestræde. Walking through you see Maglekilde.
It means large spring. The spring springs - if I can say so - in the little building you pass on your way. Roskilde Cathedral is seen in the background.
Just a few more impressions from the childrens super selling experience in Roskilde. The children learn to let go some of the things they would like to play with at a little younger age, but it might be difficult to let go...
The first post about this event was just before this one.
Twice a year kids from Roskilde are selling playthings they don't need any more. As you see at this shot from Algade, many people are at the Horse Market (Hestetorvet) with the Roskilde Jars and Station in the background. This is from Sept. 5th, 2010.
The snow has caused many traffic problems in Roskilde. The cars could not move. Last sunday it was not the snow causing the problems, but the first day of the "on sale" of many of the things not sold before Christmas. Too many cars were on their way to the modern cathedral called Ro's Torv. There were also too many people inside the shoppingscenter, which is the large building seen far away at the photo.
I am living between Roskilde and Køge, at the southern border of Roskilde municipality. Some days I go to Roskilde, some others to Køge. I have decided to expand this blog also to show photos from Køge.