From Marstal to Gothenburg
The shipping museum near the harbour.
The fishing harbour.
Faaborg from the sea.
The marketplace with the old bell tower in the background.
Part of Flensburg as seen from Bibbi II.
The Grosse Strasse with the Marienkirche.
There are many well preserved merchant yards in Flensburg. Neptunhof is one of them.
The Inn in Dyvig.
Middelfart seen from the south. The town is actually on the north side of the cape, but the cape is low so you se much of the houses from the south too.
Algade - the cosy pedestrian street in the town centre.
One of the old streets in Fredricia seen from the rampart towards Lilla Bält.
This is the white watertower on the rampart. It almost looks as it's been a part of the old fortifications - but that's not so. It's built as a watertower in the early 20th century.
Fredricia have suffered from many wars during the centuries, and this is a memorial for the brave common soldier.
The harbour of Ballen at Samsö.
The old tradesman's house at Ballen harbour. There's still a small shop in the house, but most of it is used as a museum.
To get into the harbour of Odense Motorbåtclub you have to get under this low bridge.
Sankt Knuds church.
The H. C. Andersen house.
The old balance-house in Mårup harbour.
Ingrid at Mårup beach.
The old town hall.
Kattegatcentret in Grenå harbour.
Simon Peter's church, close to the harbour.
One of the cosy pedestrian streets.
The city hall.
Hals church is a good landmark, seen widely at sea.
The harbour street with many shops and restaurants.
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