Germany, Bornholm and Sweden : a quick resumé of a three week tour

Where to begin? Where to begin? I arrived home on Wednesday after my wonderful visit to Germany and Scandinavia and now comes the hardest part – sifting through photographs and deciding which to include and which to discard.

Here is just a taster selection and I hope to expand on some of the visits and walks during the next couple of weeks.

At Buddenbrooks House, Lübeck

Ernst Barlach’s (1870-1938) ‘The Reader’ 1936 at Museum Behnhaus Drägerhaus, Lübeck

Small Museum about the border post that existed formerly between East and West Germany

Pretty Street in Boizenburg

Relaxing in a “Strandkorb”

Small Zicker from Big Zicker

The Famous Chalk Cliffs Coast of the Jasmund National Park

A Typical Rügen Tree-Lined Allee

Ancient Stone Circle Nobbin

Arriving by Ferry at Rønne, Bornholm

The Bornholm Art Museum

Hammershus Castle, Bornholm

Typical Bornholm Round Church (Olsker)

Dueodde Lighthouse on the southernmost tip of Bornholm

Art Nouveau in Ystad, Sweden

Ale’s Stone Ship near Kåseberga, Sweden

Rock Carvings near Simrishamn, Sweden

Kivik’s Grave

Lund Cathedral

Fascinating Exhibition at Lund Historical Museum

And a well-earned Amsterdam Interlude on the journey home :

 

6 comments on “Germany, Bornholm and Sweden : a quick resumé of a three week tour

  1. queenbreaca says:

    What a clever selection of photogenic places! Wish I had already sifted through my shots, especially those from Ruegen. And did you really have cucumber sandwiches in Amsterdam? Best wishes from your travel companion, Baerbel

  2. Fran says:

    Certainly a trip to remember. You saw so much, good luck with the photo sifting!

  3. ms6282 says:

    Looking forward to reading the reports from this fantastic trip. Great photos as a taster!

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