Today me and a mate ( fellow member - Hviid ) had planned a road trip down south to cover some places - and we did - sadly however the weather turned very cloudy so most of the areas was postponed to another day..
It wasn't completely fruitless though, so here's a bit from today..
Located in the southern part of Zealand you find this old home to Kings and Queens..
Vordingborg used to be home to one of Denmark's largest castles back in the 12th century
Sadly there's almost only ruins left now with the exception of a pretty cool tower
Dannebro - the world's oldest national flag
Old castle walls..
The Gåsetårn from 1362 - only part still intact
The area around the ruins..
The habour from where the King's fleet could easily reach most of the Kingdom should it be needed
Castle wall ruin
The area around the castle ruins
The church from 1388
Cute little critters
The church up close..
That's about it - and I will be the first to say that this does not do the city justice, but the clouds rolled in and we desided to move north so what is left will have to wait for another day..
What I can say is that I found it a very nice place with the lovely lush nature and great setting..