Saturday, February 23, 2008

Copenhagen - Denmark

"Copenhagen Citadel, once an important fortress to protect the Copenhagen citizens from attack, was used to take evening walks. 

King Frederik VII in the mid-19th century was particularly fond of walking the walls with his commoner wife, Countess Danner, and the tradition of walking the walls on Storbededag is said to be his invention - to show himself to the common Danish crowd." - in: Card sent by Dorthe.

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