After visiting the Andersen Museum, the corner came to the birthplace of Andersen. Located in the poorest yellow corner of Odense at the time, it was the birthplace of Andersen. He was born in 1805 as a poor family of shoemakers and laundry women. Although he was born humble, it did not affect his work widely spread around the world and became one of the greatest writers in the world.
The yellow corner room where Andersen was born. The small house has two floors in total. The interior is simple, although it looks very broken, but it also gave birth to Andersen, a great writer. In his life, he not only created 156 fairy tales, but also included 14 novels, 50 dramatic works, thousands of poems and a large number of biographies.
When I was young, I saw Andersens fairy tale. I felt that after reading many of his stories, there was always a faint pain in my heart. Later, when I grew up, I went back and looked at it, but it was full of sentimentality. These childhood fairy tales, when you look at them now, can inadvertently let your tears fall. The reason why Andersen can write such a fairy tale, in his hometown of Denmark, Odense, can find the answer.
Odden still retains many buildings in the Andersen era. Here, not only can you find traces of Andersen, but you can also recall from your familiar fairy tales what you used to be. Leave in this wonderful memory.