CHONGFUOdense is world-renowned for being the hometown of Andersen. For many years, it has been welcoming people of different nationalities and classes from all over the world, and welcoming fans of Andersen's fairy tales and admirers of Andersen. Now a house in the old town of Odense has been converted into a museum, and a large number of works and supplies of Andersen have been collected.
_We***07I read fairy tales written by Andersen as early as when I was in elementary school, so I was quite excited to come here. The environment here is very good, giving people a fairy tale feeling. I wondered if this is the reason why Andersen wrote it. Such a beautiful fairy tale.
M49***70Funen Village-Funen Island Open Air Museum, located in an old building complex. These are rural buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries that were later rebuilt into a complete village. It looks like a small village inside, with corrals, duck ponds, apple trees and gardens. It presents the original Danish life style, just like a complete picture of rural life. Come here to visit not only to experience Danish rural life, but also to participate in and get close to nature and animals. The attitude of living in harmony with nature expressed by Denmark can be seen in Yingfei Village.
m34***49After learning about Andersen's life at the Andersen House Museum, we felt that this puppet was very similar to his own temperament. In front of the small stage of the performance, the lights are blurred and dreamy, and you will find a beautiful fairy tale world when you walk in.
齐步走123The O'Fate Cruise is especially worth the ride and experience. The cruise itself is very beautiful and quite comfortable and the sights to which the cruise goes are very beautiful and see a lot of landmarks
Wonderful to see the birthplace and more than 200 years old house of famous Danish Poet "Hans Christian Andersen" in the town of Odense, Denmark 🇩🇰 Beautiful and "Hyggeligt" despite the rainy Winter weather 😊
Finally, come to the Children's Cultural House - Fire Gate Experience Hall, where you will fall in love with this fantasy world built on Andersen's fairy tales, where you can enjoy, dress, perform and fantasize.
five tickets for 135 Danish kroner.
1.2 to 6.14 weekend 10:00 to 16:00
6.15 to 9.15 every day from 10:00 to 17:00
9.16 to 12.30 weekend from 10:00 to 16:00
The third stop is to the Museum of History and Culture, where the ancient Laozi and the beautiful courtyard are the representative buildings of the Andersen period. The entire museum displays the development of Funen Island from ancient times to today in a kaleidoscope, including an exhibition of the medieval period of Odense, and special exhibitions of archaeological discoveries and contemporary historical subjects.
Come to the History Museum and be sure to visit the Children's Museum, where you built a 19th-century town with hens, pumps, costumes and other fun facilities, while remembering to visit histotoriet, one A museum of real, creative exhibitions where everything can be stirred and tested.
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 it comes to Denmark, the first thing that comes to mind is the fairy tale. Denmark is really a country full of fairy tales. Why do Danes write fairy tales like this? They used to live in a fairy tale world. This is probably a fairy tale filled with Danes.
When I was a child, I often read "Little Girl Selling Matches", "The Daughter of the Sea", "The Ugly Duckling", etc., all from Andersen's pen, so when I came to Denmark, how can I miss Andersen's hometown - Odense? It. Odense is Denmark's third largest city, more than 90 kilometers from the capital, Copenhagen, and the capital of Finland's second largest island, Funen. Not only is the hometown of the famous fairy tale writer Andersen, it is full of fairy tales and one of the happiest cities in the world.
Ouden has a long history and nearly 1000 years of history. It was built on March 18, 988. It celebrated the 1000th anniversary of the founding of the city in 1988 and was named "Millennium Forest" to celebrate the founding of the city. 1000th anniversary.
Odense is not far from Copenhagen. It takes about two hours to get there by Euro. There are also many trains to and from Copenhagen. One-day trips are very suitable.
Odense is the hometown of Andersen! The street in Figure 1 is the location of the house where Andersen lived as a child! It is a street with hundreds of years of history! The
Andersen Museum is surrounded by a small lake and the environment is very quiet. It is a detailed introduction to the life of Andersen, writing various manuscripts of fairy tales, even the love letters he wrote to his beloved woman. Andersens bed when he was a child was very small, and there were abrasive tools for making shoes.
Andersen loves paper-cutting, and there are places for children and parents to try to cut paper at the exit of the museum. Many museums in Denmark have such an area where children can learn about history from interesting practices.
Here is the hometown of Andersen, a quiet and peaceful city.
Looking at Andersen's fairy tale as a child, I imagined that I could enter the fairy tale world and embrace those cute and interesting characters.
Today in Odense, I really walked into the world of fairy tales. Under the leadership of Andersens grandfather, I met the pea princess, the mermaid, etc., and had a big dream.
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Address: The home of Andersen in the city of Odense in central Fife, Denmark
Odense is the place that best reflects fairy tales. The Andersen Museum shows the world all the life and work before the poem. The ancient poet museum (with Chinese guide).
The lines drawn outside the house wall are all twisted and twisted, and the whole building is also awkward, the feeling of the fairy tale world. It is very suitable for aerial photography (the city of Denmark is not allowed to fly in the name of the city, but if you hide the hidden points, it does not matter.)
The exhibits in the museum seem to bring me back to the time when Andersen originally created his works. We can understand Andersen and see his distinctive appearance and thoughts. There are also many paintings and works of art by Andersen.
's former residence is a one-story building with six or seven houses. It used to live in six or seven households. Andersen only lived in one of them. The rooms are small and very low, and the big ones will not be bowed and will be rejected. The house was very simple, the rough windows and doors kept the old look of the early 19th century. Now the house has been connected. The wall is inlaid with a large glass cabinet. It displays Andersens manuscripts, letters, fairy tale publishing contracts, related characters, portraits, etc. Precious information. Through these materials, you can have a general understanding of Andersen's life creation, life and other major activities. These materials are numerous, extensive, and well preserved. All materials are available in Danish and English.