Odense is the birthplace of Andersen. There are two former childhood residences of Andersen. One was when he was a baby, and the other was when he was a teenager. The two former residences were not far apart. They are all very ordinary one-storey houses with relatively simple furnishings, which shows that Andersen's family is not very wealthy.
Andersen's former childhood residence is a small yellow house. In this small exhibition room of Andersen's former childhood residence, the impression of Andersen's childhood in Odense was introduced. Superstition prevailed in the Middle Ages. Andersen's mother instilled this superstition into young Andersen. Andersen's father was a rational and free-thinking man. His greatest regret in his life was that he couldn't go to school and was forced to become a shoemaker. He didn't want Andersen to repeat the same mistake. Therefore, no matter how unrealistic Andersen's dream was, he encouraged his son to pursue it. It is in such a living environment that Andersen's imagination began to grow. When he was alone at home, he often staged his fantastic stories in his little puppet theater. At this time, his imagination can stretch infinitely. Everything he sees and hears can be staged in his own puppet show. This family, which he lived in as a child, later became the source of material and inspiration in his works. Although the family is small and poor, it is full of love, which makes Andersen's childhood happy when he looks back on his life. This former childhood residence is also called the back garden in Andersen's fairy tales.
Take a look at Andersen's former residence and experience the living environment of the author of stories known to children all over the world.
The yellow hut in the picture is Andersen's former residence in his childhood. It is not allowed to enter. It can only be seen outside. The lanes along the way are clean and tidy. There are several souvenir shops opposite the former residence, which are closed on Sunday morning, and let us catch up.
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When you come to Odense, you always come to Andersen's former residence. Broadly speaking, it refers to the whole former residence Museum area, narrowly speaking, it refers to the small house where Andersen lived in his childhood. The famous writer spent his time here between the ages of 2 and 14.
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