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.
Musta1On one side is an ancient ship that records history, and on the other is a workshop that preserves shipbuilding skills. There are also various boats docked on the pier, sitting on the shore, blowing the sea breeze, which is very pleasant. The tickets are also very cheap, so don't miss it when you come to travel. Looking at these ancient ships can remind you of the time when the Vikings were all-powerful.
乖小咪Roskilde Church belongs to the world's material cultural heritage. This church building combines Gothic and Romanesque architectural styles. It is the place where the Danish royal family was buried after death. There are many sarcophagi and statues of kings and queens stored in the church. The atmosphere of the church is very solemn, but it is still a bit dark, and interested friends can come here to visit.
老鹰在飞翔Egeskov Slot is located in the southern part of Funen, the second largest island in Denmark. Built in 1554, it is the best-preserved Renaissance-style waterside castle in Europe. It takes 2.5 kilometers to reach the castle from Kværndrup station. The entrance fee to the castle is really expensive. Tickets for one student and one student cost RMB 400.