Discovering and photographing the unknown beauty of Europe
To be honest, before I met The Viking, I thought that Denmark was a boring country, with dull buildings, hardly any museums and boring people. If you have been following this blog for some time now, you know that I have changed my mind completely.
Even in the utmost north of Jutland, in a town such as Skagen, you will find bright yellow houses. And although I have explored some regions of Denmark, the warm colors of the houses and the bright colors of spring and summer still amaze and charm me.
Rudkøbing in Langeland is no exception:
Earlier this year, we had already passed Rudkøbing, but The Viking decided it was better to visit it in spring or summer. According to him, sunshine goes better with the colorful houses. I thought he was exaggerating, but since the weather was cold, windy and rainy, I agreed with him.
I have to admit: he wasn’t exaggerating. On a cultural level, Rudkøbing has little to offer. But just like Troense, it has a certain charm. The center of town is known for its old colorful buildings. And they indeed form a beautiful contrast with the deep blue sky. And as you might have expected, we went to the harbor as well.
Here are the other pictures!