Monday, January 3, 2011

DENMARK ~The Latin Quarter~

What a great start of a new postcard year, hopefully the beginning of lots more...! Got already tree wonderful cards from soooo different places!
The street of the world-famous Danish fairytale writer, H.C.Andersen (1805-1875).I grew up with his stories...the princess and the pea, the little mermaid, the ugly duckling... Thank you very much Edna and my Best Wishes to you too!! :D:D
A view from Singapore, an impressive city.... Thanks Lily for sending it to my during one of your travels!! Happy Newyear!! :D:D
And from Europe, Bulgaria a great nature view!!

Sooo cute stamp...Its my second one from this serie!

Latin Quarter is a neighborhood that is more than 500 years old. Built around the University of Copenhagen, which has since moved to the outskirts of the city, the Latin Quarter is named for the Latin language that was used by scholars in the Middle Ages. Its tiny streets are filled with second-hand bookstores, trendy boutiques, eclectic music stores, jazz clubs, and a candy factory that offers tours of its facility.

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