Ærøskobing Kirke, Fotos, Historic Denmark Church Building Pictures, Danish Architecture Photos
Ærøskobing Arkitektur, Ærø, Danmark
Historic Architecture: Buildings & Public Spaces on this Danish Island
9 Aug 2012
Location: Ærøskobing, Ærø, Danmark
New photos of some key buildings on the island from Aug 2012, © Adrian Welch:
Church in Ærøskobing, located in the north of the island of Ærø:
General views of the traditional buildings in Ærøskobing:
Looking south in the town square in Ærøskobing:
Library building on town square in Ærøskobing:
Ærøskøbing Church at the market square is the third church on that location and on the square are the two old town pumps that supplied the town with water right up until 1952.
The Prior’s house from 1690 is one of the town’s oldest dated buildings. It was purchased and restored in 1917 by Alexis Prior.
The old harbour has been enlarged by a new marina and the beach at Vesterstrand with its colourful little beach huts is only a few minutes’ walk from the town and the harbour.
Architecture photos from 2006:
Ærøskobing Kirke – church:
Ærøskobing Torv – small Square:
Ærøskobing bygning – buildings from the ferry with harbour in foreground:
photo © Adrian Welch, Dec 2006
Location: Ærøskobing, southern Denmark, northern Europe
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