They’ll make fun of you; they’ll think you’re desperate. What men want of course, is the same thing that has produced a world population currently approaching 7 billion.Most women want the same thing, although they’d probably like it to last longer than three minutes.Long ago, before I ever thought of living here, a Danish woman told me that her country was a place with a lot of sex but not very much love.
The blue benches are a symbol of the sea and eternity, whereas the red colour on altar and pulpit are suggestive of Christ's Blood and Coat - and is also the colour of love.The triptych was painted by the maritime and Greenland painter Carl Rasmussen in 1881 and depicts Christ calming the storm on the Lake of Genezareth. The church was enlarged by a transept in 1772 and by a steeple in 1920, erected on the occasion of the reunion of North Slesvig with Denmark.The medieval baptismal font was erected in 1870 and originates from Tranderup Church and replaced a movable font on a wooden tripod.My grandparents once told me that they met outside a Depression-era dance hall, since my unemployed grandmother didn’t have the 10 cents necessary to get in, but maybe I just didn’t hear the whole story. Here is what I have learned: in Denmark, it is bad manners to ask a girl to dance, but it is good manners to get very drunk, make sure she is drunk too, and ask her to come back to your place.
She will quite likely say yes, if only in a misguided audition for the role of girlfriend, leaving you both a little sad and bitter the next morning.Yet you see Danish men and women in parks in the summer, sitting alone on blankets, or in cafes in the winter surrounded by their buddies or girlfriends with their hair carefully gelled, lonely and horny but contemptous of anyone who dares to approach.The icebreaker of course, is alcohol, and I have little doubt that if it vanished from the Earth tomorrow Danes would never reproduce.The church has a Frobenius organ from 1973, expanded in 1995 to a total of 16 stops. In 1870, Professor Jørgen Roed painted the altarpiece that shows Christ on the Cross and the Virgin Mar...Ommel Church Ommel Church is the youngest among the Ærø churches: it was consecrated on 6th May 1894 and drawn by Architect N. It was erected as a chapel of ease for Marstal Church... Ærøskøbing Church Ærøskøbing Church was built 1756-58 and replaced a ramshackle church from the Middle Ages.Both the small hunting seat and the farm buildings stand on small islands with a 5-6m tall stone glacis.