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Transcript of Esbjerg
in Denmark. there are over 200 shops and
there is always a lot of people walking a-
round having fun, and of course shopping.
Sometimes there are held some activities
such as concerts, late night shopping etc.. in November - February in the middle of the walking street you can go ice skating. The swim stadium Denmark The swim stadium Denmark is
Denmark's biggest swim stadium In the swim stadium Denmark
you can do a lot of things,
like trying the water slide,
the wave pool, the roman bath
and the diving board.
There are also often held competitions . The water slide The wave pool The roman bath The diving board Esbjerg`s youth school What does the youth school do for you ?!
1. It helps young people with their self-esteem and reach their potential
2. They make it easier to meet new people
3. They have awesome activities like counter strike, cheer leading (with gold chicks), DJ, skiing trips to Norway and help with school like extra math and English this is our counter-strike teacher. His name is Thomas and he is one of the most awesome and badass teachers at the youth school!!!! there are an play graound and fish you can touch some times its different opening time in fiskerimuseet for children its free to get in and adults must pay 95 dainish krone to get in you must pay if you are over 17, you can eat there and you can make a picnic. The Music Conservatory of Esbjerg the concert hall is considered as
one of the bests halls for acoustic
music in Europe A lot of jazz musicians have performed in the Music consevatory of Esbjerg This is the Tobacco The Tobacco is a famous place were many Danish performers can peform:
- The Storm.
- Outlandish. L.O.C The story of the Tobacco
- The Tobacco was built in 1896.
- The Tobacco was originally a tobacco factory.
- But it changed to a venue in 1993
- The Tobacco is the 2nd. biggest venue in Denmark. Arrangements
The Tobacco is not only a music scene its also a
- Kickboxing place.
- and every year they have Christmas dinners. A ferry from Esbjerg to Fanoe The Fanoe ferry It takes 12 minutes The price The price for a child is 20 Danish crowns, And the price for a adult is 40.
You can take your car with you for 400 Danish crowns and a bike cycle for 100. Morning Every morning lots of people from Fanoe
take the ferry to work in Esbjerg. This is the ferry This is Soenderho, its doesnt take cars Summer on Fanoe Fanoe beach The ferry to England. The ferry to England sails from
Esbjerg to Harwich, and the
trip takes 18 hours. The ferry has restaurants and a cafe.
And also a couple of shops where you can buy everything from perfumes to books and candy. Kids also need to have a little fun,
and on the ferry there is a place for
them too. Blue Water Arena is a football arena Year built: 1955
Recently renovated: 2008-2009
Wheelchair spaces: 16
Press Sleeps 28
Total capacity: 17,172
Court Size: 105 m x 68 m
Lighting system: 1,200 lux This is Blue Water Arena This is the 4th biggest stadium in Denmark Denmark's national team has played here. Marbæk Plantation It's a beautiful Forest Area Near The Beach Near many lakes Marbæk Plantation. Today Marbæk Plantation is owned by Esbjerg community. It’s a good place to have class tours with your school. You can sleep there and there is a house where you can search shelter. In the house you can also eat your lunch. There are benches and tables outside where you can eat too There is a big place with trees where u can climb up the trees or just have fun with your friends. If you go longer out you can find sheep’s, cows and chicken's. In the Marbæk Plantation there is also a story about a troll. The trolls live in a little place in the forest He has a hammock where he sleep’s and a little chair and a table. There is a big forest too where you can search mushrooms and funny trees to climb in. There also live a lot of owls in Marbæk Plantation, and many other animals. You can also find many interesting stones Esbjerg port this is the fanoe ferry this ship sailed from Esbjerg to Fanoe this is Esbjerg port this is Valsemoellen in Esbjerg port Esbjerg port
Esbejrg port have since 1868 been a big harbour transport and have trade with Denmark and rest of the world. The new way to Esbjerg port open 21 June – a half year before. The plan was at the way first should be open last in December in this year. You can sailed to Fanø and England. We have many drilling rigs. Esbjerg port have almost in 40 years be a base port for oil and gas activities in Denmark this is another picture of Esbjerg port Sønderho søndeho is the most beautyful village in Denmark. There are 300 house in the city they have many sand dunes. 100 years ago there were only trees. They have one big beach you can find a lot of amber and stone. It’s nice to walk on the beach.many people come to fanø to bathe there are 277 inhabbitens they have littel candy stores. You can take your kites and fly with them on the beach.
there are many campsites. EFB it's at football team in Denmark.
And a very god team. EFB has also have a national team player.
And we are very proud! This is the team. (we support towards new goals) This is Lukas Hradecky. He is goal keeper for EFB.
he plays on the national team, in Finland. There is only one liga in Denmark, SAS liga also called Super liga. This is our most famous player in EFB Jesper Lange number: 22 Here is one of the most famus goals in EFB The Main Library. In Esberg. This is an example of the library inside. It's two floors, got an elevator, a lot of computers and a café. The library in Esberg on Noerregade 19 is the biggest library in Esberg. You might dont know what she's talking about, but its just about the food in the café, not anything important. The library is seperated in age groups, a part for the children where they can play. Another group for the teenagers and a group for adults. In Esbjerg, Denmark The four white men. Facts: The 4 white men are 9 meters high.
They are made by: Svend Wiig Hansen.
They were made in 1995, and
inspired by the Easter islands monoliths. The four white men are four big statues. They face the sea. One of them have 4 toes and one have 6! A lot of people always visit the four white men. This is inside the music house
of Esbjerg. The music house contains a large hall with 1,121 seats and over 400 m2 stage, a small theater and concert hall with 233 seats and a lobby scene, lecture hall, meeting rooms and café Tone Art. The British singer and songwriter James Blunt
has been to the musichouse of Esbjerg and has
performed a brilliant performance , on wednesday
the 8th of February . In connection with a major
ongoing tour around the world. The music house of Esbjerg produces annually
setting for 250 to 300 cultural and business
events. Annual attendance is about. 135,000
visitors. The music house has been designed by
Jørn and Jan Utzon .
The music house of Esbjerg was built
in November 1997 opened its doors to the
8,000 m2 building. The Opera House of Sydney ,
has also been designed by the
Danish architect Jørn Utzon. BICYCLE CULTURE Copenhagen is world famous for its biking culture and now officially the first Bike City in the World. Last year, it was also voted the ‘Best city for cyclists’ and the ‘World’s most liveable city’. The Danes are well known for their love of cycling and cities all around the world are now looking at ways to copy this phenomenon. It really is biking heaven for the cyclist in Copenhagen with over 390 kilometres of designated bike lanes. Cycling is such an ingrained part of Danish culture that we hardly think about it. Most children can cycle by the time they start school. Cycling to kindergarten The Danish cycle-culture is as old as the bicycle itself. Copenhageners have used bicycles to transport themselves to work since the 1880s. Back then, commuting by bike was the fastest, easiest and most environmentally friendly way to move around the city – and it still is Copenhagen: Bike city for more than a century
In the 1960s, cars were threatening to displace bicycles in the main Danish cities. But the oil crisis, the environmental movement and a couple of controversial road projects reversed the trend. This is however just part of the story behind why Danes still cycle so much How Denmark became a cycling nation In Denmark there are over 10,000 km of cycle routes
- The city-bike – the world’s first free bicycle scheme was launched in Copenhagen in 1995
- Today, 37 per cent of Copenhageners cycle to work and the target is 50 per cent by 2015 Did you know Præstegårdsskolen Our school Ole Denmark's happiest students Our headmaster What our building looks like:D Ribe. the oldest existing Danish town, it is in southwest Jutland and has a population of 8,187. The town has many well-preserved old buildings, Ribe Cathedral, and about 110 houses are under Heritage Protection. Denmark's oldest town hall is found on the town's Von Støckens Plads. The building was erected in 1496, and was purchased by the city for use as a town hall in 1709. Cultural and environmental features. There are numerous cultural and environmental features of Ribe. Among the cultural highlights are notable churches and museums. The flora and fauna, while depleted in large part from the man-made development and surrounding agricultural land conversion, retain notable aspects of the natural environment. The Ribe River flows through town and hosts certain elements of riparian habitat. Ribe Viking Museum. The museum Ribes Vikinger is beautifully situated in central Ribe overlooking the river of Ribe Å.
At the very location of the first Scandinavian town founded approximately in the year 700, the history of Ribe from the Viking Age through the Middle Ages down to the year 1700 is told.
The museum presents thousands of findings and reconstructed environments from Ribe in the Viking Age and the Middle Ages. Vestkraft Vestkraft is a modern power plant, it burn a lot of coal every day, which then becomes the electricity for us. Vestkraft is about 250 meters high and can therefore be seen from a long distance.