I went to Kulturen today. It´s the open air museum in Lund.
I haven´t been there in ages. There are really, really, old buildings, and houses with the original furniture and things so you can see how people lived “back in the day”. I took quite a few photos today, so I will be posting pics from there for the next couple of days probably.
I´m starting with a couple of details from interiors, one from an old church, and one from somebodys house.
I´m sorry if I don´t write any historical details or anything, it´s not really my bag, I just like the eye-candy.
This must be the worst photo of Domkyrkan ever.
I can´t for the Life of me find my other ones.
I have a lot of pics of that Church, I must have backed them up somewhere and forgotten to name them.
Oh well… It´s a good thing I don´t take myself very seriously.
By popular request (by 1 person, you know who you are, ha) I am posting another side of Domkyrkan.
Not the front because I can´t find it. Yet. I have to learn to name my folders better.
My Pictures usually don´t have many people in them, because I don´t want to post pics of people who might not want to be posted, but if you´re going to sit outside this Church, you are going to get your picture taken, that´s just a fact.
This is part of one side, this building is huge and it´s not easy to photograph. The statue of the kind of creepy guy with a cape is a priest, his name is Henric Schartau, he is buried in Norra Kyrkogården. ( I have posted a couple of pictures of that graveyard before, but not his grave, since I didn´t even know he was buried there until I checked him out on Wikipedia).
I will post the front as soon as I can find it.
I was thinking about never posting a picture of this building.
It´s Domkyrkan, The Dome church. It´s the most photographed building in Lund I´m sure, I mean everybody takes pictures of it all the time, and they pretty much all look the same, so I thought I wouldn’t add to the masses.
But this is part of the back of it, people photograph the back too, but not as much maybe.