by Teresa Weikmann
The beauty of Aarhus is recently getting worldwide attention. It’s no surprise the widely read travel guide Lonely Planet ranked
The songs are sung, the parties celebrated and the hangovers are cured. But if you still want to wallow in memories of
by Isabelle Bonenkamp
In the rough North of Jutland, where the North Sea and Baltic Sea meet, lies Skagen – the northernmost city
For Teater Refleksion, nothing is impossible.
By Michaela Cavanagh and Teresa Weikmann
Tucked into an unassuming alleyway off of Frederiksgade, hidden from view
With “Shades of Jutland” we’d like to introduce you to the rather small and unknown places in Jutland, afar from the big cities.
With “Shades of Jutland” we introduce you to the rather small and unknown places in Jutland, afar from the big cities. Next stop:
Photos by Teresa Weikmann, words by Alessandro Amato.
Even if the Scandinavian winter is overwhelmingly dark, sunsets still occur. Sometimes we forget how
Here’s another episode of our series about “rather small and unknown places in Jutland, afar from big cities,” also called Shades of Jutland.
This has nothing to do with Star Wars. Or maybe it does, a little. However, the winter, together with the darkness, is coming