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Denmark. Illustrated and embellished with views of the world's famous places and people, being the identical discourses delivered during the past eighteen years under the title of the Stoddard lectures.

TitleDenmark - John L. Stoddard's Lectures
AuthorJohn L. Stoddard
PublisherNorwood Press
Year1901
Copyright1901, John L. Stoddard
AmazonJohn L. Stoddard's Lectures 13 Volume Set
-Denmark
Denmark. Is the most oddly shaped country in the world. One-half of it is a peninsula, the other half an archipelago. The former juts out almost at right angles from the coast of central Europe, cu...
-Denmark. Part 2
On Viking Waters. The Wind-Swept Baltic. I hope so, said the gentleman, nervously, but one never knows. It can be quiet as a mill pond, and it can be terrible. In winter, I was once out twent...
-Denmark. Part 3
A Rustic Church. Dragon Tower Of The Exchange. Clean Streets And Picturesqu E Canals. The Danes are very fond of excursions. Never have I seen such an immense popular exodus of pleasure-seeke...
-Denmark. Part 4
The Harbor Of Copenhagen. Commercial Activity. Thorwaldsen is the glory of Copenhagen, and toward the two buildings of that city made famous by his genius the traveler soon wends his way. One of...
-Denmark. Part 5
The Thorwaldsen Museum. Summer. Winter. The interior of the Museum is admirable in that it carries out, as far as possible, the master's wish that each room should contain only one statue, with...
-Denmark. Part 6
Thorwaldsen's grave. Thorwaldsen's Ganymede And The Eagle. An interesting excursion from Copenhagen brought me one day in half an hour to Roskilde, the former capital of Denmark, and the residen...
-Denmark. Part 7
A Reception Room In The Royal Palace. The Palace Square, Copenhagen. A Danish Country Seat. A Danish Village. The Stork Fountain. In 1886 a royal order was necessary to empower the minist...
-Denmark. Part 8
In The Deer Park. Statue Of Hans Christian Andersen. Two palaces in Copenhagen, known as Rosenborg and Amalienborg, stand in striking contrast to each other. The former was from the fifteenth to t...
-Denmark. Part 9
A Corner In The Old Glyptothek. Frederiksborg Castle. In a lovely section of country, only a few miles distant from the Danish capital, stand two castles, whose names, Frederiksborg and Fredensb...
-Denmark. Part 10
The Museum, as was natural on such an occasion, was visited all day long by crowds of patriotic Danes; and, after having once more made the round of its apartments, I spent the summer afternoon enscon...
-Denmark. Part 11
Alexandra. On The Oeresund. Saxon and Norman and Dane are we, But all of us Danes in our welcome of thee, she has so endeared herself to the British people, that the title which they have love...
-Denmark. Part 12
Winter In Northern Europe. A Pure White Winding Sheet. A trip in one of the little boats that several times a day glide up and down the Sound is thoroughly delightful. It is like sailing on Lake...
-Denmark. Part 13
Hamlet's terrace, Kronborg. Hamlet's grave. Kronborg, however, calls to mind more memories than those of maritime control. Close to its moat, and dominated by its guns, lies Elsinore, the home o...
-Denmark. Part 14
The Tower Beneath Which Holgek Danske Sleeps. Leaving Kronborg For Sweden....









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