Outdoor Experiences 2022

Top of Denmark, Baltic Sea and North Sea

Here some notes about my outdoor experiences 2021/22. I will start with a list of places I have visited and enrich it later. Astonishing how different every place is. In general people are very friendly and help me, since they know it is the mechanisms of their governments causing pains and homelesness. Denmark is the eigth country I am offended by the german government. Obviously I have a lifelong contract with their populist media, fighting for reach and feeling threatened by online activities of non media (reach in Denmark). According to my understanding Margarethe Vestager is the person in the European Union responsible for companies, their relationships, power and goals, and in charge of to encourage or prevent those pains for industries.

Here a resume of what happened: While being in Moscow in 2010, I wrote neutrally about the news of Kremlin, and that Russia was not glad with price negotiations with Europe. So suddenly my 94 years old aunt, I had in custodianship died in Germany, while I was in Moscow.

From 2011 to 2013 I was working for free as a docent for a private University, run by the Ministry of Education of North Rhine Westphalia, from the heritage of the above mentioned killed person. Obviously I should have tought politics, macroeconomics and finance to get a job, but was engaged for new media and innovation. How about tariffs on innovative products from the US and China? During this time Volksbank Stuttgart sold one of my properties in Schorndorf (Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany) for that.

In 2013 I was kicked out of Germany returning from a journey to the baltic sea, since I wrote that those states are of course in competition with other countries due to price and loan differences, and are preparing for growth. How should you think about that, when you buy a product? Should you carry the actual balance of trade of your state with you? Unfortunately even then you have no idea about the fuzzy value chain of products in our globalized world. Since I am in Denmark now, to say it with Gitte should you sing “I want it all” for Denmark, but what if danish people sing that for Germany, should you sing “I lost all in the casino” or “I am strong“?

After an odysee through the Netherlands, Belgium, France and the UK, where I was tortured by german biotechnology I hoped to get rid of it in Switzerland 2014. There I was attacked by some swiss people and the swiss police for my sister Ute Gallus, due to religious reasons. She got divorced unguiltily (name right of Swizerland) from a pennyless catholic swiss citizen in 1987, she aquired swiss nationality by in 1983 (former family law of Switzerland), after they found out she could not get any children after an illegal abortion in her youth (at the age of 15 years in 1975) in the Netherlands from a croatian man, nobody knew cause she did not tell anybody. To blame somebody it was obviously her mother, and her bad education, who did not tell her what to do with her body. In 1996 they took her back to Germany and withdrew her swiss citizenship. There she refused contact with her mother and insisted in the neglect by her, so they diagnosed her with psychosis. Since her former catholic husband is not paying for her, it is the swiss and german healthcare paying her due to the psychosis against her mother.

During my time in Switzerland a german destitute from Schleswig-Holstein sued me for having an oral work and tenancy agreement with me in Cologne as a revenge for having engaged east european people for old peoples care of the above mentioned aunt I had in custodianship and wanted money for doing nothing due to an infinite psychiatric diagnosis. She claimed to have special monetary rights as a german citizen with me. Those legal trials of her against me took all courts (labor, civil, customs, social insurance) six years, while I was attacked also by Switzerland with children, sometimes swiss (obviously expensive swiss products) sometimes black (obviously I also wanted to exploit the thirld world, or did not want to pay taxes). Obviously the strategy of both countries is different, in Germany it is the poor having most rights, in Switzerland a not exactely defined religious community with children at the first priority. What I have experienced rationally, is that children are always politically instrumentalized by their parents and in doubt also fight against each other. In Germany I met children against the right (pro foreigners), the left (against nationalitsts or conservatives) and the greens (they blame for restrictions), never against money. Rationally regarded countries deal with people also for political reasons, economical reasons only in the second place. The parties protecting them, want to be somehow. Deutsche Bank Mannheim sold one real estate property in Fuessen (Bavaria, Germany) while being in Switzerrland (formally illegal, when being abroad). Obviously they need exports, I am personally not responsible for.

Kicked out of Switzerland in 2019 in handcuffs since I refused to work for free for old people in Swizerland for more than two years as an alternative for laying and begging in the streets, my third bank PSD Bank Rhein-Neckar-Saar sold my property in Cologne (Northrhine-Westphalia, Germany). Obviously they are rather in the left spectrum and have a problem with political deaths, I did not cause. They kept the sales revenues for penalty interest and moved all my belongings to my 87 year old mother Marga Weihler in Germany, who was forced to pay for that, and kicked me out of her house in january 2021 without a single piece of clothes or cent, since I refused to work for free for her, the populist party blackmailed me to, as already swiss conservatives. By the way, while I had to beg in the streets in Switzerland, she did a cruise to the baltic sea inklusive St. Petersburg. Obviously she was not offended by germans, swiss or russians. When she kicked me out of her house, without any property, the police of Baden-Wuerttemberg (state sovereignty) brought me to a mental hospital and then to a homeless asylum in her city after I was completely expropriated by populists and conservatives. Of course the other homless people (political agents) got agressive against me, due to financial reasons, I did not tell them about (neuropsychological mechanisms of populist party). When I told an unknown german little girl that I am not interested in her lifestyle, she went to the police and I had to pay a fine of 500 Euros. Imagine this situation at another time in history. Maybe somebody should tell the voters and their representatives, that there is something like tax classes and I payed the most, since I am not married and have no children. Commerzbank, holding some of my share deposits transmitted them to Volksbank Stuttgart without asking me. Volksbank Stuttgart is refusing to talk to me despite I have cooperative shares with them, since they are obviously only talking to the richest of their clients, of course against their coperative and banking law. The property of my mother is from my grandfather and father, who died in 1976, not from her family, and all my posessions belong now to her daughter with childhood neglect, abortion, no school graduation and life long psychosis. Needless to say that Kreissparkasse Waiblingen where I also had a monetary reserve booked all my savings out, while being in Switzerland. The only bank which is still talking to me and not my relatives or advocats is Baden-Wuerttembergische Bank, unfortunately I have only 100 Euros there. So please compare the political risk of your nationality and host state with other risks you are faced with. Also a question of applied technologies, and international penalty law, religions also have different opinions about. In some cases real estate in Germany is as dangerous as travelling to Switzerland for some political reasons.

There is no general awareness, global regulation or coordination about that, due to different geological and political constellations. It is only possible to do a statistics about what happened and happens where, but only if people wear some sort of digital device and political banks are able to check, what happened.

Here the places I have seen so far since I am homeless. Since I had this nice experiences in the south, I went to the north. Of course I have no electronic device or piece of identity. If I get killed by the social justice movement of my sister, who already has all of my property, my dead body belogs to whom? the community finding me, and they will have to burn me, without the possibiity to inform somebody, since all my property went to my mentally insane sister, who is not interested in my life. Check the interpretation of the international law and bioethics of your nationality and host country, before making financial decisions or travelling. Also check the daily news for political trends like that. Due to different laws there are manifold combinations possible. If you need geographical navigation in Denmark, where I am now try this one. Quite interesting.

02.02.2014: Cologne: paralyzation of my brain at home; request to leave the country; obviously I had diseases imported from France. Escape to France by Thalys train; there the pain was increased.
17.02.2014: Zurich: flight to Switzerland to escape tortures; sportswatch sent by mother; offense by swiss police, obviously I also had diseases from France there.
14.04.2019: Lucerne: transported in handcuffs over german border since I refused to do social work for free, they diagnosed with agression. how about introducing serfdom for your own left and liberal citizens, I always see abroad.

23.04.2021: Burgsinn: water castle (private property, owner living in France)
24.04.2021: Obersinn: Bavaria, tourists due to checkered flower routes next to the border of the states of Bavaria and Hessen (derrived from old agriculture and watering methods) and medival village; interestingly there are also many of them in the next village Altengronau (Hessen), not marketing them, so there is nobody; disputes about the railway connection over former territory of Prussia took 30 years in 19th century; less years for the construction of the highspeed train in the 80s, renewed recently
25.04.2021: Altengronau: Hessen, first mentioned 780 (timeline territorial and judical organization); some old industry ruins of the time the county went to Hessen-Kassel and centuries later to Prussia; obiously there where some structural corrections and different priorities, when ownership and liability changed, much agriculture today
26.04.2022: Zeitlofs: Bavaria, start of Rhoen cycling highway on old railway route direction Bad Brueckenau.
27.04.2021: Schwarzenfels: Hessen, castle ruin at entrance to the Rhön. built by lords of Rieneck 1180, later counts of Hanau, destroyed in 30years war; then county of Hessen-Kassel; later Prussia; now state of Hessen supported by a social club, engaged to generate revenues with diverse events and projects.
28.04.2021: Steckelberg: castle ruin in the Spessart (first mentioned 1131, probably built by Lords of Steckelberg to control the transport routes along the mountain bay, still active today only by cargo train; spectacular destruction by Rudolf I of Habsburg in 1276; later reerected and destroyed again several times)
29.04.2021: Ramholz: castle (built by Lords of Steckelberg; compare governmental administrative history of the area)
30.04.2021: Hutten: village and origin of old franconian farmers, later nobility von Hutten who took over Steckelberg and Ramholz, (under emperor Karl V Habsburg, one son was reformator, the other priest, the third colonialist)
01.05.2021: Flieden: northern entrance and exit of Spessart, Fuldaer Schwartenmagen at Krackhof (outdoor, nice, despite strict rules)
02.05.2021: Neuhof: village around Mount Kali (impressive white mountain with potash mining, tours and events
05.05.2021: Fulda: medieval cathedral with shrine of St. Boniface (anglo-saxon monk, who founded the east franconian church, as an attempt to create a german state, as apostle of the germans, got protected by the emperor Karl Martell and killed by the free frisians in 754)

29.07.2022: Salzhemmendorf: jurassic cliffs on northern and limestone quarries on western part of Thüster Berg (thüster chalk); salt water baths Ith Therme
30.07.2022: Ockensen: water tree (natural monument; due to a miller who built two ponds and a fountain to indicate him water availability for his mill; the fountain now is the “tree”, still growing with the calcareous water transforming into tufa and petrification of mosses loving the humidity), sulphur springs on the other side of the Ith elevation, recently promoted by the locals there
01.08.2022: Lauenstein: tribes and chiefs, barons of Homburg, Duchy of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Bishopric of Hildesheim, Hildesheim Diocesan Feud (administrative division, taxing), Duchy of Brunswick-Lüneburg, napoleonic France, Kingdom of Hanover, Kingdom of Prussia, Niedersachsen. Locations: castle ruin, Ith tower, Ith way, Rudorff Parc (landmark in nature protection legislation)
02.08.2022: Coppenbrügge: situated at bottom of northern Ith cliffs with different rock formations; following ownerships: tribes and chiefs, bishop of Hildesheim, counts of Spiegelberg, counts of Lippe, counts of Gleichen, counts of Nassau-Diez, counts of Nassau-Oranien, Westphalia, Nassau-Oranien, Kingdom of Hannover, Kingdom of Prussia, Niedersachsen; famous visit of Peter the Great from Russia on his way to Jacob de Wilde in Holland on his “Grand Embassy”, due to an invitation of the prince electrices of Hannover and Brandenburg preventing a war between Austria and Prussia (that is why many places in the area have diplomatic names); locations: castle; visitor mine,(mining from 1585 to 1926); miners way route at Nesselberg; Dörpe artist and crafting community
03.08.2021: Bad Münder: old border stones marking former territories of the states of Hessen (nettle) and Hannover (horse), reorganized several times; situated in the middle of Osterwald, Deister and Süntel elevations; history of all sorts of mining, also often reorganized; glas production since several hundred years, due to quartz sand in the region (recent history); spa village with several parks and cultural offers; graduation plant; online city development poll (Simcity without administrative procedures, budgets, taxes and subsidies; enabled by the community-led local development programme of the EU)
02.08.2021: Nienstedt: Anna tower (mathematican Gauss in 1820 proposed and get task to conduct a geodetic survey of kingdom of Hannover, at this time european states were broke and people hungry, as often before and after)
03.08.2021: Barsinghausen: tribes and chiefs, Frankish Empire, Holy Roman Empire, Dutchy of Saxony, independent monastry (Order of Saint Augustine) and knighthoods, reorganized by Principality of Calenberg, Duchy of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Electorate of Hanover, Prussia, Lower Saxony; cultural history especially monastery mine; today truckstop, traffic and logistics center, Nordmannsturm (view over Deister, Suentel, Bueckeberge, Calenberger Land, map), Deister Alm
04.08.2021: Bad Nennendorf: tribes and chiefs, Frankish Empire, Holy Roman Empire, County of Schaumburg (division in 1640); Landgraviate of Hesse-Kassel (founding of sulpur springs and history of baths); exit Holy Roman Empire, entry Rhine Confederation, Kingdom Westphalia (residence of King Jerome Bonaparte), entry Prussia, province of Hessen-Nassau, province of Hanover, British zone (reeducation camp), Niedersachsen (district Schaumburg, former prussian administrative units Regierungspraesidien (regions) were abolished for budgetary reasons), Brunnentempel, Landgrafentherme (baths)
05.08.2021: Stadthagen: castle and former residence of the Count of Schauenburg (history, now tax office of Niedersachsen); princely mausoleum; renaissance town hall; history of mining in the area
06.08.2021: Bueckeburg: Landpartie (fair of preciousnesses in the garden of the present count of Schaumburg, country until 1946; now district of the state of Lower Saxony; bearer of the nettle leaf from Nesselberg in his coat of arms; his ancestors were intended to conquer Denmark for the Holy Roman Empire from Holstein; he was also given by the emperor, Denmark did not agree with; Schleswig now as then has two lions in his coat of arms, and Denmark three; Holstein before had different coat of arms, bur is wearing the nettle still today in its flag)
07.08.2021: Minden: Wittekind mountain and castle with Porta Westphalica (symbol of independence of Saxony, later of german unity with emperor William I monument, actually he was forced to become emperor, since he already had enough problems with Prussia), Minden cathedrral, Prussian Museum (Prussia and Westphalia) and forts, waterway intersection, Schachts lock
08.08.2021: Hille: Wiehen mountains (Germanys most northern low mountain range, parts are todays frontier between the federal states of North Rhine Westphalia and Niedersachsen) Grosses Torfmoor
09.08.2021: Espelkamp: castle of Benkhausen, german Coin Operated Machines Museum (steadily growing by international acquisitions), Gauselmann Group owner of the Merkur Casino brand and several amusement concepts (family run, also steadily growing by competition regulations and social engagement)
10.08.2021: Rahden, Preußisch Ströhen: several historic administrative structures; most northern point of todays german federal state North Rhine Westphalia (open park with artistic solar and planetary calculations with daily, monthly and yearly variations); Auenland Draisinen (private ownership)
11.08.2021: Wagenfeld, Hannover Ströhen (today german federal state of Niedersachsen): Moorlands
12.08.2021: Lemfoerde: BASF Polymeres (innovations), Ochsenmoor nature observation
13.08.2021: Lembruch: route “Duemmer See“, British Yacht Club; development project Marissa Park
14.08.2021: Diepholz: castle (saxon chiefs, lordship of Diepholz, duchy of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Electorate Hanover, Kingdom of Hanover, Prussia, Niedersachsen), Zahnradfabrik Friedrichshafen (new technologies), Diepholzer Moor (powered by Lebensbaum food foundation)
15.08.2021: Barnstorf: Wintershall research, increase in efficiency of oil production (technology, biological artificial intelligence)
16.08.2021: Goldenstedt: recreational area Hartensbergsee, Beach Club
17.08.2021: Visbek: Christianization of Saxony; Wöstendöllen, “Egypt” (natural cultural and administrative history), natural reserve Herrenholz (Visbek and Goldenstedt)
18.08.2021: Visbek: Engelmannsbäke Inn, route of megalithic culture, Visbeker Braut und Bräutigam, Heidenopfertisch (stone age myths)
19.08.2021: Grossenkneten: Ahlhorn (former airfield area, airship port in WWI, Luftwaffe airfield in WWII, UK royal air force, US airforce, Bundeswehr, Business Park)
20.08.2021: Grossenkneten: Döhlen, Huntloser Moor, gas extraction by ExxonMobil and local biogas producers
21.08.2021: Grossenkneten: Huntlosen (castle until confessional fief war), Hegeler Wald (reforestation after century storm 1972), Barneführer Holz (nature reserve)
22.08.2021: Wardenburg: Tilly hill and lake (named after enemy, general of catholic league), now natural reserve
23.08.2021: Edewecht: tree schools, villages named after former landlords (f.e. Jeddeloh 1 and 2)
24.08.2021: Bad Zwischenahn: Open Air Farming Museum (dealing with division of labor in 17th century), Rügenwalder Mühle (traditional food brand), Park of Gardens, Casino, ship cruise
25.08.2021: Westerstede: private and public Parcs and Gardens, development projects water tower, old station; Voss Chokolade Hotel, EWE energy and communication (public, private, antitrust)
26.08.2021: Uplengen, Remels: castle (frisian chiefs, East Frisia, Oldenburg, East Frisia, Prussia, Niedersachsen), Nordgeorgsfehn Canal, Porta Polonica (graves of polish soldiers, celebrated as saviors); projects: re-watering Neudorfer Moor and Erlebnispfad Stapeler Moor, cycling with node system
27.08.2021: Wiesmoor: Torf- und Siedlungsmuseum (colonization, from hut to house, living conditions); High Tech Adventure Minigolf, mud bath Ottermeer (beach, camping)
28.08.2021: Großefehn: Marcardsmoor Holtrop, Ems-Jade-Kanal, history of bog cultivation
29.08.2021: Aurich: castle and territorial diet (Chauci, frisian, saxon and anglian tribes; Prussia, Hannover, Prussia, Hannover, Prussia, Niedersachsen, timeline of municipal reforms)
30.08.2021: Aurich: Energy- and Education Center, Enercon Infopath
01.09.2021: Tannhausen: cemetary for russian forced labourers in word war II (project rememberance plates), lake with Northbound Beach *(wakeboarding, acquapark, bar, cottages)
02.09.2021: Großheide: Eternal Sea, history of bog cultivation and reclamation (Moorkultivierung und Urbahrmachungsedikt), Grossheide castle (from frisians over religious spirits to human care)
03.09.2021: Hage: Berum castle, (from frisians to widow seats and the king of Prussia)
04.09.2021: Luetesburg: Luetetsburg castle (park, cafe and shop), international history of property rights
05.09.2021: Norden: Ostfriesisches Teemuseum, franconian history of property rights

Places along Wattenmeer

06.09.2021: Norddeich: implementation of masterplan new beaches and promenade; ferry harbor to islands of Norderney and Juist, leisure harbor
07.09.2021: Nessmersiel: beach; yachting- and ferry harbor with harbor sink including bird sanctuary, walks to island of Baltrum during low tide possible
08.09.2021: Westaccummersiel: old trading harbor with Captain House, Zwei-Siele-Museum, last significant modifications of village and drainage after flood in 1962; ongoing work, Siel – und Schöpfwerkanlage, beach, leisure harbor
09.09.2021: Dornum: northern castle, western castle, eastern castle, history of farming and seafare, settling and frisian history, birthplace of Enno Wilhelm Hektor (author of east frisian anthem)
10.09.2021: Esens: financial history of town houses on nearly every building; history of old castle from chiefs to Prussia
11.09.2021: Bensersiel: archeological findings Ostbense, futuristic dike bridges, Siel – und Schöpfwerkanlage, yachting– fishery- and traffic harbour, ferry to island Langeoog
12.09.2021: Neuharlingersiel: Sielhof, grab cutter port, different beaches including lounges and activities, yachting and ferryboat to island of Spiekeroog
13.09.2021: Carolinensiel: land reclamation area, museum harbour Carolinensiel, museum path, Jansses Fish Boutique
14.09.2021: Harlesiel: yacht- and trafficport, different beaches, airport with flights to island of Wangerooge, Goldene Linie (still controversal)
15.09.2021: Minsen: Minsen Mermaid Statue, Info Camp Elisabethgrodendeich, conversion of former clay area and barracks into leisure, activity and nature park Wangermeer Hohenkirchen
16.09.2021: Wangermeer Hohenkirchen
17.09.2021: Horumersiel: Schillig beach, today discussion of possible strategic positionings of Wangerland tourism and competitors: in the past the 1918 german revolution started there.
18.09.2021: Hocksiel: old harbour, artificial lake with wakeboard, funsport and marina facilities, ocean beach including surfing and kitesurfing
19.09.2021: Wilhelmshaven: JadeWeserPort Infocenter, deep water port; change of ownership structure and investors; Information Center Caverns (national oil and gas reserves)
20.09.2021: Wilhelmshaven: walk “Wilhelmshaven and the revolution of 1918“, German Navy Museum, Wadden Sea Visitor Center
21.09.2021: Mariensiel, Sande: climate path, interpretation of past developments and future challenges, competition Friesland and Ostfriesland
22.09.2021: Dangast: Kurhaus, former artist colony
23.09.2021: Varel: frisian chiefs. Houses of Oldenburg and Bentinck, Napoleonic France, German Empire, stock-exchange of ideas as latest investment project
24.09.2021: Varel Hafen: remains of Christiansborg, vivid England trade in 19th century, later fishery
25.09.2021: Sehestedt: floating moorland
26.09.2021: Seefeld: Seefeld Mill
27.09.2021: Eckwarden: Hafen, Ferry to Wilhelmshaven, old pier, Eckwarderhörne
28.09.2021: Tossens: Center Parc
29.09.2021: Fedderwardersiel: small fishery harbor, old fairway to the port of Bremerhaven, Weservertiefung, Morphodynamics, economic geography
29.09.2021: Burhave: tourism, several beaches for several purposes
30.09.2021: Blexen: landmark St. Hippolyt Church, former country of Rüstringen, Asega history of law
01.10.2021: Bremerhaven: German Emigration Center
02.10.2021: Imsum: Ochsenturm, three villages dispute about church location
03.10.2021: Wremen: local history site with astonishing facts and stories, fishery harbor, little tourism
04.10.2021: Dorum: History and Dike Museum Land Wursten
05.10.2021: Dorum-Neufeld, Spieka-Neufeld: small fishery harbors, long history of agriculture and migration starting with Chauci, little tourism, lighthouse Obereversand
06.10.2021: Nordholz: Bundeswehr naval airbase museum Aeronauticum
07.10.2021: Cuxhaven-Berensch-Arensch: Megalith excavations and graves, no consistent timeline and explanations after the romans
07.10.2021: Cuxhaven-Sahlenburg: shortest way to the isle of Neuwerk (part of Hamburg Wadden Sea National Park)
08.10.2021: Cuxhaven-Döse: Elbmündung, most northern point of state of Niedersachsen, landmark Kugelbake
09.10.2021: Cuxhaven: Alte Liebe, castle of Ritzebüttel, energy balance Germany and project Mittelplate
09.10.2021: Cuxhaven-Altenbruch: tower and information center historical dykes, land of Hadeln, firehouse, lock, marina, offshore industry
10.10.2021: Otterndorf: historic port within exclave of the former dutchy of Saxe-Lauenburg, history of city fires (archbishop against duke) and complicated jurisdiction
11.10.2021: Neuhaus an der Oste: historic port, saxon tribes, prince-archbishopric of Bremen and Verden until 30 years war, ,early investments of english and swedish companies
11.10.2021: Cadenberge: Manor system and park
12.10.2021: Freiburg an der Elbe: historic port, tribes, former prince-archbishopric of Bremen and Verden until 30 years war, foreign investment
13.10.2021: Wischhafen: marshlands, tribes, Duchy of Bremen and Verden, trade with tariff uncertainity until 20th century (up to six import tolls), Kehdinger Küstenschiffahrts-Museum, Elbfähre
14.10.2021: Glückstadt: marshlands, historic Dutchy of Holstein, foundation of Christian IV of Denmark, modern constitutional history
15.10.2021: Beidenfleth: peace talks Gudfred and Charlemagne, medieval constitutional history
16.10.2021: Wilster: historical warehouse and old town hall
17.10.2021: Sachsenbande, marshlands, lowest point of Germany
18.10.2021: Burg, geestlands, forrest museum with geoinformation center, history of modern inland shipping
19.10.2021: St. Michaelisdonn: geestlands; crowdfunding windmill Edda
20.10.2021: Gudendorf: food industry
21.10.2021: Meldorf: Seasonal Thermal Energy Storage, winner of Energy Olympics of Schleswig Holstein in 2019.
22.10.2021: Meldorf: port, lock, Speicherkoog, marina and surfing area
23.10.2021: Büsumer Deichhausen: Trischen, moving island
24.10.2021: Büsum: port, fishery, tourism, ferryport to island of Helgoland (taxfree shopping)
25.10.2021: Wesselburen: Kohlosseum, history of earth and agriculture
26.10.2021: Wesselburenerkoog: Eider-Sperrwerk und Schleusse
27.10.2021: Garding: birhplace Theodor Mommsen, nobelprize for literature, roman law system
28.10.2021: St. Peter-Ording: lighthouse St. Peter-Boehl
29.10.2021: St. Peter-Ording: beaches, stilt houses
30.10.2021: Osterhever: floodings and land reclamation projects
31.10.2021: Westerheversand: Lighthouse
01.11.2021: Tönning: old port, Eider River and Bank Development
02.11.2021: Odenswort: Birthplace of Toennis, contributor to social contract theory, community and society
03.11.2021: Witzwort: archeological findings of viking coinage
04.11.2021: Friedrichstadt: urban historical geography, investment and freedom of religion
05.06.2021:
06.11.2021: Husum: Storm Museum, Castle in front of Husum
07.11.2021: Schobüll: Seebrücke, Beltringharder Koog
08.11.2021: Nordstrand: palaeogeography, floodings and land reclamation projects
09.11.2021: Nordstrand: ferry port to island of Pellworm
10.11.2021: Bredstedt: Northern Frisian Institute
11.11.2021: Bordelum: Naturerlebnisraum Stollberg, palaeogeographic park, viewing tower
12.11.2021: Reußenköge: land reclamation, citizen owned windpark
13.11.2021: Schlüttsiel: ferryport to islands of Langness and Oland, Hauke-Haien-Koog
14.11.2021: Niebüll: Frisian Museum, motorail train to the island of Sylt
15.11.2021: Dagebüll: cottages, ferryport to the island of Föhr
16.11.2021: Klanxbüll: Gotteskoog, Informationszentrum Wiedingharde (history of landscape formation)
17.11.2021: Süderlügum: taxfree cross-border trade; for the complicated history of this border read Sønderjyllands historie till 1815 and after 1815.

Places along Vadehavet, Vestkyst

Cycling Guides Vest: online, online printout

18.11.2021: Tønder: Christmas market, Møgeltønder, Schackenborg castle and village
19.11.2021: Hojer: Højer Mølle, Margarethekoog, floodings and land reclamation,
20.11.2021: Bredebro: Toosbuys Torv, factory outlet
21.11.2021: Skærbæk: Skærbækcentret
22.11.2021: Rømø: Rømødæmningen sea dam, Spidsbjerg viewing point, Havneby port
23.11.2021: Rømø: Sønderstrand
24.11.2021: Skærbæk: Marsk Tower
25.11.2021:
26.11.2021: Vester Vedstedt: Vadehavscentret, Mandø Bus
27.11.2021: Ribe: cathedral, old harbour
28.11.2921: Ribe: Vikinger Center, Riberhus
29.11.2021: St. Darum: Sneum Sluse
30.11.2021: Tjæreborg: Solbjerg Plantage
01.12.2021: Esbjerg: port and fishery,
02.12.2021: Sædding: men at sea monument, sculptures at beach
03.12.2021: Sædding: Mentor IT Bikepark, Guldager highland cattle
04.12.2021: Hjerting: Architecture Competition Strandpromenaden
05.12.2021: Hjerting: Plantage
06.12.2021: Sjelborg Strand, Marbæk Plantage: natural reserve
07.12.2021: Varde: Varde havn, Slotsbanken, Vardehus
08.12.2021: Varde: Torvet
09.12.2021: Varde: Sportium

Places along Vesterhavet, Vestkyst

10.12.2021: Janderup Ladeplads
11.12.2021: Blåvandshuk Fyr: Horns Rev Offshore Wind Farm
12.12.2021: Hvidbjerg Strand: holiday parc, pier
13.12.2021: Kallesmærsk Hede: troop rehearsal space
14.12.2021: Vejers Strand og klit: deer reserve
15.12.2021: Oksbøl: Tysk refugee camp, danish refugee college project
16.12.2021: Filsø Naturpark, Kærgård Klitplantage: landscaping, fauna, flora in the latter centuries
17.12.2021: Henne Strand: strand, heather landscape, viking settlements, nature paintings
18.12.2021: Blabjerg Klit: highest altitude in the area MTB course
19.12.2021: Nørre Nebel: Nymindegap: Ringkøbing fjordsystem, Holmsland
20.12.2021: Hvide Sande: port and fishing industries, auctions, smoke houses, water exchange North Sea and Ringkøbing Fjord
21.12.2021: Lyngvig Fyr: Danmarks youngest and tallest lighthouse, shop and museum
22.12.2021: Søndervig: Bagges Dam Bridge, Lalandia Projekt, sand skulpture festival; Sdr. Nissum

Places along Geopark Vestjylland:

23.12.2021: Thorsminde: port and fishery, auctions, water exchange noth sea and nissum fjoerd, Strandingsmuseum St. George, beach
24.12.2021: Test Centre Høvsøre: wind farm with weather station for each turbine
25.12.2021: Lemvig: port and fishing industries, auctions, historical, religious and ecological museums, holiday resort, Nørlem Bavnehøj scenic viewpoint
26.12.2021: Hygum Bakke, geological landmark, viking graves
27.12.2021: Harboøre: Vertumnus 1847 accident, beginning of national sea rescue system, Rønland Offshore Windpark
28.12.2021: Thyborøn: port and fishery, shops, restaurants and auctions, sea war museum

Places along Nationalpark Thy, Nordvestkysten

29.12.2021: Agger Tange, nature reserve
30.12.2021: Lodbjerg: clay hill, cliff and plantation, lighthouse
31.12.2021: Nr. Vorupør: surfer paradise, fishery, Nationalpark Center Thy
01.01.2022: Klitmøller: surfer paradise, brand family cold hawai
02.01.2022: Hangstholm: port and fishing industries, auctions, uphill lighthouse and bunker museum
03.01.2022: Vigsø Strand: bunker batteries with interesting currents, Lild Strand, small fishing place; Frøstrup: Thisted-Fjerritslev Jernbane Station
04.01.2022: Bulbjerg: stone hill, viewing point, natural reserve for birds, Torup Strand: different offshore reefs (clay, stone, lime) and trenches, traditional fishery specialized for that, popular tv-series

Places along Vendsyssel, Nordvestkysten

05.01.2022: Fjertislev: brewery museum, beer tasting and festival in the summer, baptist churches Vendsyssel founded as counter nationalist movement in 1900s.
06.01.2022: Svinkløvene, Svinkløv: stone age island, viewing point and klitplantage
07.01.2022: Slettestrand: Badehoteller, Bocuse d’Or 2019, TV series, food rating
08.01.2022: Brovst: Bratskov, manor system
09.01.2022: Brovst: Tranum Aktieplantage, Bratbjerg Søerne, company law
10.01.2022: Roedhus: vild observation
11.01.2022: Blokhus: plantage, bathing houses, jewelery, history of tourism
12.01.2022: Pandrup: Sandmosen, Kaas Briketfabrik, history of energy
13.01.2022: Saltum: Lille Norge, Saltum Neptun Bryggeriet, competition law
14.01.2022: Kettrup Bjerge: dune landscape with green project Karen Mariesvej, awarded architecture
15.01.2022: Løkken: brewery, winterbathing and beachsauna, kitesurfing, tourism
16.01.2022: Nr. Lyngby: beach with clay and sand cliffs; Rubjerg Knude: drifting dune and lighthousemoved 2019, the church was already moved 1904
17.01.2022: Lønstrup: arts and crafts
18.01.2022: Hjørring: Vendsyssel Historical Museum, ongoing history detecting and conservation
19.01.2022: Tornby: Tornby Dolmen, neolithic culture and revolution; crowdfunding bådhal Tornby Bjergelav, house for Denmarks oldest flat boat; dunes landscape with beach
20.01.2022: Hirtshals: Hirtshals Fyr, geological stone collection (vulcanic from north east and baltic glaciation in vistula ice age), major danish sea port
21.01.2022: Tversted: sea bath, historical fishing rescue station, busy due to unpredictable weather, detailled statistics considering the past, National Park of Eagles
22.01.2022: Uggerby: Klitplantage and water biking. new bridge over Uggerby Å
23.01.2022: Råbjerg Mile and Bunken Klitplantage: largest moving dune in Northern Europe
24.01.2022: Skagen: largest danish sea- and fishing port, with major export partner Germany, Sand coverred church, fashion, design and delicatesses shopping, Skagen painters
25.01.2022: Grenen: Top of Denmark, constantly moving landscape, grey lighthouse built in the middle of penisula now next to eastern coast. Current Research is also dealing with changing air and water streams.
26.01.2022: Gammel Skagen: old fisher village and beginnings of tourism, sunset viewpoint (north sea)

Places along Østkysten

27.01.2022: Hulsig: Hulsig Hede, Skagen south beach Bunken strand and Klitplantage (baltic sea)
28.01.2022: Ålbæk: small fishery- and yachting harbor, Simons Raaling village museum, history of oyster fishing and trading, product export history
29.01.2022: Jerup: prison Kragskovhede Fængsel, outlook, partly outsourcing to Kosovo discussed
30.01.2021: Bratten Strand: Glade venner af Bratten, local real estate management
31.01.2021: Strandby: most northern danish natural harbor; coin finds from age of Harald Bluetooth, first danish currency; before there were different currrencies (Strandbyskatten); recent harbor upgrade investment “De røde Huse“, construction of swimming houses, resume in city magazine
01.02.2022: Elling: green cycle tour around Frederikshav; Ellinggård manor, chiefs, churches and manors; brainstorming about future usage; Ellingå viking ship, application for intangible cultural heritage
02.02.2022: Frederikshavn: rowing club, artificial beach Palmestranden, view to nature ressort archipelago Hirsholmene,
03.02.2022: Bangsbo: Pikkerbakken viewing point, historic Møllehuset, Coast Museum Bangsbo, Bangsbo Botanic Garden and Stone Collection
04.02.2022: Frederikshavn: harbor tour, currently EUs most environmentally friendly Large Scale Recycling, fishery-, traffic-, navy port and yard, planning of liquid biogas production. bryghuset sortiment (check the tastes)
05.02.2022: Sæby: projects new leisure harbour and Nordre Strandvej
06.02.2022: Sæby: clover cycle path, manor museum Sæbygård, Lady from Sea
07.02.2022: Solsbæk: Professorens Plantage: new project Solsbaek Strand, leisure winter fishing, shelling
08.02.2022: Lyngså: beach, Stensnæs Flak (geological landmark, bird sanctuary, maritime archeology), entrance to Aalborg Bay
09.02.2022: Voerså, Præstbro: bronze age findings of fishery port nearby, fishing and harbor rental, kajak club, water biking on Voer Å, plain fields and forrests
10.02.2022: Dronninglund: castle (roman, nenaissance, baroque; foundation of benedictines, led by nuns, after reformation danish crown, then private; monitoring and optimization of agriculture), arts center, old pharmacy
11.02.2022: Asaa: old harbor of Dronninglund castle; later major seaport at east coast and industrialization; altering density of fish species; now beaches and tourism (museum harbor, cottages and camping)
12.02.2022: Hou: strategic location next to Limfjoerd; yachting harbor; transforming landscape with beaches, islands, dunes and lagoons till Bisnap; information pavillon presenting possible new projects
13.02.2022: Hals: long history of Limfjoerd defense and customs; many offshore underwater sandbanks; pilot services and lighthouses; several harbor amendments; yachting harbor; ferry to Egense

Places along Limfjoerden

14.02.2022: Ganderup, Skiveren: Limfjoerds Cycling Route, Skiveren Fishing Place (Video), farming and upscale villa area
15.02.2022: Vodskov: Hammer Bakker hill, bronze age burial mounds, old ting and trading place, now nature reserve (usage under discussion)
16.02.2022: Nørresundby: old port; historic development of administrative, spacial and economic planning, peace and war
17.02.2022: Aalborg: Gesta Danorum with hints about ancient organization, City Development Projects (Waterfront, Aalborg East), CO2 reduction AalborgPortland; Aalborg in Figures 2021, Costs of Living (in comparison), community houshold 2025
18.02.2022: Aalborg: district planning Hasseris (Hasseris Villaby, Gammel Hassaris, Holberg), Svalegaarden farming merchand (past, future), Mølleparken,
19.02.2022: Sønderholm: troll church, archeology of spiritualities; Store Restrup Herregård (premium hotel, restaurant)
20.02.2022: Nørholm: interpretation of distribution patterns of prehistoric metal finds
21.02.2022: Nibe: evolution and warfare of the ingaevon tribe Cimbri, history of Himmerland, Nibe Breedning (leisure port, fjordbath)
22.02.2022: Sebbersund: forgotten iron age and viking trading place (resume evolution and organization), different geoscientific methods of analysis, Halkær Breedning
23.02.2022: Kølby: Kølbyruten; Barmer, Valsted, Stavn, Vår Mark (owners since 1450), Kølby, Farstrup; moraine landscapes, heaths, forrests, fjord meadows and melting water valleys, agricultural area
24.02.2022: Løgstør: Limfjoerd Museum, municipality vesthimmerland founded by structural reforms 2007 (see also historical divisions “hundreds”, “aemter” and “counties”, regions)
25.02.2022: Aggersund: Aggersborg (ancient crossing of Limfjord and nordic center of power, many myths (tribes, chiefs, kings, alliances, revolts); location of royal palace, money mint and terms of trade not found yet); Ørbæk on south side most probably for money mint; Næsby for funerals; third fjord entrance through northward channel discovered.
26.02.2022: Lendrup Strand: Frederik VII’s Kanal (build after storm of 1825 in Agger, opening the west entrance to Limfjoerd, which was closed from 1100 to 1825, therefore formerly transition zone salt fresh water and sandbanks in this area, with different fishing conditions)
27.02.2022: Næsbydale Badehotel, Glenholm Vineyard (diverse landscape formed by three ice ages, and their melting water, stones from vulcano eruptions in Oslo), Landal Rønbjerg holiday park, leisure port and fishing
28.02.2022: Vitskøl Kloster (founded by Valdemar I after a civil war, ended by the battle of Grathe Heath, now hospitality and farming), Trend Strand holiday homes colony
01.03.2022: Farsø: The Long Journey, nobelprize for literature Johannes V. Jensen; museum and timetravelling in landscape
02.03.2022: Uhrehøje Plantage (walking and cycling paths, event management), Trend Skov: royal summer and hunting seat (wedding gift for Frederik IX of Denmark, civil list acts to be compared by political scientists)
03.03.2022: Ertebølle: Stone Age Center (museum, outdoor area, workshops, shop), kitchen manure (name giver of the stone age time period before agriculture, subject to further research), fossile collecting; Myrhøj stone rows (after introduction of agriculture, positioning and spiritual meanig still unclear)
04.03.2022: Hvalpsund: port and ferry Sundsøre, penisula Lovns (map), Herregård Hessel (history, arts, guilds and vision), schnapps route
05.03.2022: Alstrup: trold- and flying stone, church, nature space with viewing point to Lovns Bredning, “meet the locals” project
06.03.2022: Virksund, Sundstrup: Trolderouten, Hjarbæk Fjord (from sediments, settlements and prehistoric trading points to hydrodynamic models, administrative divisions and artificial intellgence)
07.03.2022: Ulbjerg, Skals: MTB trails (additional information in old folder), projects enabled by amendment of urban renewal act at Fjordklyngen (old map with ancestry)
08.03.2022: Hjarbæk: old port of Viborg, historic ships, leisure port and championships in sailing (map)
09.03.2022: Viborg: Via Himmerlandstien (old railway track, with explanations about industrial and natural history); node of oxen trails to the north and former crowning city of the kings; temporal and spacial synapsis of laws, essays for development of legal system at viking age (after celtic fields)

Places in Djursland

10.03.2022: Kalø: castle ruin (1313 constructed by Erik VI Menved king of Denmark, 1320 partly destroyed under the rule of his brother Christopher II king of Denmark, due to tax and economic policy, reerected later, 1518 prison for Gustav Vasa the later king of Sweden for the same reason); attached estatessss (history, now Institut for Ecoscience, Aarhus University); Mols Bjerge National Park with many walking and cycling routes as Kalø and Mols Bjerge
11.03.2022: Agri, Øvre Strandkær: Agri bavnehøj (highest elevation in the diverse community); nationalpark visitor center Øvre Strandkær (evolution and future challenges for the area created in the Vistula glacial periode approaching from the south); land use planning Syddjurs (releant land use law; applied legislative process, bottom up; aggregation, executive, top down); for hiking and elevations check the historical folder from 1842; governance by ministry of interior and housing and its agency; OECD comparison of Land-use Planning Systems; global overview and comparison of finance and property mangement; imagine the difficulties, and who is planning, expecting or is ought to do what in the present political and interglacial period?
12.03.2022: Ebeltoft: 18 best things to do in Ebeltoft, Denmark.
13.03.2022: Øer: MTB trail Sønder Plantage; Landal Holiday Park; ferryport (to Zealand)
14.03.2022: Knebel: Fuglsøcentret, Memory Lane Rockmuseum, Karpenhøj Naturcenter, wonderful view over the bays
15.03.2022: Helgenæs: penisula and south tip of Djursland (folder), prehistoric climate change and human adaption in ancient Scandinavia
16.03.2022: Holme: Jernhatten (isolated hill at Kattegat coast with view to island of Hjelm)
17.03.2022: Gravlev: Ree Park Safari offering several different safaris and packages
18.03.2022: Balle: several archaelogical findings (bronze and iron age, 17th century wars)
19.03.2022: Grenaa: Museum Østjylland (landscape, settling and industrial history), next project: Kolindsund (connecting Randers and Grenaa bay until land reclamation 1872), birthplace of August Krogh (Nobel prize physiology and medicine 1920)
20.03.2022: Grenaa: Marina, Beach and Kattegatcentret
21.03.2022: Gjerrild: Sostrup Castle (diverse owners in history with different political backgrounds); diverse beaches (the limestone cliffs Sangstrup Klint and Karlby Klint with caves, canoeing and diving opportunities, sandy Nordstrand with camping, holiday homes and many bird observers)
22.03.2022: Bønnerup: beach, fishing and leisure harbor (several decades history of social choice and public finance, farmers in neighbour villlages did not want to pay taxes for the construction of the fishery harbor, now discussions about environmental impact with many opinions)
23.03.2022: Fellerup: way of the arts between both beach villages with Bridge over Sortå (as a symbol for the cooperation of both cities), many cycling routes
24.03.2022: Meilgaard: castle, forrest and wildlife with a long history (mind the coat of arms at the gate, the Deister nettel even older than the christian church, and the myths of owners)
25.03.2022: Allingåbro: Havhuse and Rygård Strand soft moraine hills with sandy frindges and beaches; nostalgic railway station with diverse leisure offers and cycling routes (Kulturringen 12,13, Banestien, National Cycle Route 5)
26.03.2022: St. Sjørup: east Jutlands wadden sea with vast unregulated salt marshes; Estruplund and Stenalt (magnificient estatess and estates reaching from hillside to the fjord and sea)
27.03.2022: Udbyhøj: Delta of Randers Fjord to Kattegat with ever changing landscape, cable ferry across the fjoerd and little fishing and leisure port
28.03.2022: Voer: Naturpark Randers Fjord Mellem Fjord with Kyst- og Fjordcentret (diverse activities offered), ferry Ragna to Mellem (oldest ferry of Denmark with royal charter, now state owned).

All together the communities of Djursland are rather decentralized with significant budgets also for small villages and cities, places in other communities like Randers or Viborg are fighting for. Of course the largest position also there is mostly social work and healthcare, like everywhere. Fortunately I am not sick.

Places in Randers, Kronjylland

29.03.2022: Spentrup: Naturpark Randers Fjord Fjordarmen; Steen Steensen Blicher (realist poet 19th century, priest at Spentrup Præstegård); excellent Super Brugsen and Netto
30.03.2022: Udbyover: land elevation since stone age, formerly polygonal fort, now village grouped around lake (village history registration Randers Kommune, Udbyover); Lyshøj Mølle; large estates and cattle farms.

Places in Mariagerfjord, Easthimmerland, Nordjylland, Denmark, European Union, Schengen, NATO, IMF, OECD, Worldbank, WTO, UN (set theory to be filled with content)

31.03.2022: Hadsund: history of traffic across the fjord and its political implications (customs, boats and ferries, railway companies (national, private, foreign), individual and truck traffic); fishery and leisure harbor; private houses with direct fjord acces; future strategy
01.04.2022: Als: Odde, entry to Marriager Fjord with permanent change of landscape and impressive light
02.04.2022: Øster Hurup: several beaches with diverse infrastructure (sailing, kite, yachting, angling)
03.04.2022: Kongerslev: Lille Vildmose: elevated bog landscape and nature reserve, emerged from sea level ca. 1.500 years ago, dehydration stopped in 18th century, rehydration since 20th century (growth by transformation of CO2 into water and carbon derrivatives, acidic soil with specialized vegetation and animal life, northern part farming land and recreational activities

Places in Rebild, Himmerland (general facts)

04.04.2022: Bælum: Østkystruten on old railway track Aalborg-Hadsund; køkkenmødding findings on the northern hills; bronze age graves in the southern hills; old coastal line with formerly fjord arm from the north into todays village, view into Lille Vildmose national park area (folder)
05.04.2022: Astrup: Lindenborg castle and estate, Villestrup castle, cultural history of village,
06.04.2022: Møldrup: Rold forrest (private with public access, often chalk or limestone underground and water system with several springs, lakes, brookes and watersheds), several hiking and cycling routes like Madum Sø ruten
07.04.2022: Skørping: Rebild National Park Information Center (Rebild Bakker Ruten inaugurated 2018, folder); MTB tracks; Rebild july 4th celebration biggest outside US; emigration became allowed in 1849 with first democratic constitution in Denmark
08.04.2022: Rebild: Rebildcentret (earth and cultural history) with Thingbæk Kalkminer (arts in old mine); new projects: cold war museum and bunker (Regan Vest); crowdfunding Ørnebjerg (former artist colony); new hiking tracks (Nordea)
09.04.2022: Gammel Skørping: cycling along Lindenborg A; many stories about former and recent power in Denmark (from ancient Norholm Gods, still major estates, over Buderupholm fishfarms, to Egholm castle and Voldsted ruins; due to political problems with estates; later place of pilgrimage, since a priest discovered a new water source obviously with medical power; responsibility for water supply in Denmark is decentral with different public and private owners and rules)
10.04.2022: Fræer: latest larger water reserves mapped not far from a german radar station of the second world war and later german refugee camp “Bette Berlin“, now landmark; projects: national and european artificial intelligence to combine tools, satellite and survey data (regulatory and economic complexity)
11.04.2022: Skindbjerg: Skindbjerglund nature reserve (state forrest, fenced wild animals area and central landscape planning by ministry of environment)
12.04.2022: Skørping Holme: view to the many different landscapes around from the bottom
13.04.2022: Støvring: 40sec city movie from above; new green city quarter being built next to natura 2000 area; between the areas leisure facilities are realized (Klepholm Naturbase with canoeing, folder); cultural history and development from 19th and 20th century (consider the different asset price evolution in Denmark than in other states and the policy applied, the first bakery and the export slaughtery, delicious bacon still today)
14.04.2022: Øster Hornum: Hornum Herred (cultural history), Tinghøj, Galgehøj and Frendrup Nihøje (highest and viewing point from landscape formed during early paleocene in danian and selandian period to lower regions, with several vegetatons since then, shown by radiometric dating, now gravehills and stones with spiritual symbols of bronze age tribes)

Places in Mariagerfjoerd

15.04.2022: Arden: village build at stop of Randers-Aalborg section, part of Hamburg-Aalborg railway, plan of 1844 (legal base of Denmark and Prussia, for comparison, consider the changing political landscapes and rules for shutdown of some sections decades later), development as agricultural and forestry-oriented business center, before farmland and forrest; in future closer connection to Rold Skov planned inclusive new living areas (Mariagerfjoerd Kommune, Lokalplan, Boligområde Arden Vest); circus museum Rold
16.04.2022: Tinghøj: landmark and former tower of Radio Denmark, constructed 1959,148 meter tall, at that time highest tower in Denmark (technical data)
17.04.2022: Valsgård: Hjerritsdal Vandmølle (water from ice age tunnel valley under Valsgård Bæker; former owners: Bramslevsgård, Havnø Herregård, private miller, closure due to new wind power generation technologies), Frisdal castle ruin (myths about destruction)
18.04.2022: Bramslev: Bramslev Bakker, Hegedal and Valsgård Bæker (different cycling and hiking routes with international premium label, many vegetation types and viewing points)
19.04.2022: Hobro: old viking trading center (Fyrkat area and museum nominated as world heritage), later market town with trading privilleges, recent public planning process to confirm or modify strategy and functions of cities and villages in administrative district; Gas Museum (history of energy); Yachting Museum (former corn, dairy store, dependent on Englands restrictions on trade); future industry strategy: clean economy (like Hydrogenics, AirLiquide)
20.04.2022: Marriagerfjord route southern part (moraine landscape with different vegetation, forrests, sources and a high density of bronze age graves, to enter sometimes); toy museum
21.04.2022: Mariager: foundation and name due to a legend (two knights fought for girl called Mary, both got killed she committed suicide; at the location she cried a sources appeared); after christianization catholic monastry (sources were used for pilgrimage), after reformation public park and rose garden (collection of roses named after diverse social concepts from “Emmilie de Forest“, song, to “Freie Reichsstadt Ulm“, history); other sights*: vintage railway; salt center (restaurant, museum, wellness); future planning: CittaSlow label and strategy
22.04.2022: Mosely: former market location outside village (at some periods of time, dependent on applied epistemology); forrests planted by different institutions in history; today walking routes including a sculpture parcours and activity planning under governance of “friends association” with changing contracts.
23.04.2022: Dania: limestone burning for building materials recorded since 1450; 1873 construction of cement factory, two others followed; closure in 1980s due to international competition law (price reduction and welfare increase); tolday and future planning recreational area and new businesses; Kongsdal former traffic harbor, now leisure harbor (compare before and after)
24.04.2022: True: Trekant Ruten (marshland valley between Mariager and Handset with nostalgic rail route along many farms and lakes)

Places in Kronjylland

25.04.2022: Læsten, Gammel Skjern, Fussingø: Læsten is an ancient village with famous gravehills, amber findings and amazing ways (Marguerite Route) along Læsten Bakker in both directions to Fussingø and Gammel Skjern (different antitrust policies applied); Gammel Skjern is crossing of old route between Randers and Viborg through marshlands with castle ruin and manor; Fussingø is situated near lake and still existant (castle and manor)
26.04.2022: Ulstrup: Gudenå valley with castle and manor; Trækstien walking route along the river (name due to workers or tenants who for centuries pullend ships with up to 25 tons upstream; in 19th century deepening of river for cargo ships; later cargo went to rail; closure of waterway with opening of Tange lake and power station); now modified marina with outdoor activity center and swimming islands already realized with river naturalization 2014; new projects of Favrskov Kommune (green leadership within DK2020 envisaged); further reading about Gudenåen.
27.04.2022: Bjerringbro: relatively new city built around Grundfos, world leader for water pump manufacturing; invented 1944 in times of need, improved in 50s with introduction of district heating, now 20.000 employees, technological artificial intellligence to increase efficiency (vision: improved water access and management); Niels Due Jensens Plads (name of founder) got architecture prize of Viborg commune 2021 (policy); central element is a pumphouse with water games, as bearer of the cities identity; as in the world sometimes there is more, sometimes less water, some spots are always humid, some always dry (the fuzzy social intelligence, is of course not in responsibility of the company, town or commune)
28.04.2022: Tange: Denmarks largest artificial lake and water power station, opend in 1920; now energy museum with indoor and outdoor learning facilities with topics from nuclear physics to energy generation and consumption; discussion of communes about future planning, large leisure area
29.04.2022: Høj Stene: Europes biggest grave monument from germanic iron age (600 AD; two hills connected by stones forming a ship); research about legal system by Moesgaard Museum, powered by A.P.Møller Fond; area belongs to Ormstrup Gods (with several changes in administration and ownership since first mentioning; now private ownership area)
30.04.2022: Kongensbro: bridge over Gudenå on trade route from Aarhus to Viborg; this part of the way is partly private, partly public (different rules); historically part of Allinggaard (with several changes in administration and ownership since first mentioning); restaurant (rest place for traders) got permission from Christian V in 1678 (elaboration of danske lov, norske lov).
01.05.2022: Svostrup: first written mentioning in diary of king Erik V Klipping, when he crossed the river in 1280; in 1834 king Christian VIII gave the licence to build a ferry way across the river, food store and restaurant (rest place for the workers pulling the cargo ships for centuries); Sminge Sø nature resort
02.05.2022: Silkeborg: Hovedgard (history since neolith, best understood with history of hovedqard and castle itself, that originated from the hovedgard and destroyed several times by several interest groups; virtual reconstruction)
03.05.2022: Silkeborg: Art Center Silkeborg Baths (former health spa, now arts center dealing with diverse topics; lates project is people describing people in their cultural and natural environment at different times in history; powered by Nordea Fonden and Facebook; Silkeborg route around the city with many lakes and landscapes; Blicher museum (imagine the 19th century and see 29.03.2022)
04.05.2022: Laven: castle ruins on Dynæs penisula with unknown origins, possession of Valdemar Atterdag (1360), fief of bishop of Aarhus, later of Laven Manor (after reformation). Laven Manor bought further areas like Lina Vesterskov, Ludvigslyst and areas on the other river side in 19th century, then Ludvigslust was sold to bailiff of Silkeborg, who built bridge over the river, for that he got into conflict with Michael Drewsen from Silkeborg paperworks (member of the Danish Constituent Assembly), who wanted the waterway for the most technically advanced excursion ship of this time “Hjejlen”. He won and the bridge had to be replaced by a ferry at Aalekroen. Later tourism was main source of income in the area.
05.05.2022; Ry: history of Ry mill and Siimgårds mill; in first written sources of 1548 Siim mill appears as fief of Øm monastry; in 1618 Christian IV gave fief of Siimgårds mill to Jens Jensen of Ry, who later established Ry mølle corporation on ground of Siimgårds mill; it was shut down in 1993; the former Ry Kommune bought the area; now it is industrial monument cared of by RYST foundation; piles symbolizing the old factory are from the dam dated of the 14th century, so there already had to be a mill before the monastry; whether that was called Ry or Siim or if both existed at the same time is not said or known; Motorcyclist veteran meetings on the area every day. Ry got the first own ship “Turisten” later and is a landmark of the city now.
06.05.2022: Himmelbjerg: Himmelbjergruten (way to the first danish liberal constitution in 1849 during the revolution in Denmark and wars against the “German Confederation” and later Prussia, due to differences in the legal system of Schleswig, Holstein, Lauenburg and later Prussia; to be compared with all revolutions and constitutional modifications in Europe at the same time, some pictures also of the applied healthcare here); analysis of the happenings and projections are possible with theory of science and technology (Videnskabsteori); to be focussed on big changes (Store Forandringer)
07.05.2022: Gammel Rye: stone age findings along Gudenå lake system; early monastries since about 400; 13th century Øj monastry as administrator of the area; Sankt Sørens Kilde found already earlier, was declared as holy healing source; that is why pilgrimage to Gamel Rye began; the origin of the name Søren (Severin) is not clear; it might have been the name of a local farmer boy who got bishop of Cologne or Bordeaux during a pilgrimage; the next village is called Frankrig; 1534 Christian III was elected as king of Denmark by the nobility in Sankt Sørens church as a consequence of a civil war; since he was protestant Denmark got protestant; all estates and facilities under catholic administration (30 per cent) went into administration of the crown (then having 50 per cent of danish property); most possessions of the crown in the area were auctioned in Skanderborg castle within the next 200 years: his predecessor Christian II causing the event also had many predecessors who got king of France, Spain and Habsburg.
08.05.2022: Voerladegård: largest river delta of Denmark ending in a lake; benedictine monks of Voer monastry having the power on this side of the lake built channel and watermill for corn production in their area in 13th century; the delta was renaturated by Horsens Kommune in 2018; channel is still active for canoeing; the impressive Klostermølle (photos on secred places) went to the crown after reformation, was used as corn mill again, got industrialized in 1800, subcontractor for paper production since 1872 (different versions about degree of cartellization and dominance by Michael Drewsen, Silkeborg Papirfabrik, whos ancestors got already license for paper production with former technologies in Zealand from Christian IV in turbulent times); later cardboard production (sinking paper prizes in 20s) and closed 1974 (fire); to be compared with the history of paper around the world and the happenings at certain times; not to forget the different technologies, interpretated differently everywhere.
11.05.2022: Alken: impressive iron age findings (most interesting are findings of seperated bones from hundreds of people killed in a battle in the first century CE, due to swampy area exact number not clear, research of University of Aarhus financed by Carlsberg Fund to find out about reasons and power structures); later fief of Øm monastry and crown after reformation; meanwhile conflict of fishing rights on the lake between Øm and Voer monastry, the bishop in Aarhus could not solve, so king John draw a border on the lake; auctioning of land property in 1767 in Skanderborg castle by government of Christian VII; after railway connection 1873 port for Klostermølle on the other side of the lake, transporting pre-products of paper to factory in Silkeborg until 1930, when lorries were used instead; initiation of danish cooperative movement in late 19th century by Anders Nielsen, after local shop Brugsen was bought by Aarhus corn factory; medical recreation area proposed by Tryg cooperative insurance in 1914 was rejected by village in 1918; cooperative bank got into a crisis and ended his vision in 1922; today a cooperative shop, restaurant and leisure areas are run by community and available for everybody.
12.05.2022: Skanderborg: favorite place of many kings of Denmark; castle and village founded by Valdemar I the great in 1171 and strengthened by his son Valdemar II the victorious; fight with Holstein and the bishop of Ribe about fief in 1340; legend about queen Dagmar, who died sick, obviously captured and starved by the bishop of Ribe; administration went to the church and the bishop of Aarhus; after reformation in 1536 administration went to the king for royal income and patronage; Frederic II renewed castle from medieval to renaissance style in Skanderborg and enlarged hunting districts; city got market town status and fortification under Christian IV due to many wars in the 17th century; Frederic VI auctioned land property in 1767 and destroyed castle after all was distributed; later he abolished serfdom; that is why a monument of him is now, where the castle was before; some other monuments in the park, like the statue of the servant of queen Dagmar, who brought the message about her health in Ribe to king Valdemar in Skanderborg.
13.05.2022: Odder: “Danmark på tværs” is a national cycling route from Søndervig to København, I discovered first in Gammel Rye (Riksråd, king and reformation) and went eastwards direction costal lands (Kystlandet), the part of Kronjylland consisting of the districts Odder, Horsens and Julesminde. From the fields on the hills wonderful view to southern Djursland (Kalø penisula and castle ruin, with its history of economic policy, Mols Bjerge, Helgenæs and Ebeltoft); mind the miniature railway on the ceiling at Kvickly from the stands over the cashpoints; interesting new projects also here
14.05.2022: Gylling: Gylling stone (rune research about spelling and sense of content, changed from iron to viking age and in middle ages); the way from Odder to Gylling is part of East Jutlands cultural route and crossing the
15.05.2022: Hou: stone age findings at waterfront; several manisons of different origins in backlands, leading among others to some wars with Sweden; fishing and shipping places until mid 19th century; prosperity through England corn trade in 19th century (agricultural policy England); village foundation, railway and ferry to islands of Samsø and Tunø initiated by lord von Holstein-Rathlou; further historic information about village on site of local archive and historical map; today maritime atmoshpere with beaches and leisure port; overview of all beaches of Odder here.
16.05.2022: Åkær: manor first mentioned in 13th century for a knight of Gylling; 1398 deeded to bishop of Aarhus who got one of the largest owners in the area; after reformation 1536 property went to the crown, several owners and tennants but decayed; 1780 new private investments; villages formerly belonging to Åkær consist of manifold former tennant farms; after privatization emergence of cooperative movement; electricity and water contracts with adjacent areas, if necessary; today much gastronomy
17.05.2022: Alrø: island belonging to east jutland archipelago situated in Horsens Fjørd; moraine lake of last ice age; 7 km long, 3 km broad and 15 meters above sea level at the highest point, that is offering a scenic view; entrance via a dam in the north or cycle ferry from neighbour island Hjamø and Snaptun in the south possible; agricultural use, tartlets there are famous; some arts in ambience
18.05.2022: Vorsø: an island further is a natural reserve and bird sanctuary; cormoran populations nearly extinct in last century go resettled from there all over Denmark; important node for migratory birds; initiative in 1920s by Herluf Winge a zoologist in Copenhagen; his university bought island from his fortune, and payed a scholarship for the maintenance; since 1979 property of ministry of environment; now two humans live on island, reachable for them and visitors mostly not human from Søvind at low tide.
19.05.2022: Horsens: Findings of Ertebolle culture and domestic waste at Nørrestrand and Stenballe Sund; both were tunnel valleys, eroded at the last ice age, still visible today, and settled very early; archaeologists today are dealing with living conditions and nurishment, Nørrestrand today is a nature reserve, Stenballe is a living and leisure area.
20.05.2022: Boller castle and port: findings of ancient port, now fishing houses of last century and water castle grown over time, with challenging legal and moral history in 17th century (diverse legends and literature about the daughter of the influential landlord Munk, married with Christian IV, their 12 children, the roles of the royal council and the bishop of Århus)
21.05.2022: Snaptun: several fortifications from wars with Sweden and England; earliest fishing houses from beginning of 19th century; in 1860s construction of warehouse for trade with offshore islands, Horsens and later with England by a merchant of the city of Horsens; which errected customs infrastructure with houses, pier and civil servants, vivid trade; later shop, restaurant and hotel; increased fishig industry and harbor in early 20th century; peek in industrial fishing stopped due to relocation to other harbors; leisure and dinghy port; ferry to island of Hjarnø with Viking findings; according to Saxo Hjarnø was a king, who got crown and island for a poem he wrote for death king Frode. Some people did not agree, and killed him for that.
22.05.2022: Palsgard: castle, farm and park bought 1908 by english food supplement manufacturer, who later established farm, warehouses and other infrastructure in Juelsminde together with council.
23.05.2022: Juelsminde: ferry pier to Fyn known since 16th century, rapid growth with railway at the end of 19th begining of 20th century by port, brickworks and fishing industry, later tourism with leisure harbor and beaches
24.05.2022: Bjerre: major village of district between the two fjords of Horsens and Vejlle, already mentioned in king Valdemars earthbook, many reorganizations since then; prison is quite famous and being renovated at the moment for non prisoners.

If you want, do this exercise of a 12 year old child in school to find out about contractual complexity:

1. Do an agenda of what you did last week (f.e. working, shopping, learning)
2. Sort your activities according to groups you participated in (f.e. employees, clients, students)
3. Which sorts of legal contracts did you make? (f.e. work contract, purchase contract, service contract, loan contract)?
4. How much did you get and spend for which contract group and contract (shares of income and spendings)?
5. How much taxes did you pay, for which contract group and contract?
6. What did you get for your taxes?
7. How about your felt moral rights and duties?
8. Are there role conflicts? Then check your priorities.

Extension (contract groups):
3. Which alternative contracts are possible in your and other jurisdictions?
4. Do your earnings and spendings reflect your priorities?
5. Should you vote for another party?
6. Should you vote for another party?
7. Should you vote for another party?

Consider there are no global rules or tax policies.

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