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Nakskov

Day 11

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Nakskov is a small town and it's a very old town. The town itself is 750 years old and has a high number of Polish people living there. It is also one of the few towns in the area to have a Catholic Church, as most Danish people are Lutheran.

The town has suffered of late due to big companies moving out of the area, so there are not a lot of jobs, which makes for a number of empty buildings and a high number of homeless people. Despite this, it is still very pretty and worth a visit if you're in the area.

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Today we visited a friend Wiesia, who invited us for afternoon tea and dinner , with her daughter and husband as well. She lives on the Main Street of Nakskov, just out of the main town centre. Her house was gorgeous and full of items that made us feel so welcome and at home. We had a lovely Australian afternoon tea. We were lucky enough to have fresh pavlova that Weisa made, it was delicious. After dinner we headed back to Sakskøbing.

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Posted by Kris and Kayla 13:01 Archived in Denmark Tagged europe

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