Arhus Historic Buildings,
        Den Gamle By
Denmark
75 lovingly restored buildings from the 17th and 18th
Centuries are featured in this old town, many brought here
from other parts of Denmark.  There is also a lake.
The horses look very authentic for this time period.  But I
skipped the carriage ride in favor of my normal intensive
exploration on foot.
Colorful designs are the rule here.  This building was part of
a merchant's residence and warehouse.
It is the clockmaker's shop.  Left of the front door hangs a
traditional symbol of this craft, a round clock with hands.  
Very attractive orange design.  I entered the pastry shop,
which was still in business, with extremely tempting
chocolates for sale.
This color scheme was another of my favorites.  It looked
very solid, built upon a stone foundation.
If you have a high speed internet connection, watch the
Intrepid Berkeley Explorer's free video of this trip, "Vikings,
Tivoli and Trolls", by clicking on:
http://www.adventurepics.com/IBE/video1.aspx?
VF=TulipsThatYodel.wmv