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wood bars, then walls are painted, because the wood is reserved to important buildings.
It is said that the colour of a house reveals the social status of the house owner, as the colours aremade from pigments imported from abroad.
majorly old red briks houses, like Sct Mogens Gade (p.26)
red roofs, or oxyded green copper roofs.

Churches :
Small isolated churches all overDanemark
middle age, painted in white to be seen from far
now more coloured in dark pink

Events :
Hugo Matthiessens Vyborg fotograferet September 1917.
At the occasion of the 125thanniversary of the Viborg Stiftsmuseum, presentation of several pictures showing the architectural caracteristics of the city perwar. (middle class houses, rural houses)

Viborg Katedralskole :The Katedralskole was established around 1060 as a Catholic seminary
Neoclassical style with a Scandinavian modern interior.
The school was later landscaped with a garden because of a firein the area around the school.
Hack Kampmann started work in 1922 to extend the school

Our Lady Cathedral : Founded 1876 (Viborg Domkirke, Vor Frue Domkirke)
composed of 2 front hightowers, where we can climb thanks to a very impressive wooden stairs structure.
Sky view, we see it's made in a cross shape, whith two other little towers at the back.
The back of the cathedralis round

Copenhagen national bank :
established on the 1st August 1818 by King by Frederick IV of Denmark.
The building was designed by Arne Jacobsen in collaboration with Hans Dissingand Otto Weitling. After Jacobsen's death, it was his office who brought the building to completition.

Nyhavn district :
Nyhavn was constructed under King Christian V from 1670-73brightly coloured townhouses built with wood, bricks, and plaster.
Does anyone know what is particular about the N° 9 ?
It is the oldest house, built in 1661

Copenhagen stock exchange :