Christiania

4 thoughts on “Christiania”

  1. My first visit to Christiania was in 78. No entry fee then, some grass sold but basically just a sad monument of gone by times. I returned in the mid 90s, still no entry fee but nothing more than some rotten buildings and bored visitors. As long as you didn’t try a close-up portrait of locals you could take photos of the premises. Thxs for your blog, it fits perfectly to my previous experiences.

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    1. Thank you for the reply I really appreciate it! Interesting to see how Christiania has developed through the years also. Certainly wasn’t for me but we have to see these things with our own eyes for sure.

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