Those who dwell among the beauties and mysteries of the Earth are never alone or weary of life.
I wouldn’t dwell too much here when the night comes but now with the sun reflected in the frost, the cemetery is very beautiful. It’s always a pleasure to take a stroll among the huge trees and corridors.
Mariebjerg Cemetery is designated as one of the ten most significant works of architecture in Denmark. Mariebjerg was built in the years 1926-1936 under the direction of architect G. N. Brandt.
19 thoughts on “The Cemetery Mariebjerg”
I can feel the cold from those photos! Well done! Now I need a cup of tea…
It’s really refreshing with frost and a clear blue sky. I hope you had yourself a brilliant cup of tea!! 🙂
Hermoso lugar para morir eternamente….. un abrazo, Hanna!
¡Sí, lo es, Jacint! Pero espero que dure unos años. En realidad no tengo prisa pero nunca se sabe y supongo que es mejor así 🙂
a beautiful calm place, Hanna, thanks for sharing, I love old graveyards a lot and didn’t know how they look in Danmark
Dear Mitza. This particular cemetery is very special. Most of our cemeteries in Denmark are more traditional. Old graveyards are very profound as Cindy says.
All the best,
I always love to visit cemeteries wherever we are. Your photos are beautiful and the frost makes it even more special. We’re in Copenhagen in afew weeks time and I have added it to my wish list of places to visit,
Thanks a lot, Vanessa. If you go there you must have a map so you are able to find your way around. You may find important information in the link beneath my pictures and you can find more information’s here: Mariebjerg Kirkegårds particularly noteworthy departments
Let me know if you need further info!!
All the best,
Hanna, thanks for the additional information. I will have a look at the link. I hope we will have enough time to go there.
You are most welcome, Vanessa ❤
Gracias, Hanna, por mostrarnos este humilde y maravilloso cementerio integrado en la naturaleza. Siento una especial atracción hacia ellos.
Thanks so much, hugs.
La humilde cruz de madera me recuerda las pruebas de la vida, Isabel. Sobre la luz y la oscuridad, la vida y la muerte. Pero en medio de todo, de repente encuentro pequeñas flores de primavera, eso es absolutamente encantador ❤
All the best,
Sí, parece increíble. Todo tiene un toque muy mágico.
All the best.
Thank you, Isabel!!
The moss is so beautiful on those statues, Hanna. I can imagine spending a long while there. 🙂
Hi Jo. Every time I find new statues, exciting winding alleyways between giant trees, shady mausoleums and small enclosures with special burial sites. It would be great for a hike on Monday 🙂
It would! 🙂
Beautiful! Cemeteries are profound places~
Cemeteries are fascinating places that always have something to tell; the presence of history. Thank you, Cindy !!
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