This large Lutheran cathedral is located about 300 meters southeast of the city square. The plain four sided bell tower is visible from the square. The simple architecture featuring stair stepped gables and blocked buttresses is characteristic of many churches in Denmark. The low frills architectural style is difficult to categorize. The interior artwork done by local artisans, is fairly interesting.
The cathedral is surrounded by a nice city park. The weeds shown growing along the fence are not typical of Danish culture.
This steam train runs between Maribo and Bandholm in the summertime on 3 times a day on Thursdays and Sundays. The train was built in 1879 and now runs as a museum train.
The train ride is great, it goes through a forest in a slow pace and there are stops along the way if you want to get of. The 40 minute ride ends at the habour of Bandholm, and after 15 minutes the train goes back to Maribo. On the train you can go to the front of the train and watch them shuffle in the coal, and you can see all the old things they used to run the train line.
There are 1. class and 2. class on the train. On 1. class you get to sit on beautiful red velvet and for this luxury you pay 10 DKK more.
Prices for a return: adults 50 DKK and children 30DKK
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