The cathedral in Ribe/Denmark is the oldest one in the country, and it is situated in Denmarks oldest town. It is an interesting building with numerous extensions and improvements made in different styles. The oldest parts reach back until the 12th century. One interesting thing of this church are the two towers, which are completely different: One “traditional” with a pointed top, and one square one with a flat roof. That one was built for the defension of the town.
Photo data: Pentax K100D, 18-55 mm at 18 mm, f4.5, 1/15 second and ISO 400.