Photos from Earth Hour 2010, Ribe, Denmark

Earth Hour - A historical walk in the dark Ribe with Ribe's night wachmen from Danhostel Ribe
Earth Hour - A historical walk in the dark Ribe with Ribe's night watchmen from Danhostel Ribe
Henrik Ravn tells about beheaded pirats on the meadow outside Danhostel Ribe
Henrik Ravn tells about beheaded medieval pirats on the meadow outside Danhostel Ribe. Not a nice sight for people on boats sailing to Ribe
Ribe's watchman Hans Peters has just told his group about the medieval night wacthman in Ribe who drank too much and fell asleep on duty when the town was flooded in an storm surge and the rich merchant's animals drowned. The night watchman lost his job, and as Hans Peters told us, Ribe found a new watchman who didn't drink and also was a better singer
Ribe's watchman Hans Peters has just told his group about the medieval night wacthman in Ribe who drank too much and fell asleep on duty when the town was flooded in an storm surge and the rich merchant's animals drowned. The night watchman lost his job and Ribe found a new watchman who didn't drink and also was a better singer
In Ribe's harbour, Skibbroen, The night watchman has told about storm surges through out history
In Ribe's harbour, Skibbroen, The night watchman has told about storm surges throughout history
The historical walk on Earth Hour 2010 in Ribe is over. We are back at the hostel and Hans Peters, one of Ribe's night watchmen tell's the last good story.
The historical walk on Earth Hour 2010 in Ribe is over. We are back at the hostel and Hans Peters, one of Ribe's night watchmen tell's the last good story.
Some of the hostels guests staid at the hostel to wach the big X-factor final on TV
Some of the guests at Danhostel Ribe staid at the hostel in candle light to watch the big X-factor final on TV. At the time we came back only Tine and Thomas were back in the final

 

Read about Earth Hour in Ribe: Earth Hour 2010 brings us back to Ribe’s medieval roots: a bishop killed by wild Vikings, witches burned,captured beheaded pirates, the death story of Denmark’s beloved queen Dagmar, fatal floods, and fires.