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Malmöhus – Castle, Prison, Museum

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAAbout Malmöhus is written on www.malmo.se:

Scandinavia´s oldest surviving Renaissance castle

Eric of Pomerania, king of Denmark, Norway and
Sweden (at that time a unified kingdom), built a castle on the site now occupied by Malmöhus in 1434. The strategic location was of great importance. From here, the west side of the city could be protected and shipping traffic on the southern part of the Öresund monitored.

Malmöhus acquired its present appearance following major reconstruction in the mid 16th century, when King Christian III ordered the building of a modern fortress, splendid Renaissance castle and county governor´s residence, all on the one site.

Denmark´s coins were minted here in the Middle Ages. Crown Prince Frederick held wild parties here in the 16th century. Prisoners were beheaded in the courtyard in the 19th century. Malmöhus has now been restored in the spirit of the 16th century and is part of the Malmö Museums, the largest museum in southern Sweden. The castle is part of Sweden´s cultural heritage and is managed by the National Property Board.

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What?

After reading
I want to break silence
talking about task force
the situation is out of control
In Israel

Next step
begin to live
another deep blue day
take the phone and
say Hello

The world according to my newspaper

understanding of the world outside

The structure of my day
will be this unless I change my mind:

Morning from  8 to 10
Project 1 from 10 to 12
Break                12 to 14
Project 2 from 14 to 18
Evening from   18 to 22

Project 1 will today be “I want more”
Project 2 will be the Piano

Now the situation is so deep and the consequences will survive the mental lazyness .
Prehistoric investigations
Disturbing my neighbourg
Postmodern Earmodern until Slavementality is transformed to More and more.
Sorry for taking your time
I will come back later.

Color: White
Star: Saturn and his moon
Locality: Paris
Agent 001 and Agent 002 in Berlin
Normal normality
Later and friction and groofs

 

and luckily
Gregory Foster