Thursday, 7 May 2009


The last port on our great baltic cruise. And a town, very much known for its great history in hanseatic times, known for its countless church-ruins, known for its well preserved city-wall, and known for its many roses in summer - but we are to early for that. But anyway, it was a very nice town, small enough to explore it by foot. It was still good weather, but a cold wind was blowing. The streets offered hundreds of great motives, as we explored on our photo-expedition with the ships photographer and some guests. Also this - as yesterday - a place to return to.

Streets of Visby

Sheeps crossing the streets