+FamilieFrohne Posted November 23, 2022 Share Posted November 23, 2022 In the last few weeks I started thinking about one or probably two categories that maintain the Scandinavian cultural heritage in Denmark and Sweden. Both countries are rich with cultural heritage sites: from the time of the vaning ice age - for example the rock carvings in Tanum (Sweden) over the time of the Vikings - i.e. Fyrkat near Hobro (Denmark) or Trelleborg in southern Sweden - and the middle ages - as the danish towns of Tønder and Ribe can tell to the modern times in the last two centuries (like the old town of Karlshamn or Eksjö in Sweden). Denmark and Sweden collect their cultural heritage in official databases: the Danish Kulturstyrelsen in the https://www.kulturarv.dk the Swedish Riksantikvarieämbetet at https://www.raa.se . The category would be similar to the other cultural heritage categories (like "Deutsche Denkmallisten", "Australian Heritage Sites", "Belgium Monument Registers", "Spanish Heritage", "Norway Historical Sites", ... to name a few). I would like to first get an idea on how the proposed category is received by you before I give it any more thought. Also I don't know if I should make these two separate categories (here some advice from the experienced ones in that matter would be appreciated). 1 Quote Link to comment
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