sculptorThere is a 5,000-person Danish village in Southern California called Solvang, in the San Ines Valley in Santa Barbara County, California. Solvang was founded by a group of Danes in 1911. It has grown into a theme town since 1947, when it attracted national media attention. The city has many bakeries, restaurants and businessmen, offering Danish flavors in California. Many of the exterior walls and buildings reflect traditional Danish styles. The 1:3 scale copy of the Copenhagen Round Tower or Rundetrn was completed in 1991 and can be seen in the city center.
RubylanlanAndersen Museum~The dream of a fairy tale prince in childhood, I haven't had the chance to go to Denmark, but you can feel the atmosphere in this small town. 🅿The car can be parked in the town and come very close.
In fact, it is more like a bookstore 📖. There are some bookmarks, greeting cards, puzzles and souvenirs for sale, and more are various books, and there are also some exhibitions of pictures. There are fewer, just take a look. It came out after a short stroll.
CongratulationsWhen you are in Solvang, you must come to see it. We watched two performances this summer. The first time I saw a beautiful lady, the second time I saw a knight. They are all as good as the Broadway Theater in New York. The singing and performance are live, and these young people are serious about it. Be sure to visit here when you are in Solvang.
_We***47Such a beautiful little district! From the minute I landed it was amazing. Weather is beautiful and mountain views from all over the city. If you're in LA it's a must to go visit only 2 hours by car!