Usually the area in front of the train station looks like this, but every so often it's the site of a local flea market and looks like the following photo. We had fun looking at what was up for sale -- much the same as flea markets at home, though with a Danish twist. Tempting price, so I had to remind myself that we pay for overweight in luggage when we fly home, which quickly adds up.
Turning left at the train station, we quickly come to one of the wonderful walking paths. Many are paved and go through beautiful wooded areas or along agricultural lands.
One walking path leads by the local church yard cemetery. I'm not sure how typical this is of Denmark, but here the plots are divided by hedges. It appears that a lot of individuality is permitted in how the little "gardens" are developed. Some are very simple with a grave marker; others are more cultivated and planted with trees and shrubs.
Aren't they beautiful? The chapel is next to the cemetery as are watering cans for keeping up the gardens. We found the place very peaceful, and we liked the idea of a small private garden as a burial plot.
Around the corner from the church and cemetery is this burial mound. It's obviously a crypt for some rather important people, but there aren't any signs or markings to identify it. Interesting what one sees when exploring on foot, isn't it?
The entrance and the view inside.
I'd say it's a pretty ostentatious burial to be unmarked, wouldn't you?