"The swans arch their necks in the limpid stream."
Ribe and the Castle Hill, 1904.
Dedication of the Domkirke, August 7, 1904. The Royal Family all up at the altar with the ministers etc. Lammel & Katie to the right, in the seats past ahead of crowd in the aisle. I [Jacob A. Riis] s
Ribe Domkirke. The "pagan" that was uncovered when the white wash of centuries was removed in the restoration (1904) -- see him up in the top of the arch to the left. He is supposed to be protecting a
Ribe. The Domkirke as restored after twenty one years of labor. The Marie tower rebuilt, had been down a couple of hundred years (the small tower to the right).
Ribe. The Domkirke as restored (1904) after twenty one years of labor. The Marie tower rebuilt, had been down a couple of hundred years (the small tower to the right).
The great organ in Ribe Domkirke, after the restoration, 1904.
Ribe, the pulpit in the Domkirke.
Ribe, "Slippen," the alley leading to the river, where my bother Theodore was drowned.
Ribe. The "pagan".
Ribe. Hausen's bakery, torn down in the restoration of the Domkirke to give more room.
Ribe, Interior of the Domkirke as restored, 1904.
"The accursed candle stick" in Ribe, Domkirke. Upon it is an inscription cursing the one who removes it. It was put up by some purse-proud knights in the middle ages.