Dragør - a piece of old Holland in the state of Denmark, where once settled immigrants from the Netherlands. Narrow streets, wooden houses with roofs of reeds, the mass of flowers in the gardens - the tranquil pastoral.
The cozy provincial town Dragør is located on the southeastern tip of the peninsula Amagёr, not far from Copenhagen - the perfect place to relax from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Dragør - the old fishing village by the sea with its own special atmosphere: narrow cobbled streets, a miniature house in yellow colors, decorated with colorful flower gardens, a lively marina, dozens of sailboats in the sea and so close the Swedish coast. This place can rightly be called a real "Denmark in miniature", which to this day are carefully maritime tradition of the city.
Dragør History begins with the XVI century, the main occupation of residents was trading in Baltic herring, which determined the "fishing" the fate of the city. Several centuries later Dragør became the third largest port city in Denmark and already ships began to form a kind of image of the city.
The Dräger almost intact preserved Old Town. The old town is the Church of the Assumption, All Saints Church and a medieval house Knut Jensen.
The Old Town is surrounded by very picturesque street lined with small old houses that have been preserved here in its original form. Cobblestone, which paved the streets, and remained here since the Middle Ages.
In the harbor Drager is Maritime Museum and fishing. It lovingly collected items related to the fishing town of the past.
The dredger has a Museum of Art and Painting . It is located in the noble estate of XVIII century., In the partially reconstituted and reconstructed buildings of the era. The dredger is also a house-museum of the famous Danish artist Kristian Molsteda (1862-1930).
Also, be sure to look into Amagёr Museum (Amagermuseet), in which the past literally comes alive. The museum - a small farm early XX century with its typical owners in national costumes involved an interesting work on the house and on the site. This is how the Danish cultural landscape looked before the start of the last century.
Amager Museum - is a traditional farmhouse. Here they grow roots and flowers are bred sheep, rabbits, Kurets, pigs and other domestic animals, and in the huts with the old interior of visitors meet residents in traditional costumes.