Thursday, 24 April 2014


Since I have international readers, I thought maybe people would be interested in seeing one of the places I was last year.
I was at a place in Denmark called Ankerhus in Sorø for a seminar.
Ankerhus was founded in 1902 and is part of a home economics movement that started in the late 1800s.

The main building is from 1923. 

Today it’s part of University College Sjælland and is home to the bachelor degree in nutrition and health. It is one of the two places in Denmark that trains nutrition and household economy students. 

There are just under 400 students in the school. And of course the people who come in for different seminars like me.

Funny little overgrown building I slept in. It stands out from the rest of the place :)

I tried to figure out if this was some sort of small castle, but had no luck. We just have too many of those here…

Of course there was amazing food in a place like this! 


  1. It's so beautiful! SO much greenery, I love it! :)
    I must find somilar places around here, in Poland, and visit them as often as possible.

  2. How gorgeous! Igor, I forgot what you do for a living--I think it's in the science field---I want to say nursing, but I could have you mixed up with someone else. Anyhow, looks like you had an amazing place to stay at!

  3. Looks like a beautiful serene place. I'm sure it was enjoyable to stay. Thanks for sharing.