This was taken on the coast of Denmark in Helsingør at the Kronborg castle. It inspired Shakespeare and was featured as Elsinore in Hamlet. This part of Denmark’s coast is a scant 4 km from Sweden, hence the placement of the castle, when these two countries were sworn enemies. I was told that if you go underwater, you can see proof of the warring factions through the mounds of cannonballs along the floor of the sea. As technology got progressively better, the cannonballs were able to go a further distance. But those that didn’t make it are still at the bottom of the ocean as small mounds of cannonballs slowly inching to the opposite coast.


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