Photographer's Note

In the 11th century Vestervig was the seat of the Bishop of Vendsyssel, the most northerly part of Jutland. Today it is a small village with less than 1,000 inhabitants. The church reminds us of its proud past even though the once-majestic basilica suffered over the centuries as the result of unsympathetic rebuilding and restoration. Careful renovation in the 1920s brought the church back to something like its original condition. It contains a number of Romanesque tombstones, including the oldest ones in Denmark (1210).

Camera Model Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
Shooting Date/Time 27-04-2007 09:20:04
Tv( Shutter Speed ) 1/1600
Av( Aperture Value ) 5.6
Exposure Compensation -2/3
ISO Speed 100
Lens 50.0 - 500.0 mm
Focal Length 98.0 mm
Image Quality RAW
White Balance Mode Auto
Picture Style User Defined 3(Standard)
Color Space Adobe RGB

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