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I came in mind this English saying, and I can’t remember a similar saying in Danish. On my former photo a couple was glaring trough the windows to this little house. So did I take a look my self ;-) – I can’t remember how close I came – but this was the closest I got a photo of the windows :-)

And now some words about curiosity – If it weren’t this basic human instinct there surely wouldn’t have been made the progress within the field of electronics and science, which in the end made TE possible.

But curiosity seams also to be a guiding force in Danish produced TV programs – In over 50% of the programs the concept is to give us the inside of common people and VIP homes. Also programs like the English “Ground force” popular here.
I wonder if its only in Denmark people, has this “need to know” how other people (neighbours) lives and decorate there home?

My extra post shows the row of bathing houses in Marstal – Like the ones in Aereskoebing these are declare protected. But this only be course they have been there for over a hundred years – If anyone should want to build a new house nearby, the answer would be no for sure.

I been told this little tacked house the most photographed around – And I guess its true.

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