Last year, we were suppose to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Reunification. Summer hundred years ago, Southern Jutland officially become part of Denmark again after having been part of Germany. The reunification was the result of a referendum in which a majority of the population in North Schleswig voted home to Denmark.
In 1920, King Christian X celebrated the Reunification by crossing the old border from Denmark to Germany in Frederikshøj near Kolding, on his horse. This moment has, since then, become almost iconic for the reunification.
Today, Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik and Prince Christian visited Frederikshøj crossing the old broder once again. Later on, the three of them attended a church service in Haderslev Cathedral. Queen Margarethe then drove to Aabenraa and tonight she host a dinner at Dannebrog in Sønderborg.
Fortunately, I happen to live near by and could not help myself from showing up and get a glimpse of the Queen, Crown Prince Frederik and Prince Christian. Actually, it is the first time I see Queen Margrethe and what an experience it was. I really want to share a few photos with you from my "meeting" today.
You are very welcome to share my photos, but with proper credit. Thanks.