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A successful event begins with a good storyteller. Experience inspiring and dedicated guides, tour managers and lecturers who talk about exciting topics like history, culture and gastronomy.

Let us help organize a special experience tailored just for you or see our existing tours and lectures.

Let us find the right guide for your next vacation, bus tour or trip and give your organization, family, company or school a different experience. Book here

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There are many options. Find inspiration for your next trip or holiday to Denmark or for planning an experience for your family, association or company.

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Guideservice·Denmark is not to be held responsible for the performances of the guides, the guides are responsible for their own performances. 

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Franciscan Monks

The Franciscan Monks were a mendicant order created by St Francis of Assisi (1181-1226) in 1209. They were known as the Greyfriars because of the grey habits they wore. 

The Franciscan Monks were dedicated to live a life of poverty and simplicity. Rather than isolate themselves in their monasteries like previous orders of monks, the Franciscans devoted their lives to helping the poor. For this reason Franciscan monasteries were often found in towns and cities rather than in the countryside. The Poor Clares were Franciscan nuns who followed the rule of St Clare of Assisi (1194-1253).

The Franciscans created their first monastery in Denmark in Ribe in 1232. By the end of the Middle Ages there were 20 Franciscan monasteries in Denmark, many of them quite wealthy. After the Reformation of 1536, many of the monasteries were destroyed but there are still well preserved examples in Nykøbing Falster, Odense and Aalborg, which also has a musuem about the Franciscan Order.

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