Fresh air in the countryside and smoke and steam in the city
Everything is pastoral and idyllic in the countryside, at least that was the message of the Golden Age. Many Danish values come from developments that happened during the 1800s, as well within politics, education as technology.
During the 19th century, most people lived in the countryside, working as farmers, kitchen helpers or similar manual labour, and most of your day was filled with hard work.Industrialisation finally reached Odense during the 1800s, and with the new canal, Odense became a real market town. People moved from the countryside and into the city, which made Odense double in size. Commerce was growing, a new railway was made, and new residential areas were created to house all the new workers in the city.