Denmark: Christiansfeld

Christiansfeld is a town in Southern Denmark then was built created and fully designed and owned by the Moravian Church with the blessing of the King Christian VII (after whom it was named) in 1773-1800. The town looks almost fake – it’s so perfectly laid out: Church is in the middle, and streets radiate in a perfect grid from there with cookie-cutter identical brick houses. The Moravian stars are hanging in most windows and above most doorways. Since 2015, it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which frankly is ridiculous.