Svaneke is the easternmost town in Denmark, located on the island of Bornholm. Svaneke Kirke is the pride of the town – it is a unique church with pale-red walls and a black pointed roof. The temple is surrounded by a cemetery and fence painted in the same color as the facade of the church. The oldest parts of the building date back to the mid-14th century. At the top of the church’s tower there is a swan - a symbol of Svaneke, placed also in the coat of arms of the town. Tourists visiting Svaneke can also admire the lighthouse, historic wooden windmill, water tower, brewery and the Joboland amusement park.