Files in Denmark
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|The River Skjern (Danish: Skjern Å) is the largest river in Denmark. The river drains an area the size of approximately 10% of the entire country and is the most water rich river in Denmark. The av...||10/20/2010||1,461|
|This is the sadly remains of one of the most famous danish ferries M/S Pinen that sailed on the route Pinen-Plagen at todays Sallingsund Bridge from 1958 to 1978, it's now on Islands Brygge in Cope...||02/25/2010||586|
|Timeslider set to Nov. 8. 2000.|
Ordrupbanen was a bicycle arena in Ordrup at Copenhagen. The arena was built in 1888 and was continued until the year 2000.
|On this place stod the birthplace of German painter Emil Nolde. He left the house in 1904 when he moved to the island Als. He lived here during summers, in the winter he lived in Berlin.
|Holger Henrik Herholdt Drachmann (October 9, 1846 – January 14, 1908), was a Danish poet and dramatist. He is an outstanding figure of the Modern Break-Through.|
The son of Dr AG Drac...
|During the First World War the German Imperial Navy operated Zeppelin airships from Tønder. The base was placed a few kilometers north of the city and was virtually self-supporting with its own gas...||01/15/2010||873|
|The Trundholm sun chariot (Danish: Solvognen), is a late Nordic Bronze Age artifact discovered in Denmark, that has been interpreted as a depiction of the sun being pulled by a mare that may have r...||01/07/2010||469|
|The Gundestrup cauldron is a richly-decorated silver vessel, thought to date to the 1st century BC, placing it into the late La Tène period. It was found in 1891 in a peat bog near the hamlet of...||01/07/2010||376|
|The Hjortspring boat is a vessel designed as a large canoe, from the Scandinavian Pre-Roman Iron Age, that was excavated in 1921–1922 in Hjortspring Mose at Als in Sønderjylland. It was a clinker-b...||01/07/2010||417|
|The Grauballe Man is one of the best preserved bog bodies in the world. He was found on April 26, 1952, in a bog near the village of Grauballe in Jutland, Denmark, by a person digging for peat. Car...||01/07/2010||471|
|The Tollund Man is the naturally mummified corpse of a man who lived during the 4th century BC, during the time period characterised in Scandinavia as the Pre-Roman Iron Age. He was found in 1950 b...||01/07/2010||405|
|Grønsalen or Grønjægers Høj is located near Fanefjord Church on the Danish island of Møn. Some 100 meters long and 10 meters wide, it is Denmark's largest long barrow and is widely recognised as on...||01/07/2010||370|
|The Broskovvejen (Broskov Road) is a road from the Roman Iron Age in Denmark. The well-preserved stretch of road between Tappernøje and Præstø on the island of Zealand. It dates from a time of live...||01/07/2010||332|
|Not far away from Over Jerstal at Holmshus is one of Jutland's most impressive grave sites from the Stone Age. It consists, among others, of two parallel long barrows which are over 100 m long. The...||01/07/2010||359|
|North of the river - in the meadow west of the turnpike is an upright stone. It can easily be seen from the road, and on closer inspection found a carved, troll-like mask image with braided beard o...||01/07/2010||346|
|Jyndovnen is a pretty long barrow from the Neolithic period in Godthaab, just north of Ginnerup. The cairn lies today in a cultivated landscape, but when it was completed more than 5,000 years ago,...||01/07/2010||312|
|Klekkende Høj is a megalithic tomb on the island of Møn in Denmark. It takes its name near the village of Klekkende. Høj, from the Old Norse word haugr, means hill, mound or barrow.|
|Troldkirken is a Bronze Age megalith situated near the village of St. Restrup, Denmark. It is a dolmen, with a polygonal chambered mound covered by a capstone and surrounded by forty-eight large st...||01/05/2010||334|
|Nydam Mose ("Nydam Bog") is a modern day excavation site located at Øster Sottrup, a town located in Sundeved, eight kilometres from Sønderborg, Denmark.|
The bog, which in ...
|Brovold at todays Augustenborg was build at the end of the Viking aera. It was mostly cattles they sold here, but also craftsmen and other traders came here.|
It was build up as the v...