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|All Latterday Saints (LDS) churches and meeting houses in Denmark ||08/16/2005||413|
|An amazing place far from all cities.||08/25/2006||4,344|
|Meeting place of the North American and European (the southern one) tectonic plates. Each year they drift away from eachother about 2 centimeters.||05/10/2006||1,131|
|A submarine between the danish mainland and the island of Læsø is heading south. Maybe someone can identify this sub.|
You can only see it, when you turn on the timeslider and set it to June 22, 2009. This picture was added since the last update in December.
ADMIN NOTE: Looks like a German Type 212 submarine. You see them often around the waters of Denmark.
|In Brandenburg there is a place named Bärenklau. Google has totally messed up with the description of the place. |
Instead of describing the place they describe the plant Heracleum (In German Bärenklau). The place has nothing to do with that plant at all.
|After the defeat of Germany in World War I Germany was forced to accept a plebiscite whose unilateral conditions then were defined by Denmark.|
The first plebiscite was held in later Northern Schleswig on February 14, 1920. The zone was defined by Denmark as far towards the South as possible. So called Northern Schleswig (Zone I) had to vote en bloc (i.e. as a unit with the majori...
|Approximately location of the meeting point of the 3 time zones UTC-1, UTC-2 and UTC-3. The only place in the world where 3 zones meet happens here on this point between Norway, Finland and Russia.|
Another curiosity is the border between Norway and Russia. When you cross the border you go from UTC-1 to UTC-3, 2 hours difference for a small step over a borderline.
|The Dome: The unmissable meeting place for every kind of show in the city of Marseille (France)||12/17/2005||386|
|From around 1100 to 1523 this was the possible place for the King of Denmark and the leading men of this region to meet and dicuss the State of the Union. Nobody knows if it's the right spot or if it was somewhere nearby.|
Every region in Denmark had a thingstead. Many places around Denmark they can still be seen. At the village Gulde in Schleswig (Germany) a thingstead as they mi...
|Previously the Viking capital of Denmark, today Jelling is a small village. It is the site of the burial mounds of King Gorm the Old of Denmark and his wife Thyra, parents of King Harald Bluetooth.||03/07/2007||407|
|In Smedegade, Aeroskobing, you can see the smallest house in Denmark. It's called Dukkehuset, the doll house. When you stand next to it you know why.|
It's 26 m2 and housed years ago a family of 8. Today it's used as holiday apartment.
It's also one one the most photographed houses in Denmark.
|Frøslev Prison Camp (Danish: Frøslevlejren; German: Polizeigefangenenlager Frøslev) was an internment camp in German-occupied Denmark during World War II.|
In order to avoid deportation of Danes to German concentration camps, Danish authorities suggested, in January 1944, that an internment camp be created in Denmark. The German occupation authorities consented, and the camp was e...