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|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||358|
|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.
Gret Belt Bridge, Denmark ( 1.624 Meters ). The Artificial Island of Sprog° connecting the East and West road- and rail link across The Great Belt, Denmark.||07/29/2005||835|
|This is the residence of the Ambassador of the U.S.A in Denmark located in Skovshoved north of Copenhagen.|
|All Latterday Saints (LDS) churches and meeting houses in Denmark ||08/16/2005||341|
|Grenen is a major tourist attraction in Denmark. Here you can stand in two oceans at a time. One foot in Skagerrak, a part of the North Sea and Atlantic Ocean, and Kattegat, a part of the Baltic Sea.|
You can come here by the Sandormen, a tractor pulled bus and by foot from the parking lot just south of Grenen at the most northern roundabout in Denmark.
|Copenhagen Denmark Restaurant - Australian Cuisine - They moved. The new address ius Jernbanegade 4||10/02/2005||292|
|Here are all airfields (not airports) in Denmark located. Some are shown by GE directly but wrong placed.|
Most are public but some are private.
|Frederiksberg Svoemmehal, Copenhagen, Denmark - Public pool (indoor) in Copenhagen, Denmark||09/18/2005||256|
|Connection between Denmark and Sweden. West of the island the connection is a tunnel, below and East of the island is Oeresund Bridge, 16 km long, finished in 2000.|
Information by Claudio Marchesin:
In 1991, the governments of Denmark and Sweden agreed to build a bridge to connect the two countries across the Oresund Strait. The 16-kilometer-long Oresund Link b...
|The wind- and water mills in Denmark have a long history since the first water mills were build near monasteries around year 1100. Around 1234 the first wind mill was build in Skaane in Sweden.|
Since then every city and village had their own mill.
Around 1900 there were around 5000 mills in Denmark but today there only around 500-600 mills. Around 275 in very good conditio...
|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. Carbon dating has determined him to be from around 290 BC. Grauballe Man is currently on display at the Moesgaard Museum near Aarhus, Denmark.|