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|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...
|Or just Frilandsmuseum is a museum under the danish national museum showing dayly life in Denmark from 1850 to 1950. It contain farms, houses and mills from all partts of Denmark including old danish areas in northern Germany, southern Sweden and the Faroe Islands. Also agricultural animals are shown.|
The museum is one of the oldest and biggest in the world and is 86 acres big.
|Hvidsten group (Danish: Hvidstengruppen) was a Danish resistance group during World War II. Its name stems from an inn called Hvidsten Kro between Randers and Mariager in Jutland where it was formed. It started in 1943 and existed until 1944 when its members were arrested by the Gestapo. The identity of its members had been revealed by a captured British agent who under torture had revealed wha...||08/09/2009||242|
|Buildings from the 18th century showing the life of trade in Bergen but also restaurants, souvenir shops and museums. One museum, the Theta Museet, is the resistance museum showing how the resistance groups worked and hided from the Nazis during the occupation. One special thing you see when you visit the museum is how you open the door, they used an electric key with two ends.|
|A modern and living museum (7600 m²) with 50 Danish and foreign aircraft from 1911-2000, including gliders, vintage aircraft, jet fighters and helicopters.|
The collection exhibits the 11 KZ-type aircraft, built in Denmark 1937-1956, for example the old KZ-IV ambulance aircraft. Eight of the aircraft on show are the only remaining specimen in the world. 16 aircraft are airworthy.<...
|This museum shows the history of danish State Railways DSB) trains, ferries and busses on 10000 sqm.|
During summer there is also a possibility to go by steam train from the museum to Fruens Boege and visit the zoo.
The museum is located at the railway station in the old round house. 2 min walk away.
|The Danish Tramway Museum is a museum placed in Jystrup, Denmark, between Ringsted and Hvalsø. It is close to the estate Skjoldenæsholm and it often referred to as The Tramway Museum of Skjoldenæsholm.|
The museum opened on May 26, 1978 and is today driven by Sporvejshistorisk Selskab. The exhibition contains numerous busses, trams, locomotives, and other materials concerning publ...
|This is the Danish SKODA Museum at Krengerup Castle at Glamsbjerg.|
Here some enthusiastic people and fans of the famous czech car shows and tells the story about the SKODA.
|From 1864 to 1920 the Danish area "Sønderjylland", including the city Tønder, was part of Germany.|
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 plant, heating central and waterworks.
The Zeppelin- and Garrison Muse...
|Ryvangen located north of Copenhagen was the place the Nazis executed danish resistance members. 202 members were found burried here and 106 were reburried after identification. Also burried here are 31 danes who died in german KZ's. And 151 resistance members with unknown burial-place are remembered on a wall located at the pin.||03/23/2006||1,034|
|Skamlingsbanken at Christiansfeld is the highest point in South Denmark with 113 meters.|
1843 it became national site and fiests were held for the danish national feeling.
In the center is a pillar remembering the danish cause but 1863 it was blown up by prussians but re-rised 1866. You can still see the damages from the blow up. Beside the pillar is the flag pole with the danish ...
|National museum of Denmark in Copenhagen. All of danish history is shown here.||02/04/2006||299|