2020 Denmark

Travel destination – Aarhus and the Mountains of Mols Aarhus is the second-largest city in denmark In 2017, Aarhus was the european capital of culture along with paphos in cyprus. The most recent ice age in Denmark, the Late Weichsel Ice Age, which has left its mark on the Mountains of Mols, ceased for approx. 11,600…

2020 Denmark

Travel destination – Lolland – Møn The largest town of Lolland is Nakskov, with 12,600 residents. Lolland is also known as the “pancake island” because of its flatness. The largest town on Møn is Stege with a population around 4,000. Møn is known for its natural environment, sandy beaches, fresco-decorated churches, Stone Age and Bronze Age passage graves…

2020 Denmark

Travel destination – Skælskør – Agersø Skælskør has a population of 6,455 (1 January 2020). Skælskør Fjord is difficult to navigate, and was one of the last waters in Denmark that legally required a pilot on recreational boats. Agersø is a Danish island in the Great Belt close to Zealand. The island covers an area…

2020 Denmark

Travel destination – Bornholm – Denmark By sea to Copenhagen there is 180 km. Longest distance in direct line from Hammeren to Dueodde is 40 km. Bicycle tracks: In total 235 km. Svaneke is, as known, the town in Denmark with the most sunshine hours. Today tourism has become one of the most important industries…