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  • 1. Museum of Bornholm

    Museum/Gallery

    Its location in the south Baltic has drawn settlers and traders to Bornholm since prehistoric days, and much of that 10,000-year history is...

    Its location in the south Baltic has drawn settlers and traders to Bornholm since prehistoric days, and much of that 10,000-year history is recorded and displayed at this centrally located museum. It pays special attention to the island's clockmaking past and its role during the occupation by Germany and the Soviet Union in World War II. The museum also manages three other historical sights within Ronne: a 19th-century farmhouse with attached flower and herb garden, a farm museum, and a ceramics factory.

    Skt. Mortensgade 29, Rønne, Capital Region, 3700, Denmark
    45-5695–0735

    Sight Details

    Rate Includes: 50 DKK, Mid-May–June and mid-Aug–mid-Oct, Mon.–Sat. 10–5; July and Aug., daily 10–5; mid-Oct–mid-May weekdays 1–4, Sat. 11–3
  • 2. St. Nicolai Church

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    It's fitting that the first building most people see when arriving by ship is dedicated to the patron saint of seafarers. Dominating the skyline...

    It's fitting that the first building most people see when arriving by ship is dedicated to the patron saint of seafarers. Dominating the skyline, the Lutheran St. Nikolai Church dates back to the 12th century, but has been extensively remodeled and refurbished over the centuries. The church is also believed to be the only one in Europe to have an entirely granite floor.

    Kirkepladsen 20, Rønne, Capital Region, 3700, Denmark
    44-5695–3695
  • 3. Store Torv

    Plaza/Square

    Originally built for military drills, this cobbled square has since become the main town center of Ronne and the hub of its cultural and business...

    Originally built for military drills, this cobbled square has since become the main town center of Ronne and the hub of its cultural and business life. In addition to the numerous shops, cafes, and restaurants surrounding the space, there are often booths set up where locals sell handicrafts, farm produce, and fish. The large neo-classical building at the top of the square is the former town hall, courthouse, and jail.

    Rønne, Capital Region, 3700, Denmark
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