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Carmelite Kloster

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Close to Sankt Olai Kirke stands Sankt Marie Kirke. Its 15th-century Carmelite Kloster is one of the best-preserved examples of medieval...

Frederiksborg Slot

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The Danish royal family's castles are a motley lot, and Hillerød's Frederiksborg Slot is one of the few that can be called a true beauty.

GeoCenter Møns Klint

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While in town, you may want to join the Danish families hunting for fossils. You can have your fossils identified at the GeoCenter Møns...

Karen Blixen Museum

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The Karen Blixen Museum in Rungstedlund, is in the elegant, airy manor of Baroness Karen Blixen, who wrote Out of Africa under the...

Kronborg Slot

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Kronborg Slot dominates the city of Helsingør. Built in the late 1500s, it's the inspiration for Elsinore castle in Shakespeare's Hamlet...

Lejre Forsøgscenter

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Back in the Iron Age, Lejre was the capital of the Lejre Kingdom; some scholars believe it's mentioned in Beowulf. These days it's...


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The must-see Louisiana is a modern-art museum with fresh, often-witty temporary exhibitions and an impressive permanent collection that...

Møns Klint

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The island of Møn is most famous for its dramatic chalk cliffs, known in Danish as Møns Klint. Circled by a beech forest, the milky-white...

Roskilde Domkirke

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Construction began on Roskilde Domkirke around 1170 on the site of a church erected 200 years earlier by the Viking hero Harald Bluetooth.

Sankt Olai Kirke

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On the corner of Stengade and Sankt Annægade near the harbor is Sankt Olai Kirke, worth a peek for its elaborately carved wooden altar.


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