9 Sights in Syddjurs Municipality, Denmark (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Syddjurs Municipality, Denmark. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 9 sights are available in Syddjurs Municipality, Denmark.List of cities in Denmark Sightseeing Tours in Syddjurs Municipality
1. Tved Kirke
tved Church stands on a high mountain above the king's ear chin. It appeared in 1100 years of history, and it was very large for the church in the village. Buildings were whitewashed, boats and choirs were sealed with lead. The church is a "cult", that is. We must ensure that our goal is to achieve real peace in Europe. Where we hope to find the tower in the west, we are building a huge chapel, which is covered. In 1940-45, the church underwent a thorough restoration, and in the process of laying new floors, it encountered an old crypt, which has been used for funerals of the Sandcastle family, an ancient aristocratic lineage. On willows and ice sheets.
2. Helgenæs Kirke
The Church of the Saints was the church of the former Moorish parish of the Saints, which is the county of Landers, now the commune of South Degale. The rather tall church consists of chorus and boats, forts and towers. The chorus and the boat are made of primitive granite and with Roman-era flat ceilings. In the late Middle Ages, the ship was extended for about a year. Three meters in the west, then built towers and vaults in the choir. The armory in the south was also built with red brick walls.
3. Historiske kalkbrændeovne
Lime incineration was carried out in County Durgis from 1840 to 1980, which included: in birkesig village east of djursland, 15 km south of the branch, there were three historic lime burning furnaces, which were restored in 2002. They used it until 1935, witnessing an ancient lime burning process in the area that continued to be used for at least 150 years and is considered of commercial importance in the area. The starting point is a local product example of lime brick.
4. Olaf Ryes Skanser
The general Keskan is a fortress on a narrow country canyon in the land of South De Jules. It separates the peninsula saint from the dock. The facility, which originated from the three-year war against the Germans of 1848-50, has remnants of the fortifications visible at the site, as if there were information stations and open spaces for visitors visiting peace facilities.
5. Ree Park Ebeltoft Safari
Ree Park – Ebeltoft Safari is a safari park in Djursland on the peninsula of Jutland, Denmark. The safari park is the home of more than 800 animals of 80 species from 5 different continents. This popular tourist attraction offers its guests a comprehensive insight in the life and behaviour of animals from Europe, Africa, North America, South America and Asia.
6. Sletterhage Fyr
Sletterhage Lighthouse is located in Denmark on the southern tip of the Djursland peninsula protruding into the Kattegat between Denmark and Sweden at the entrance to the Baltic Sea. The concrete lighthouse was built in 1894 to help guide ships to and from the Port of Aarhus, via a shipping lane that passes close to the lighthouse isthmus.
7. Ørnbjerg Mølle
Eagle Hill Mill is a water mill in the forest southeast of Fieldbala in the Wool Tree of the Wharf Range in the County de Ewes National Park, about 2km west of Stump Lake in the County South de Ewes Borough. The mill, which has been state-owned since 2009 and currently serves as a museum mill, has been peaceful since 1990.
8. The German Tower
The German Tower is a bunker-like fortress tower on Helgenæs that served as a radar tower for the Germans during World War 2. From here, the Germans had a view of the southern Kattegat's islands and the entrance to The Port of Aarhus.
9. Skader Kirke
Skader church is the parish church in Skader Parish, which belongs to the Diocese of Aarhus and is located in Syddjurs Municipality and Sønderhald Herred. The church is located 18 kilometers southeast of Randers.
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