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Location: Haderslev ParkGolf
Location type: vanHaderslev ParkGolfHaderslev, Denmark

All inclusive water, drainage, toilet, shower, 4 amp. Current. (10 amp. Electricity can be purchased.)

€20.00

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rating: 55

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Location type: sightNørrelandskirkenHolstebro, Denmark

Modernist church tower that appears to float above the ground. Designed by Danish architect couple Inger and Johannes Exner, the tower was erected in 1970 and was considered futuristic for the time.

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Location type: sightBjørnegrottenOdder, Denmark

An abandoned bear enclosure from a 19th-century zoo located in a Danish forest. The only remains of a zoo established in the 1800s by a local landowner, Emil von Holstein-Rathlou.

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Location type: sightMemphis MansionRanders, Denmark

An Elvis fan built Denmark's own version of Graceland. At the gate, you’ll be met with the sound of Elvis’s music, something you’ll hear throughout your visit. In the garden, you’ll find a replica of the singer’s birthplace.

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Location type: sightAalborgtårnetAalborg, Denmark

Famed for its shipyard and cement factories, this town took to modernism like a rivet to a girder. The tower was designed by local modernist architect Carlo Odgaard and constructed at Aalborg Shipyard. It stands 180 feet (55 meters) tall and features what was, at the time, the tallest exterior elevator in Scandinavia.

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Location type: sightOdinstårnetOdense, Denmark

A model memorial to the original Odin Tower, the second highest tower in Europe before it was sabotaged by Danish Nazis. The original tower was 177 meters high, built of residual materials from the construction of the New Lillebælts bridge by an engineer named Theobald Weber.

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Location type: sightPixlArtØstervrå, Denmark

Photography exhibition space housed in a former church. The church that houses Pixlart is also somewhat unusual for the region. Particularly in northern Denmark, white brick pre-Reformation churches with square towers are far more prevalent, and also mostly still in use as houses of worship.

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Location type: sightMinibyen SæbySæby, Denmark

Residents of this seaside village are building a miniature 1:10 scale version of their historic town. Formed in 2000, the volunteer organization started out meeting in the basements of the local transformer station and former waterworks department.

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Location type: sightTidens SamlingOdense, Denmark

This museum is a portal to 20th-century Denmark. While exploring the museum, you can do more than look at the exhibits - you can touch them, too, giving you a real feel for the time period.

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Location type: sightBrorfelde ObservatoryTølløse, Denmark

Built after WWII, the observatory site for the University of Copenhagen exhibits once world-class instruments. The former was the first fully automated meridian circle, and a world-class instrument.

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Location type: sightRebild National Park Society, Inc.Skørping, Denmark

Danes and Danish-Americans have been celebrating the American Independence Day in Denmark’s Rebild National Park since 1912. Rebild Park remains a picturesque area of green rolling hills. The path leading to the hills is lined with the U.S. and Danish flags along with flags from all 50 U.S. states and the Virgin Islands.

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Location type: sightDanmarks JernbanemuseumOdense, Denmark

Exhibition of preserved locomotives housed in a 1950s depot shows the history of Denmark's railway. The exhibition includes a string of iconic locomotives and wagons, from Denmark’s oldest preserved steam locomotive, H40, from 1868, to the large diesel electric ME locomotive from 1981.

Free