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Hans Nyberg

Mols Bjerge - Nationalpark in Denmark

Djursland, Mols, Denmark

June 21 UTC 17.00 - 19.00 local time

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© 2008 Hans Nyberg, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

Mols Bjerge or in English the Mountains of Mols is by no means what you would call mountain in most countries.

But in Denmark the highest elevation is 170 meters and even if The Hills of Mols are only 137m at the highest point they are still called mountains. And at the place you stand you have one of the most beautiful views in Denmark.

The Hills of Mols is one of Denmark's most fascinating landscapes. It was created during the last Ice age 4-15.000 years ago. The area is protected by the Nature Conservation Act since 1976. You can access the area by by car.

Since January 2008 it has been elevated from a protected area to become one of the 5 coming National Parks in Denmark

The area has fourteen Bronze Age burial mounds of which you see 2 here at "Trehøje" The 3 Hills. The last grave mound is hidden behind the one to the left of the sun.

Location

Europe / Denmark

Lat: 56° 12' 16.66" N
Long: 10° 31' 51.74" E

Elevation: 124

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

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Equipment

Canon 5D - Tokina 10-17mm at 14mm - NodalNinja3 - PTGui 7.8 - Enfused with Bracketeer - CubicConverter
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