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Danevirke Museum

Thorough and detailed history of events leading up to 1864 BUT only if you speak Danish or German... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2015
Christopher B
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Bristol, United Kingdom
Historical place of Denmark's "great wall" to the former border of Germany

Guided tours in the area of Danevirke is recommended. The wall was build in several historical... read more

Reviewed 10 November 2017
Steen J
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Holbaek, Denmark
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10 Nov 2017
“Historical place of Denmark's "great wall" to the former border of Germany”
15 Jul 2016
“Impressive monument in the border zone”
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Reviewed 10 November 2017

Guided tours in the area of Danevirke is recommended. The wall was build in several historical periods. I 1864 the wall had a minor role for the danish defence. The fieldwork of 1864 has been maintained through a danish/german cooperation. You will have a good...More

Thank Steen J
Reviewed 15 July 2016

Visited with a coach tour, which had pre-arranged an excellent guide to give us the story in English, both inside the museum, and along the ramparts. Good insight into living in a border zone, where the Danish and the German identities rub up against each...More

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Reviewed 2 July 2015

Thorough and detailed history of events leading up to 1864 BUT only if you speak Danish or German. Lovely situation and a very pleasant restaurant next door!

1  Thank Christopher B
Reviewed 20 November 2014

The place itself is very interesting in terms of History, but the Museum seems to be under redevelpment as it was closed during "appearant" normal hours. The remains of the wall are quite impressive but, also, were a bit unattended and in need of better...More

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Reviewed 8 September 2014

The entrance fee is only 3 euro, but the museum is very small, so it's a fair price. The exhibition describes why and how the Danevirke was built. We spent 20 minutes inside. Also take a walk around the remains and reconstructions of Dannevirke near...More

3  Thank dane37
Reviewed 26 November 2013

The museum provides a nice overview of the attraction and after that, you can stroll around the fortification wall afterwards. There are some spots where you can still see the actual bricks. Was nominated for the World Cultural Heritage list.

2  Thank gammeldansk80
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