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Things To Do in Skagen

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M49***70Grenen is the northernmost point in Denmark. It is a sha Tsui, 4 kilometers away from the city. Known as the "Arctic" in Denmark. Two seas meet here (Skagerrak and Kattegat), and one sea at one foot, the waves meet, and there is so much fun. It is said that the sky here is very blue. A place not to be missed.
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TodemmyEasily accesible by car, large free of charge parking. Beautiful duna, great views from the very top. Somewhat windy so a windproof jacket comes handy.
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M49***70Skagen’s buried church (Den tilsandede kirke) was built in the 14th century, gradually buried by quicksand, and is now a museum.
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TodemmyThe Skagen Museum is a must-see for everyone who comes here. It brings together the creations of artists such as Romanticism, Impressionism, and Modernism. Skagen’s architecture, sea and light bring them unlimited inspiration. The feeling is no less than coming to a pilgrimage.
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112***81In the 18th century, Skagen suffered a serious desertification problem. The original Skagen Church (buried church) was once buried by sand and had to be abandoned in 1795. The current Skagen Church was built in 1841!
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112***81The gray towering lighthouse looks solitary in the desolate surroundings, very lonely and lonely!