The culture-historical sights in Denmark consist of old, historic buildings, monuments and memorial, placed on historically interesting places, bunker installations, castle ruins, old and intact workshops, cemeteries and burial places with interesting stone formations, iron-age settlements, viking-age villages and castles, grave mounds, long barrows, cromlechs, passage graves – often underground – with burial chambers, as well as other places, which exude a long and eventful history.
In the old workshops you can observe how a blacksmith forges a horseshoe over open fire.
The many bunker installations and fortifications illustrate life in and around the buildings during World War 2.
All around the country you can experience old houses and schools, which appear in the original style with genuine furniture and interior.
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Den Gamle Smedie, Vildbjerg
See how the old smiting is carried out
Egtved Pigens gravplads
One of Denmark's best preserved finds from the bronze age
Specialities in an old water mill near Fredericia
Old farm in an idyllic nature area in the bay Nissum Bredning
Visit the oldest castle ruin in Northern Europe on the top of Bornholm
Han Herred Havbåde
Experience when the old coasting vessels are being prepared for coming back at sea.
Reconstruction of the oldest plank-built boat in Scandinavia - in Nordborg on Als
Castle ruin from 1313
A well-preserved and historic burial place in Nørresundby
Brick kiln from the year 1355 in Vejle
Forest with an abundant of barrows - just north of Horslunde
Burial customs from the neolithic period
Reconstruction of the bridge Ravningbroen from the Viking age
Former landing place for fishing vessels near Snedsted
An idyllic watermill in timber frame and with a thatched roof on Als
Denmark's largest viking stronghold near Aggersund
Experience the old Viking fortress of Harald Bluetooth from the year 980 near Slagelse