For the last post of this week, we take you to Denmark:

“Klint” stands for “cliff”. In this case a white chalk cliff of about 17 kilometers long. Since 2014, this location belongs to the UNESCO World Heritage List.

A church stands on top of the cliff. Due to erosion, the chancel fell into the sea in 1928.

The church – or what is left of it – dates from 1200. A new one was built in 1931, further away from the cliff.

Stevns Klint is located on the island of Zealand, to the south of Copenhagen. You can easily reach it by car. You can also visit a Cold War museum in the area.

More adventures await you next week!

What about you? Have you ever been to Stevns Klint? Or is Denmark still on your bucket list? Is this a place you would like to visit?

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