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Dybboel Banke History Centre, Soenderborg
(3.7/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
Learn how Prussian troops stormed the Danish fortifications in the Danish-Prussian war of 1864 at Dybboel Banke History Centre. Michael Freddie and Ernst Lohse designed the center in 1992 on Dybbøl middle of entrenchment row, which was the scene of the siege and subsequent battle. The center tells the story of the battle through guided tours, films, slides, pictures, demonstrations, exhibits, and participatory activities. Walk along the reconstructed fortifications to see a blockhouse, powder magazines, roller bridges, and a soldier town with army barracks. Look for the memorial stone by Louis Appia and Charles Van de Velde commemorating the first use of the Red Cross symbol in an armed conflict. Plan your Dybboel Banke History Centre visit and explore what else you can see and do in Soenderborg using our Soenderborg tourist route planner.
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  • Because the Museum had themed days and lots of small tours, it was really exciting. Rundviseren did really well and we actively participated in the march in tact and common song to the great amusement of all.
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  • No one can well as Danes mark the greatest military defeat, but here it is made with really good mediation, two films, an exhibition and attempt to recreate the life behind the redoubts. That one also saw for quite a few-dime-can participate in activities bake a pancake or enjoy a time pea soup, makes it absolutely to a museum, there are also children's fit.
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  • Had visited Dybbøl for many years ago, but 150 years of battle in 1864 in 2014 and the many exciting publication about the war and so this new Centre, so we had to set off and explore. A small but really exciting museum told in contemporary and modern Danish, with cinemas and exhibitions out. How the soldiers lived, made food and what was an entrenchment. Inside one could on map view where did soldiers who died from in the country. A cruel war described in a sober way. Paid entre 100.00 as must go to maintenance and many guides are probably volunteers, but such a place ought to be free and paid for by the public so everyone come and see our history! A classy experience which can definitely be recommended to all.
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