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Danevirke Museum, Flensburg
(4.2/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • Who knew that ' The Danish wall ' is actually several centuries older than ' Chinese wall '? But here is a little modest museum which at best show tells the story of this important part of our history, with roots in the Viking age. Everything on the Danish, German and English. Small with good!
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  • A good museum, where history is followed chronologically on the trip around-starting from very ancient times and up to WW ". A trip out on the Redoubt after following-and then have a really good feel for what the Dannevirke was/is.
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  • An exciting museum, which showed a piece of Danish history in an exciting way. Also the exhibition about the Danish minority in Schleswig was good. Outdoor has Danish and German engineers recreated the entrenchment 14. The site can be recommended
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  • It's a private museum run by the Danish Minority Association in Schleswig-Holsten, the lack of support by the German authorities is remarkable. The museum is a comprehensive coverage of the Danevirke defensive line whch went across the entire width of the Jutland pensinsula here at its narrowest place and its historical importance.
  • Nice and informative museum. Highly competent guide/round shows.
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  • Here you can learn everything about the Dannewerk or Danewerk. Lovingly made and designed. It is worthwhile to look at the Museum
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  • Absolutely love the museum
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