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Bovbjerg Fyr At Ferring

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Bovbjerg Klint at Ferring is a cliff on the west coast of Denmark, 41 meters height over the North Sea. At its highest elevation is widely visible a red lighthouse, the Bovbjerg Fyr. The lighthouse is the highest point of the area and is open during daytime, and from the gallery you have a magnificent view over the North Sea and the surrounding landscape.

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A: Bovbjerg Klint at Ferring 5

di Rainer Kaufhold, 130 metri di distanza

Bovbjerg Klint at Ferring is a cliff on the west coast of Denmark, 41 meters height over the North Se...

Bovbjerg Klint at Ferring 5

B: Bovbjerg Klint at Ferring 3

di Rainer Kaufhold, 160 metri di distanza

Bovbjerg Klint at Ferring is a cliff on the west coast of Denmark, 41 meters height over the North Se...

Bovbjerg Klint at Ferring 3

C: Vejlby Klit 3

di Stephan Rautenberg, 6.0 km di distanza

Vejlby Klit is a narrow district at the west coast of Danemark ten km away from Lemvig. It is sourrou...

Vejlby Klit 3

D: Vejlby Klit 2

di Stephan Rautenberg, 6.1 km di distanza

Vejlby Klit is a narrow district at the west coast of Danemark ten km away from Lemvig. It is sourrou...

Vejlby Klit 2

E: Vejlby Klit 1

di Stephan Rautenberg, 6.1 km di distanza

Vejlby Klit is a narrow district at the west coast of Danemark ten km away from Lemvig. It is sourrou...

Vejlby Klit 1

F: Vejlby Klit 5

di Stephan Rautenberg, 6.4 km di distanza

Vejlby Klit is a narrow district at the west coast of Danemark ten km away from Lemvig. It is sourrou...

Vejlby Klit 5

G: Vejlby Klit 4

di Stephan Rautenberg, 7.1 km di distanza

Vejlby Klit is a narrow district at the west coast of Danemark ten km away from Lemvig. It is sourrou...

Vejlby Klit 4

H: Geilgaard Bakke lookout

di Stephan Rautenberg, 19.3 km di distanza

A few hundret meters from Nørre Nissum you can ascend a few steps to reach this lookout. Here you hav...

Geilgaard Bakke lookout

I: Icebergs near Thyholm

di Stephan Rautenberg, 25.7 km di distanza

Severe storm in new years eve has pushed large amounts of ice to the beach near Thyholm. It mounts up...

Icebergs near Thyholm

J: Sand Sculpture Festival in Søndervig 2012

di Per Melsvik, 43.2 km di distanza

Sand Sculpture Festival in Søndervig 2012

Questo panorama è stato scattato in Denmark, Europe

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Do not confuse the EU with the Council of Europe, which has 47 member states and dates to 1949. These two bodies share the same flag, national anthem, and mission of integrating Europe. The headquarters of the Council are located in Strasbourg, France, and it is most famous for its European Court of Human Rights.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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