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Rytterknaegten
Denmark

Here is the highest point of Bornholm - Rytterknægten (162 metres).

The 13 m high granite tower was built for the memory of the Busuch of king Frederik of the seventh ones and his wife 1851 in the year 1856.

In the year 1899, a 9 metres high iron structure was since the surrounding woods obstructed the view put on.

http://www.bornholm.net/3031_gb.phtml

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