Panoramic shot made up of 4 vertical frames stitched together of the  landscape view of the famous chalk cliffs at Møns Klint on the island of Møn, Denmark. The cliffs run for 8 km along the coast ranging in height from a few meters above sea level to over 120m. The area is a popular destination for holiday makers looking for some adventure with lots of hiking trails, mountain bike tracks, sea kayaking and sport fishing activites all catered for. The tall slim tower almost hidden in the trees is a relic of the Cold War, it was an early warning radar station, that due to it's location in the Baltic  could "see" into Russian airspace, now it is used to monitor shipping.

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Møn, Falster & Lolland

Welcome to Denmark’s ‘South Sea Islands’. OK, you won't get coconut palms and hula skirts…but do expect a fine glimpse of rural Scandinavian island life amid rolling fields of wheat and sugar beet dotted with occasional neolithic tombs.


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