Experience Tibirke Bakker and Holløse Bredning in North Sealand, Denmark

Oplev Tibirke Bakker og Holløse Bredning i Nordsjælland, Danmark.

Text and photos Erik K Abrahamsen.

View from Tibirke Church, Tibirke Bakker in direction south to the water in Holløse Bredning. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 

Tibirke Bakker is an eastern part of the forest Tibirke Hegn in North Sealand. Its a hilly area formed under the last Danish Ice Age from 16.000-10.000 B.C. with hills up to 74 meter above sea level.

View to Holløse Bredning from top of hill “Udsigten”, Tibirke Bakker:

View in direction east to Holløse Bredning from hill top of Tibirke Bakke. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 

Holløse Bredning is a former part of the salted Arre Fjord connected to Kattegat Sea in The Old Danish Stone Age  from 9000 – 2400 B.C. In the New Stone Age Period from 2400 – 1700  B.C. the land where Arre Fjord was connected to Kattegat Sea ( today Asserbo Plantage) rised and Arre Fjord became an inland lake “Arresø” together with Holløse Bredning at the eastern part of the lake.

View to Arresø and Frederiksværk from top of hills in Tibirke Bakker:

View in direction south to Arresø and Frederiksværk from top of hills in Tibirke Bakker. At right Tisvilde Hegn. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

In Tibirke Bakker, Holløse Bredning and Tibirke Hegn people have lived of hunting, agriculture, farming and fishing since the first human came to Denmark about 10.000 B. C. as hunters.

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Map of Tisvilde Hegn, Tibirke Bakker, Holløse Bredning ang Arresø:

Map of Tisvilde Hegn, Tibirke Bakker, Holløse Bredning and Arresø, North Sealand, Denmark. Photo: 10. septembre 2013.

 

Map of Tisvilde Hegn and Tibirke Bakker: 

Map of Tisvilde Hegn and Tibirke Bakker. Scanned from folder: "Tibirke Hegn, Vandreture nr. 1", published by Naturstyrelsen, Miljøministeriet. Thanks for borrowing the map.

 Entrance to path up to view point “Udsigten” – 57 meter above sea level in Tibirke Bakker:

Here at Bækkebrovej starts the small path up to the 57 meter high hill top "Udsigten" in Tibirke Bakker. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 

View to Arresø from Tibirke Bakker:

View in direction south-east from the small path up to "Udsigten" on top of Tibirke Bakker. At right in the background: Arresø. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 

All Tibirke Bakker is preserved (danish: fredet) with stricht regulations of house building:

 

Tibirke Bakker. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 Tibirke Bakker has vegetation with big biodiversity:

Tibirke Bakker. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 Tibirke Bakker – vegetation with heather, mulberrry bush and mountain pine:

Tibirke Bakker. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 View to Holløse Bredning from “Udsigten” – 57 meter above sea level in Tibirke Bakker:

View in direction east from top of the hill "Udsigten" in Tibirke Bakker - 57 meter above sea level. In the background Holløse Bredning. Photo: 10, septembre 2013

 View to Arresø from Tibirke Bakker:

View in direction south to Arresø from top of Tibirke Bakker. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 Map of Tisvilde Hegn and Holløse Bredning:

Map of Tisvilde Hegn and Holløse Bredning by Naturstyrelsen, Miljøministeriet. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 

Tibirke Church builded about 1150 A.D.:

Tibirke Church, Tibirke Bakker, North Sealand. Builded a. 1150. The tower is new. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 

Tibirke Church, Tibirke bakker. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 

Tibirke Church, Tibirke Bakker. Alterpiece with Communion table and at left baptismal font. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 

Tho old part of Tibirke Church from about 1150 A.D:

Tibirke Church in Tibirke Bakker, North Sealand. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 Holløse Bredning southeast of Tibirke Bakker:

The path "Oldtidstien" from the main road Bækkebrovej to Holløse Bredning in the background. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

Map of Holløse Bredning. In Danish New Stone Age about 3000-2000 B.C. people lived here near the water of fishing, hunting and later in Danish Bronze Age (1700-500 B.C) and Roman Iron Age (500 B.C. - 400 A.C.) of agriculture and farming. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 Holløse Bredning open water area:

Holløse Bredning, North Sealand between Tibirke Bakker and Ramløse. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 Oldtidstien – The Stone Age Path in Holløse Bredning:

" Walk the plank"!! You can pass Holløse Bredning by walking on planks all over. View in direction north to Tibirke Bakker and Tibirke Church (left with red tower) in the background. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 

Viewpoint to open water area in Holløse Bredning:

View point house close to open water area in Holløse Bredning. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 

Plates inside view point house in Holløse Bredning:

Plate with birds living in Holløse Bredning. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 

Animals living in Holløse Bredning and Ellemosen:

Plate of animals living in Holløse Bredning and Ellemosen (beaver). Photo. 10. septembre 2013

View from view point house to open water area in Holløse Bredning:

View from inside view point house in direction open water area in Holløse Bredning. View in direction east. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 

Plate of history of Holløse Bredning and Ellemosen:

 

History of Holløse Bredning, North Sealand between Tibirke Bakker and Ramløse. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 Oldtidsstien – The stone Age Path in Holløse Bredning:

There are markers all over the area in Holløse Bredning. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

 

View to Oldtidsvejen in Holløse Bredning and Ellemosen:

View in direction south to Holløse Bredning at right and Ellemosen at left. In between you can see Oldtidsvejen (The Stone Age Road) through the lightgreen grass area in the middle of the picture. Photo: 17. septembre 2013

 

Oldtidsvejen with 2-3 tracks – one bridge from about 2-3000 B.C. and a stone road from 500 B.C. passing through Holløse Bredning and Ellemosen:

Oldtidsvejen (The stones in middle of photo) passing 150-200 meter throughHolløse Bredning and Ellemosen to the slope in the background of the photo. Photo in direction south: 17. septembre 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Map of “History of Oldtidsvejen (Stone Age Road) through Holløse Bredning and Ellemosen:

Map of Oldtidsvejen. Click on the photo and use your zoom control and you see it in full screen size. Photo: 17. septembre 2013

 

Oldtidsvejen have 2 tracks: one of stones from Danish Roman Iron Age (500 B.C.- 400 A.C.) and a bridge builded of uprights woods in Danish Stone Age about 3000 -1700 B.C.:

Oldtidsvejen in direction north-south. At left the 3 meter broad and 150 meter long road of stones from Danish Roman Iron Age 500 B.C. - 400 A.C. In the middle of the photo under the grass are the remains (foundations) of a upright bridge made of wood from Danisk Stone Age about 3000 B.C. to 1700 B.C. Photo: 17. septembre 2013

Oldtidvejen inHolløse Bredning and Ellemosen – view in direction to north and Tibirke Bakker and Tibirke Church:

 

Oldtidsvejen (Old Age Road), the 150 meter stone track through Ellemosen and Holløse Bredning. View in directon north to Tibirke Bakker and tower of Tibirke Church in the background. Photo: 17. septembre 2013

Water runs from Holleløse Bredning as Ramløse River through Ellemosen to Arresø:

Ramløse Å. The water from Holløse Bredning (in the background behind the little dam in the middle of the photo) runs as Ramløse River through Ellemosen in direction west to Arresø. Photo: 17.septembre 2o13

 Ellemosen and Ramløse river:

Ellemosen and Ramløse River at left in the photo. View in direction east to Holløse Bredning behind the bushes. Ramløse river runs west to Arresø. Photo: 17. septembre 2013

 We turn back from Ellemosen and Holløse Bredning passing the small bridge over Ramløse River:

Small bridge over Ramløse River between Ellemosen and Holløse Bredning. View in direction west. Photo: 18´7 . septembre 2013

 

Oldtidsstien. View from Holløse Bredning in direction north to Tibirke Bakker and harvest fields:

Oldtidsstien (Old Age Path). View from Holløse Bredning in direction north to Tibirke Bakker and harvest fields in the background. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

Harvest on a field at Tibirke Bakker, Bækkebrovej:

 

Harvest in Tibirke Bakker. In right side of the photo is Bækkebrovej. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

View from  57 meter above sea level on top of  preserved Tibirke Bakker in direction east to Holløse Bredning:

View point 57 meter above sea level in Tibirke Bakker. At left you can see a small metal plate on a stone with inscription: "Geodætisk Institut - Fredet Punkt". View in direction east to Holløse Bredning. Photo: 10. septembre 2013

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Naturstyrelsen.dk 

 

Copyright text and photos  2013 Erik K Abrahamsen

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ENJOY LIFE – BE HAPPY!

Melby, 13. septembre 2013

With love

Erik

Opdateret 17. septembre 2013

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