Forår i Danmark 2013 – besøg Den Danske Riviera ved Tisvilde Hegn.
Its a paradise of sea, forest, dunes and burial mounds from danish bronze age 1500 B.C.
Et paradis af hav, skov, klitter og gravhøje fra den danske bronzealder år 1500 f.Kr.
Tisvilde Hegn is a 13 km2 plantation in North Zealand planted 1793-1875 in an area between the sea of Kattegat, Tisvildeleje and the largest lake in Denmark Arresø.
The landscape has been formed since the Stone Age more than 5000 years ago by elevation of the bottom of the sea and by big sandstorms from 1500-1700 A.C.
Tisvilde Hegn is part of the European network called NATURA 2000 and is a nature, animal and plant protected area by European law: EU – NATURE PROTECTION directive and HABITAT directive.
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In Tisvilde Hegn there are more than 60 burial mounds:
On Harehøj in Tisvilde Hegn there are 8 burial mounds:
“Harehøj” bureal mounds in Tisvilde Hegn:
View to Kattegat Sea as past of The Danish Riviera:
Asserbo Castle Ruin with moat and ramparts:
Bishop Absalon founded Asserbo Monastery in 1100 A.C. with monks of Karteuserordenen.
After the lutheran reformation in 1536 the danish king got the Asserbo Castle with agricultural buildings and fields in 1560.
Map of Asserbo Castle Ruin:
Map of Tisvilde Hegn:
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Sea of Kattegat at Tisvilde Hegn:
Tisvilde Hegn and Sea of Kattegat – part of The Danish Riviera:
View from “Syv Høje” burial mounds in Melby in direction Tisvilde Hegn:
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Spring, 23. may 2013 in my garden:
Melby, 23. may 2013