Northern Jutland

Taking up a friend's offer to borrow a car for a couple days, Joanna and I got around the north of Jutland. We stopped off at a medieval fort, a Viking cemetery, a sand-buried church, a Renaissance manor house and a handful of German bunkers, half-buried along the sand-swept beaches of Denmark's North Sea coast. 

A WWII bunker looking over the North Sea from the hills of Bulbjerg, one of thousands along the Danish coast. 

Voergård Castle, a moated, sixteenth-century manor house near Dronninglund

The tower of a sand-engulfed church near Skagen

Lindholm Høje, Scandinavia's largest Viking burial grounds

The dunes of Råbjerg Mile

The beach at Skagen, marking the far northern tip of Jutland

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