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West Jutland is in Denmark.

Cities[edit]

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Map of West Jutland
Hvide Sande Harbour
  • 6 Skive Skive, Denmark on Wikipedia
  • 7 Skjern
  • 8 Struer Struer, Denmark on Wikipedia
  • 9 Ulfborg — a small city about 15 km from the west coast with many holiday homes for rent
  • 10 Varde
  • 11 Videbæk Videbæk on Wikipedia

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Tirpitz Museum
  • HEART - Herning Museum of Contemporary Art (HEART) on the eastside of Herning exhibits prominent contemporary art by Danish and international artists. The building sits in a cluster of other interesting art exhibits.
  • 1 Tirpitz Museum Blåvand. A museum in a World War II German bunker. Learn about the Atlantic Wall and hear personal stories from the surrounding areas. Tirpitz museum (Q66310617) on Wikidata Tirpitz Museum (Denmark) on Wikipedia
  • Naturkraft, north of Ringkøbing, is an edutainment park about nature, biodiversity and climate.
  • 2 Hjerl Hede, Hjerlhedevej 14 7830 Vinderup (by car midway between Holsterbro and Skive), +45 9611 5030, . 10:00 - 16:00 or 17.30 depending on season. Open-air museum about country life in Denmark from 1500 to 1900. 90 kr for an adult. da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frilandsmuseet_Hjerl_Hede on Wikipedia

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  • 1 Tipperne (South of ringkøbing Fjord.). Watch birds at Tipperne, an important stopover for migratory birds.

Eat[edit]

Høfde 4 Restaurant, Blåvand
  • Ølben - Ribs laid in brine, are cooked with herbs and porter beer and rested for days - then roasted and served with cabbage
  • Grønlangkål - Stewed kale in white sauce

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