History ripples across West Sealand. At The River Moor (Åmosen) many exceptional Stone Age finds have been discovered. At Trundholm Moor, a unique Sun Chariot from the bronze age was discovered. The Vikings left their marks around Isefjorden and near Trelleborg, outside Slagelse, where you can walk in their footsteps around the well-preserved ring fortress and its museum.
You can visit many, grand castles and manor houses on West Sealand, such as Dragsholm near Fårevejle, with a knights' hall, ghosts and spooky dungeon. The Earl of Bothwell was imprisoned here for five years.
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