North Jutland is also a rich, Viking land. You can witness enormous ring fortresses, or circular forts, at both Hobro and Løgstør and on Lindholm Høje, north of Aalborg, is a huge Viking burial ground.
The church of St. Laurence, also popularly known as Den Tilsandede Kirke ("the buried church") , was built sometime around the 14th century and is a popular tourist destination. Following severe sand drifts during the 17th and 18th centuries, access to the church became so difficult that the church was closed down in 1795 by royal decree. Only the tower was allowed to remain, acting as a sea mark.
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