Kalø Slotsruin - Djursland - Eastjutland

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The Ruins of Kalø Castle

The Castle of Kalø - formerly an island, now a peninsula - was erected about 1313 by the Danish King Erik Menved.
It is one of several fortresses built round Århus Bugt (bay) to control the people of this area and defend it against intruding foreign powers. The Swedish King Gustav Vasa was kept prisoner here in 1519.

 

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Molsvej 31
8410 Rønde

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http://nationalparkm

Facilities

  • Access

    • freely available
  • Activities

    • activities for children
  • City / Area

    • Djursland
    • Rønde
    • Syddjurs
  • Classification

    • Saint Hannes Cross
  • Feel like

    • Aktiv 4
    • Drengerøv 2
    • Gys 1
    • Læring 3
    • Outside
  • General facilities

    • coach/truck parking
    • dogs allowed
    • Restaurant/Cafe
  • Intended audience

    • Family with children
  • Other services

    • convenience store

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  • Coordinates

    Longtitude : 10.480251899
    Latitude : 56.2835017