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Fehmarn Sound Bridge

B207, 23775 Großenbrode, Germany

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About Fehmarn Sound Bridge

The Fehmarn Sound Bridge connects the German island of Fehmarn in the Baltic Sea with the German mainland near Großenbrode. It was declared a historic monument in 1999 by the State Office for Protection of Historical Monuments of Schleswig-Holstein in Kiel, and has since become a symbol of both Fehmarn and Schleswig-Holstein.



Attractions near Fehmarn Sound Bridge

Meereszentrum Fehmarn6.67km from Fehmarn Sound Bridge

The Meereszentrum Fehmarn is a show aquarium in Burg on the Baltic Sea island of Fehmarn. Sharks and tropical coral gardens are presented on an area of ​​3000 m² or 4 million liters of seawater. In the 3 million liter ocean aquarium there are several types of shark. In a 0.4 million liter tank with an underwater tunnel, there are rays and groupers. The tropical marine animals such as corals, jellyfish, seahorses, and coral fish have presented in around 35 individual aquariums.

Leuchtturm Staberhuk12.89km from Fehmarn Sound Bridge

The Staberhuk lighthouse is located in the southeast of the island of Fehmarn, a few kilometers east of the Fehmarnsund Bridge. Together with the Flügge lighthouse, it marks the route in Fehmarnsund.  The tower is equipped with the original belt lens from the English lighthouse on Heligoland, which was dismantled in 1902. It has a height of 2.41 m and a focal length of 925 mm. It was one of the main attractions in this area.

Grüner Brink13.64km from Fehmarn Sound Bridge

The Green Brink is a 134-hectare nature reserve on the north coast of Fehmarn, which has been under protection since 1938.  It consists of a 2.5 km long and up to 180 meters wide strip of land between the dike built in 1872 and the Baltic Sea. The construction of the dyke, on the other hand, was the first to create the Green Brink. Due to changed flow conditions, spit hooks formed, which later created small, slowly silting inland lakes. Only when there is a strong flood does salty Baltic Sea wat

Leuchtturm Dahmeshöved22.17km from Fehmarn Sound Bridge

The Dahmeshöved lighthouse is a beacon in the municipality of Dahme in the Ostholstein district in Schleswig-Holstein. It was built in 1878/79 according to plans by Ludwig Alexander Veitmeyer on a Höved and was used for shipping on the Lübeck-Gedser-Weg in the Lübeck and Mecklenburg Bay. The lighthouse, which is a listed building, had an air mist sound system or a foghorn.

Bungsberg32.85km from Fehmarn Sound Bridge

The Bungsberg is 167.4 m above sea level. NHN the highest elevation in Schleswig-Holstein. It is located in Holstein Switzerland in the area of ​​the municipality of Schönwalde am Bungsberg in the Ostholstein district; the municipality of Kasseedorf and the municipality of Kirchnüchel in the Plön district are located near the elevation in the same district.

Kellersee42.08km from Fehmarn Sound Bridge

The Kellersee is a lake in Holstein Switzerland. It lies east of Malente in the course of the Schwentine, is 560 hectares in size, up to 27 m deep and is about 24  m above sea level. NN . To the southeast of the lake is the Eutin district of Fissau , on the north bank the district of Sielbeck. It is managed by the Schwarten fishery. This also runs a small restaurant directly on the lake shore.

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Schleswig-Holstein is a northwestern state of Germany. The state is known for its history, culture, and architecture. There is a river called Eider which forms the historic border between Schleswig and Holstein.