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Cycle Tour Bike weekend 2014

Travel report: Næsby-Egernsund-Damp-Eckernförde-Damp-Høruphav-Næsby

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Elevation profile Cycle Tour Bike weekend 2014

Added on 22 May 2014,

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Cycle route metrics

planned

ridden

Total distance in km

86

199

Cumulative elevation gain in m

1.550

1.519

Avg. slope uphill in %

1,80

0,76

Cumulative elevation loss in m

1.551

1.524

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Ottocolor

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by-sa: CREATIVE COMMONS Attribution-ShareAlike

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by Ottocolor on 31 May 2014

Track points in total

3.649

2.342

Track points per km (avg)

11

12

Start/endpoint

Start location

Odense, Region Syddanmark, DK (11 m NHN)

End location

Odense, Region Syddanmark, DK (10 m NHN)

Stages

86 km

Næsby-Egernsund-Damp

49 km

Damp-Eckernförde-Damp

64 km

Damp-Høruphav-Næsby

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Route km
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78 km
0,9 km
14 m

DK-6440 Augustenborg

 

Castle/palace

Augustenborg Slot
Augustenborg Slot
Augustenborg Slotskirke

Augustenborg Palace (or Augustenborg Castle; Danish: Augustenborg Slot, German: Schloss Augustenburg) is a Rococo-style palace in the southwestern part of Augustenborg, Als Island, Denmark, overlooking Augustenborg Fjord. The palace owes its name to Duchess Auguste (1633–1701). Augustenborg gave its name to the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg, the last member of which was Duke Christian August II (1798–1869).

History

The original half-timbered manor house was built in 1660-4 by Ernest Günther, the first Duke of Augustenborg, after he bought the village of Stavensbøl and demolished it for the land. The one-storey, red-roofed buildings around the outer courtyard were added from 1733 while the main three-winged building, replacing the original manor, was built from 1770 to 1776 in full symmetry, a fine example of Baroque architecture.

With its yellow-painted walls and blue-tiled roof, the wings gradually increase in height up to the central section. The three central bays of the facade protrude as an avant-corps three storeys high. Inside a beautiful entrance hall was finished in white-painted stucco by the Italian decorator Michel Angelo Taddei (1755–1831). Taddei also worked on the interior of the two-storey Baroque chapel in the building's northern wing, adding a Rococo altarpiece with an integrated pulpit as well as decorations along the vaults and walls of the nave. During the same period, much of the town was regenerated. The palace building underwent further renovation in the 1920s. Hans Christian Andersen spent two weeks at the palace in the autumn of 1844 and wrote The Little Match Girl when he visited the castle.

During the First Schleswig War (1848–50), Christian August II, the last duke to live in the palace, left Augustenborg as a result of his close relations with Germany. Thereafter the building was first used as a barracks and from 1878 as a seminary for women.

In 1921, Augustenborg was purchased by the Danish state. It was fitted out as a hospital in 1927–28 and since 1932 has been used as a psychiatric hospital. There is an exhibit about the palace, the town and its ducal history in the building's entryway.

Church

The largest room in the castle is the church hall, which dates from the late 18th century. Not visible from the outside, it covers the entire two-storey annexe of the north wing and is the successor of an older chapel, from 1671, which was demolished before the construction of the castle. The hall, which has served as the parish church of the town since 1874, was extensively restored in 1972.

The rococo architecture of the church hall is consistent with the rest of the building. The stucco work was probably designed by Michelangelo Taddei. The hall has seven divided window bays. Six Doric and six Corinthian columns separate the room, forming a three-aisled hall. A curved balustrade leads to the pulpit altar on the eastern wall. The organ is placed over the high altar and was built by the Holstein organ builder, Johann Daniel Busch. The Carrara marble baptismal font was a gift of the Russian Tsar Alexander I.

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Wikipedia contributors, 'Augustenborg Palace', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 27 September 2019, 06:06 UTC, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Augustenborg_Palace&oldid=918135698 [accessed 30 September 2019]

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79 km
0,9 km
9 m

 

DK-6400 Sønderborg

 

Camping

 

84 km
0,8 km
21 m

 

DK-6400 Sønderborg

 

Youth hostel

 

85 km
0,2 km
20 m

DK-6400 Sønderborg

 

Old town

Häuserzeile am Hafen/harbour street
Das Sonderburger Schloss/Soenderborg castle
Alsion mit der Süddänischen Universitet/Alsion with University of Southern Denmark
Die Mühle an den Düppeler Schanzen/he Mill near the Dybbøl Trenches, a Danish national memorial

Sønderborg (Danish pronunciation: [ˈsønɐˌb̥ɒːˀ] - (German:  ) is a Danish town of Region of Southern Denmark. It is the main town and the administrative seat of Sønderborg Municipality. The town has a population of 27,304 (1 January 2012),in a municipality of 76,793.

The town of Sønderborg is home to Sønderborg Castle (Sønderborg Slot), the Royal Danish Army's Sergeant School and Sandbjerg Estate (Sandbjerg GodsSundeved) near Sønderborg. Sønderborg castle is in the centre of the town, and houses a museum focusing on the history and culture of the area. The museum is open all year. Sandbjerg Estate, which had belonged for many years to the Dukes of Sønderborg, and then to the Reventlow family, was donated toAarhus University in 1954. In addition Sønderborg has a castle-like barracks built by the German military in 1906, placed centrally by Als Fjord, opposite Alsion (see picture below). Today the barracks is the home the Danish army NCO school.

The old part of Sønderborg is on the island of Als, but some of its western suburbs have spread onto the mainland of Jutland into what had been the interior of the fort of Dybbøl.

History

Prior to the Second Schleswig War of 1864, Sønderborg was situated in the Duchy of Schleswig, a Danish fief, so its history is properly included in the contentious history of Schleswig-Holstein. In the 1920 Schleswig Plebiscite that returned Northern Schleswig to Denmark, 43.8% of the city of Sønderborg's inhabitants voted for the cession to Denmark and 56.2% voted for remaining part of Germany.

The town of Sønderborg lies on both sides of Alssund; the narrow strait between these two sides is called Als Strait (Alssund). Two road bridges connect the city across the strait: the 682-meter Als Strait Bridge (Alssundbro), built in 1978-1981; and the 331-meter King Christian X's Bridge (Kong Christian Xs Bro), built in 1925-1930.

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Sønderborg. (2013, February 21). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 15:37, April 15, 2013, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=S%C3%B8nderborg&oldid=539542484

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15 Apr 2013

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Hours of opening

Opening hours 02-01-2013 - 23-12-2013Monday- Friday10:00 - 17:00 02-01-2013 - 23-12-2013Saturday10:00 - 13:00 24-06-2013 - 11-08-2013Saturday10:00- 14:00

 

85 km
0,2 km
20 m

 

DK-6400 Sønderborg

 

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