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The church in Bredebro is located on the bypass road around the bridge and stands beautifully on an elevation above the broad river.
Inside the church you will find beautiful paintings from the 17th century and a large beautiful church ship.
Withdraw and exchange money
Monday-Wednesday: 10am - 4pm
Thursday: 10am - 5pm
Fishing licenses can be purchased at
Ballum Slusekro. Phone. 74 75 11 79
Henning Klint , Brogade 1, 6261 Bredebro. Phone. 74 71 17 96
Den gamle Kro, Brogade 10, 6261 Bredebro. Phone. 74 71 12 09
Wells Hunting and Fishing, Jernbanegade 1clean hunting & outdoorer.
The river, which flows into the Wadden Sea at Ballum Sluse and winds its way through Løgumkloster to Bredebro, is an Eldorado for anglers. The river catches sea trout, some salmon, brook trout and stables. Brede Å has been heavily regulated in the past, but during the 1990s a new twisted course of more than 20 km. Here are really good chances to make a good catch especially in salmon fish.
Season: March 1 - October 31.
Provisions for fishing in the association's waters:
Salmon - November 1 to April 15 - 40 cm
Sea trout - November 1 to April 15 - 40 cm
Brown Trout - November 1 to April 15 - 30 cm
Stalling – totally protected
Whitefish - November 1 to April 15 - 50 cm
Pike - November 1 to April 30 - 60 cm
Zander - May 1 to May 31 - 50 cm
Yellow eel - 45 cm
European sprat – totally protected
ECCO's exhibition on the worldwide shoe company can experience the Bredebro right next to their headquarters. Æ Laut was established when the company had 50 years in 2013. The exhibition tells about ECCO's history, values and developments in technology, design and production.
Æ laut is housed in the black wooden building, at Toosbuys Torv. The name "Æ laut" is a Southern German word meaning loft, which can then be translated to "Upstairs" or "the Loft" in English.
The exhibition is an interactive exhibition that takes you on a learning experience in shoe and leather production.
Tours are booked through ECCO Visitor Service at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile +45 2373 1167
Trøjborg Slotsruin is located approximately 12 km north of Tønder in Visby in southern Jutland. The name Trøjborg is probably derived from the Greek Troja.
The castle was built in the 1300s on a 30 × 30 m bank. In 1347, Trøjborg is mentioned in a letter from Duke Valdemar of Southern Jutland as Duke Valdemar Atterdag's castle. In 1407 it came into the possession of Queen Margaret, but later it was mortgaged to Ribe diocese.
After the Reformation in Denmark in 1536, the clergy were granted the crown, and King Frederick II transferred the castle to Daniel Rantzau as a thank you for his profits in the war against the Swedes. Around 1580, Peter Rantzau demolished the original medieval castle to erect a Renaissance castle on the site instead. When the Rantzau genus became extinct in 1658, the castle slowly decayed.
In the first half of the 19th century Johan Ferdinand de Neergaard was the owner. In 1851, Trøjborg was purchased by farmer Knud Lausten Knudsen, who had plans to set up a teacher's seminary on the site, but when these plans were not realized, the castle was demolished in 1854. Parts of the south wall and basement have been preserved.
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