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‘Was the baby naughty?’: Gory frescoes, spectacular cliffs and herring with a toddler in Denmark

The things you can do in Møn – all of them

18 April 2015

9:00 AM

18 April 2015

9:00 AM

The sky over the island of Møn, which is at the bottom right of Denmark, was cobalt and the whitewashed walls of the Elmelunde church dazzled in the bright sunshine and hurt our eyes. Our arrival had been preceded by an argument about visiting the church at all, some of the party being of the opinion that they had seen enough medieval churches already during the four-week trek across northern Europe.

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