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Or in Danish ”Præstens skov” – This little wood situated at the southern of Fyn at the coastline and consist mostly of oak- trees, which more then 200 years old. It takes up 4 hectare of land and a good place to visit for a lunch in the shadow or a swim from the beach below.

The name not a joke, as the wood actually belongs to the local parish. In former days was a Vicar partly paid by goods from the citizens and the glebe which was connected to the official residence.

Each year will the sea take a little more land - and the roots of the outhermost trees will be exposed.

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Additional Photos by Jeppe Madsen (Jeppe) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3938 W: 385 N: 4195] (18654)
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