REVENTLOW MUSEUM PEDERSTRUP
Landscape tour: Fribrødre å and the battle for the Baltic Sea
On North Falster lies Fribrødre å. A landscape shaped by the ice age that has left a winding river.
Legend has it that here two brothers sentenced to death regained their freedom, by killing a Lindorm. Its death blow with the tail shaped the river valley.
Where Fribrødre Åen empties into the now dammed fjord south of Stubbekøbing, a small part of a gathering place for a larger fleet was excavated in the 1980s, which was an important piece in the power struggles in the Baltic Sea in the Viking Age and early Middle Ages.
Join us on a tour through the landscape, where we find the traces of Denmark's past.
- Archaeologist Anna-Elisabeth Jensen
- Archaeologist Bjørnar Måge
Meeting point: the roadside just north of Østerbro 19, Maglebrænde on Nordfalster
Practical information: The trip is not suitable for bad walking. Remember practical footwear and clothing according to the weather.
Unless otherwise stated, the event will be held in Danish.