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Address: Klim Strandvej 68, Fjerritslev 9690, Denmark
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Klim Lime Kiln was built in 1943. In the kiln, you can learn more about the lives of the men and women who worked in the limestone quarry. I found it fascinating. You get a sense... read more

Reviewed 15 October 2014
theoandreea
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Aalborg, Denmark
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Reviewed 15 October 2014

Klim Lime Kiln was built in 1943. In the kiln, you can learn more about the lives of the men and women who worked in the limestone quarry. I found it fascinating. You get a sense of Jammerbugten's history

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