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The guys who established this museum and located so many of the wrecks have really put their hearts... read more

Reviewed August 16, 2017
Ivan B
London, United Kingdom

Thought provoking sculptures honouring the thousands who died in the battle. Set in the dunes right... read more

Reviewed July 11, 2017
Winchester, United Kingdom
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Kystcentervej 11, Thyboron, Lemvig 7680, Denmark
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Reviewed August 16, 2017

The guys who established this museum and located so many of the wrecks have really put their hearts into this place. It is a real scandal that the British and German governments haven't done more to commemorate the battle at the site on land closest...More

2  Thank Ivan B
Reviewed July 11, 2017

Thought provoking sculptures honouring the thousands who died in the battle. Set in the dunes right by the North Sea,

1  Thank M E
Reviewed April 16, 2017

This site commemorates the almost 9000 British and German sailors that lost their lives during the "Battle of Jutland" in 1916. It is done among other with stones symbolizing the 25 warships that were sunk.

1  Thank Gunnar G
Reviewed January 23, 2017

A very special place has been created in the sand dunes to remember all that lost their lives at the Battle of Jutland. The way the park has been laid out re-creating where each ship sank and remembering those that died on them and those...More

2  Thank ecofi
Reviewed August 12, 2016 via mobile

Was dry when we set off from car park.....very thought provoking and will be more so if we understood correctly that eventually there will be sculptures to represent all lives lost. Visit cut short by horizontal rain shower 😣💦

1  Thank Joy A
Reviewed August 10, 2016

Located right next to the Sea War Museum, shows the WWI Battle of Jutland from a very tangible perspective. Worth a visit.

2  Thank JonDoe04134
Reviewed July 21, 2016 via mobile

This is a beautiful and fitting tribute to the lives lost in the Battle of Jutland. Opened in 2016, on the 100th anniversary of the battle, this is a very special place and a must-see for visitors to the local area.

4  Thank Alesbury
Reviewed June 26, 2016

This is a memorial of the battle of Jytland in 1916 with granite slabs for each of the 25 ships that sunk in the battle. Germans and British. The park is at the point where the North Sea and Limfjorgen meets.Very impressive.

1  Thank Kirsten B
Reviewed June 15, 2016

Sprawled across a 100m stretch of dunes behind Thyboron's fabulous Sea War Museum are twenty five jagged three metre high granite slabs each bear the name of a German or British ship that was sunk on the night of 31 May/1 June 1916. A twenty...More

5  Thank Chas B
Reviewed June 4, 2016

This very significant site of reconciliation is unique in the world, in that it commemorates the dead of two World War One navies, the British Royal Navy Grand Fleet and the Imperial German High Seas Fleet at the Battle of Jutland. Unusually there are no...More

5  Thank Robert C
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