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Vitsø Cove on Ærø is a fiord arm covering about 150 hectares that was navigated by ships until about 1600. In the 18th century a hook of land occurred naturally that was closing the cove with piles of stone. In 1788, Ove Fabricius of Søby Farm began building dikes …

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Lejebjælke

Lejebjælken, som toppen af den lille vandsnegl har hvilet i.

År: 2009 PHOTO:Palle Abrahamson

Vitsø Nor fra Søbygård
Pumpemøllen 1986
Sten
Pumpesnegl in situ
Kammer til møllepasser
Transmission
Kysten
Lejebjælke
Snegle
Vitsø Mølle, 1
Vitsø Nor 1920
Møllepasserhus og mølle
Tegning - snit med tal
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