Tisvilde Fences Asserbo Plantation & Trolls Forest
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The area around Tisvilde Fences is characterized by sand drift which raged in the 1500s. Soil exchanger much. Flying Sand in some places up to 20 m. Botanic very valuable herbal flora, particularly the orchid 'Creeping lady's tresses' National rarities of insects, especially beetles and butterflies. The forest is large and contains diverse bird population. The area is situated directly at the Kattegat with coastline on 8 km. The area has several 'sacred' sources.
Tisvilde Hegn is Denmark's fifth largest forest which stretches from Tisvildeleje along the coast to Asserbo plantation.
Tisvilde Hegn Tisvilde Fences. Ole Malling The dunes, beach and Melby Overdrev together constitute a very unique area in Zealand. Between Tisvildeleje and Liseleje extends a 9 km long coastline with wide coastal dunes. Here are some of the most popular beaches in North Zealand. The dunes are created by the sea and wind loads through the millennia. The sea deposits sand on the beach, and the wind would carry it over land, where it is picked up, forming dunes. The dunes are a very vulnerable habitat, and they are important to preserve in order to prevent sand drift. Behind the dunes lies the forest, which consists of both deciduous and coniferous forest.
Tisvilde Fences are particularly known for Troldeskoven which is a wondrous pine forest with twisted and twisted trees. The forest is poor in nutrients due. Sandy soils. This means that the flora is different than in other more lush forests of Nordjælland. Among other things, grows for Denmark rare Linea here and several species of wintergreen. The forest contains many ancient monuments, especially mounds, one buried in the village and the famous ruins of Asserbo Castle. Melby common with its various dune and heath types, poor fen mm is the habitat of many rare plants, birds and insects. The area enjoys considerable attention among professionals and nature enthusiasts. There are marked trails, a widespread oriensringsløbs networks, dogs forest and camp and BBQ in the area.
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The area around Tisvilde Fences are influenced by the landscape changes through two periods.
By land uplift in the late Stone Age, some 4,000 years ago, shared the Stone Age sea coastal cliff area. New country, called the raised seabed, occurred west of Beach Road towards Asserbo and Liseleje, while the "old country" over the coastal slope in Tisvilde Fences remained.