Schleswig (Germany)

Schleswig is a town in the northeastern part of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It is the capital of the Kreis (district) Schleswig-Flensburg.

The city center is dominated by Schleswig Cathedral (1134), with the tomb of King Frederick I of Denmark. On the other side of the Schlei lake is the historic site of Hedeby. It was the second largest Nordic city during the Viking Age, after Uppåkra in southern Sweden. The city was completely destroyed in 1066. Today a small museum can be found there.

The twenty closest neighbours in the database:

Lübeck (Germany) (102 km), Tierpark Hagenbeck (105 km), Koldinghus Castle (108 km), Bunker Hamburg Central Station (111 km), Hamburg (Germany) (111 km), Miniature Wonderland (112 km), Ratzeburg (Germany) (120 km), Schwerin (Germany) (156 km), Bremen (Germany) (168 km), Viking Ship Museum Roskilde (203 km), German Oil Museum (207 km), Cloppenburg Museum Village (211 km), Celle (Germany) (213 km), Meyer Shipyards Papenburg (214 km), Copenhagen (Denmark) (230 km), Christiansborg Palace (231 km), Rosenborg Castle (231 km), Frederiksborg Palace (234 km), Hannover Zoo (238 km), Hannover (Germany) (239 km)

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