You might remember the post I wrote last year about Rubjerg Knude Fyr (if not, you can always catch up, using the link below).
The famous Danish lighthouse standing on a sandy cliff was so close to the edge that specialists predicted its falling into the sea by 2010. And as you know, that’s just two months away…
I must say that it was a sad thing to imagine the end of that lighthouse. I have very fond memories in and around this place, and I felt like I was about to lose a part of them.
But a couple of days ago, I came across the following post on Instagram:
An impressive team of experts worked for about ten hours to take the 120 years old lighthouse to safety.
Yay Denmark!! Now I can dream about climbing up Rubjerg Knude Fyr again, someday.
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Today, I am going through pictures of my first trip to Denmark… I could have chosen a hundred other places for this post, but I remember promising Sonofabeach shots of a lighthouse I visited while in North Jutland. Rubjerg Knude Fyr stands on the edge of the clifts bording the North Sea, and offers an amazing […]