For those with the heart of adventurers, you'll be overjoyed to find that one of Denmark's archaeological gems in the Kalø Tower has just received an access point for exploration. While it was actually previously unaccessible, thanks to the new spiral access, visitors can now engage in the main space of the tower to perceive the archaeological layers and surrounding landscape.
Being a 700-year old medieval ruin, the access is definitely a welcome addition to enthusiasts of historical landmarks. The access is fairly minimalistic in design, which serves to help retain the original qualities of the tower itself and keeps the exploration experience authentic.
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