Thyborøn

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Thyborøn
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Sneglehuset (Snail shell house) in Thyborøn, Western Jutland
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Thyborøn
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Thyborøn
Thyborøn (Denmark Central Denmark Region)
Coordinates: 56°41′51″N8°12′39″E / 56.69750°N 8.21083°E / 56.69750; 8.21083 Coordinates: 56°41′51″N8°12′39″E / 56.69750°N 8.21083°E / 56.69750; 8.21083
Country Denmark
Region Region Midtjylland
Municipality Lemvig Municipality
Area
  Urban
1.81 km2 (0.70 sq mi)
Population
 (2022) [1]
   Urban
1,890
  Urban density1,000/km2 (2,700/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+1 (CET)
  Summer (DST) UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
DK-7680 Thyborøn

Thyborøn is a fishing village in Jutland, Denmark with a population of 1,890 (1 January 2022), [1] primarily famous for being the site of numerous shipwrecks, such as that of the Imperial Russian naval vessel Alexander Neuski .

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It is located in Region Midtjylland in Lemvig Municipality.

Thyborøn is the western terminus of the Limfjord canal that cuts across the Jutland peninsula.

It is the location of the Sea War Museum Jutland.

Notable people

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