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Dybboel Banke History Centre

Dybboel Banke 16, Soenderborg 6400, Denmark
+45 74 48 90 00
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Very Well Presented

Few British people know much about the Schleswig-Holstein Question. In the famous Palmerston... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Frank S
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Bognor Regis, United Kingdom
If you nothing about the Danes this is worth a visit

Visited as part of a group and had a full guided tour. Was well worth the visit to a location that... read more

Reviewed 20 May 2017
SteveB0493
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Gloucester, United Kingdom
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In the History Centre Dybbol Banke you step directly into the events of the dramatic war of 1864. You become be part of the drama and you will learn more about one of the most important battles in the Danish history. Experience history with all your senses: When you enter the territory, you will hear how the thunder of cannons is blended with the shouting and crying of injured soldiers. Go on your journey of exploration and find out, how a correct redoubt is built. Look into the barracks in the "soldiers' town" behind the front where the young and tired soldiers try to get some rest between the bloody battles. The war 1864 resulted in the disappearance of the multinational Danish nation state. Denmark developed into a national small state and got a part of Southern Jutland in form of Schleswig back. Prussia grew into the expanding German Empire which later sank and developed then into the Federal Republic Germany we know today. Therefore, the war in Dybbol is a central landmark in the European history. If you are ready to occupy the History Centre, then we are ready to offer you a very special adventure. Fascinating, entertaining, but also really serious.
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  • Average16%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Dybboel Banke 16, Soenderborg 6400, Denmark
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+45 74 48 90 00
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Few British people know much about the Schleswig-Holstein Question. In the famous Palmerston quotation he said that only three people had ever understood it: Prince Albert, who was dead; Bismarck; and Palmerston himself, and he had forgotten! This museum will fill in the gaps for...More

Thank Frank S
Reviewed 20 May 2017

Visited as part of a group and had a full guided tour. Was well worth the visit to a location that is of such historical importance to Denmark. It is done well and is very insightful. Having known nothing about the history of the country...More

Thank SteveB0493
Reviewed 19 May 2017

If you have are visiting Sonderborg then you should make an effort to visit the history centre.Well laid out with alot going on.The staff were helpful.

Thank Stella5951
Reviewed 4 May 2017

The museum was very informative, but a bit expensive. I am unsure if it is possible to view the movies about the battle in e.g. English. We saw them in Danish, but that is not a problem for a Swedish person. The best part was...More

Thank Chemword
Reviewed 22 February 2017 via mobile

Nice place to get a good understanding of the last stand in 1864, after the retreat of the Danish army

Thank Mads O
Reviewed 25 January 2017

Brilliant place to spend some time and find out about the local history. Well worth a good few hours. Most informative.

Thank ShaunScotland
Reviewed 16 November 2016

it is a memorial point and very good presented - without thougt's of revenge, but made for an intense feeling of how this cruel times were...a masterpiece of a museum!

Thank blackprintmercurius
Reviewed 11 September 2016

This is a reltively small museum but it has a number of interactive activities and it is a living museum in the sense that there are actors dressed in period costume who perform small historical episodes and demonstarte authentic tasks and activities of the period....More

Thank Boyd J
Reviewed 30 August 2016

Not many people in Britain know about the battle of Dybbol, which took place during the second Schleswig War in 1864. The Danish lost to the Prussians and the Austrians, which had significant consequences; a) the Danish lost Schleswig-Holstein, and so became a tiny country...More

Thank jake1642
Reviewed 25 July 2016 via mobile

Am not easily bored while travelling but this museum managed to make me wonder how soon I could leave. Kept thinking that I must be missing something but nothing sparked any interest. It was quite expensive too, another mark against it.

Thank DoJeartist
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