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Liselund, Moen

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Liselund is an 18th-century aesthetically landscaped park, complete with several exotic buildings and monuments. Located close to Møns Klint on the north-eastern corner of the Danish island of Møn, it is deemed to be one of the finest examples in Scandinavia of Romantic English gardening. The park was created in the 1790s by French nobleman Antoine de Bosc de la Calmette for his wife Elisabeth, commonly known as Lisa. Liselund, roughly translated, means Lise's grove.
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  • Take a long walkie the garden an remember to go to the Beach as well. I belive it will be a great experience at all times of the year.  more »
  • We had not planned to visit this site but read about it while here and then the lovely proprietor at Ympelys--a great store btw-- recommended it. It was a real treat to visit--for one, the back story....  more »
  • Fantastic. Romantic. Beautiful. Dramatic
  • Lovely park with multiple cute buildings in different styles. In the entrance if the park there are maps both in English and Danish with some background information about the original owners and history of the area.
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