Place:Æbelø, Denmark


Located inDenmark

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Æbelø (English: apple-island) is a Danish island in the Kattegat, off Funen's north coast. The island covers an area of 2.09 km². In between the island and Funen, there are 4 smaller islands. Æbelø has 2 inhabitants in the summer, in the winter it is de facto uninhabited. Between 1938 and 1943, the owner of the island was Kaj Dindler.

There is a lighthouse on the island.

The Island is connected to Æbeløholm via a 1,5–2 km sandbar called Brådet, that is periodically submerged.

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