The sundial is located on the southern outskirts of Guderup. The clock is 12 meters high and thus Europe's highest. It's located at a facility which is 28 meters in diameter and sometimes can be read by a two-minute accuracy, which is unique to the sundial. Usually, accuracy plus / minus half hours.
Around it is located a circular bench. It's a part of his explanation of past history, since the clock is almost located at the old herredsting place where the "wise men" sat in a circle and took key decisions.
Europe's highest sundial was designed by architect Jørgen Larsen / Nordborg and calculations are made by a math class during high school teacher Mogens Winther from the Prefectural Gymnasium in Sønderborg.
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Category: Objects - Roadside Attractions