Guderup sundial

Guderup sundial


Guderup, Denmark (DK)
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.

Click Næste to see more photos in the link.
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.

Click Næste to see more photos in the link.
View in Google Earth Objects - Roadside Attractions
Links: www.visitsonderborg.dk
By: Dania

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