The delightful cathedral town of Maribo is surrounded by lakes and you’ll find small, characteristically-yellow houses packed into its old streets.
The cathedral was where one of Denmark’s most famous women, Leonora Christina, died.
The plant produces 8.3 MW of electricity and 21 MW heat from an annual consumption of 40,000 tonnes of straw.
Heating is also provided for a large area of greenhouses adjacent to the plant.
In connection with the Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link, a new rail/road bridge is planned.
The island is home to a wind farm consisting of five 750 KW turbines, generating maximum 3.5 MW, constructed 1986.
This is the only medieval boat ever discovered in Denmark.