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Agri Bavnehøj

At 137 metres above sea level, Agri Bavnehøj is the highest point in Mols Bjerge in Djursland. In ancient times, Agri Bavnehøj was one of the hills where the fire was lit when the enemy came. Later, the hill took on a different meaning and became the centre of measurements for maps.

You overlook an undulating dead-ice topography, Trehøje with its three humps, and Tirstrup Hedeslette (outwash plain) where dense conifer grows where meltwater from the ice once deposited large quantities of sand and gravel.

The monument at the top of the mound points to attractions you can see for example Aarhus Cathedral 21.8 km away.

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