Rødbyhavn, Denmark

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Rødbyhavn (Danish pronunciation: [ʁœðpyˈhɑwˀn]) is a small town and harbour on the south coast of Lolland, Denmark, with a population of 1,544 (1 January 2022). Since 2007 it has been a part of Lolland Municipality.

Rødbyhavn ("Rødby Harbour") is located approximately five kilometres (3.1 mi) southwest of the town of Rødby. It is a harbour on the northern shore of the Fehmarn Belt. A ferry service connects Rødbyhavn with Puttgarden on the island of Fehmarn. Thus one can drive or take the train from Copenhagen over the Fehmarn Belt, and on to Lübeck and Hamburg by European route E47, which in Germany is known as autobahn A1 or Vogelfluglinie.



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