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Frigate "Jylland" - Ebeltoft - Denmark - Wooden warships - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide-com
The Frigate "Jylland" is the best preserved wooden warships in Denmark. The frigate is also among the last wooden warships build for the Danish navy - built in the 1860's. The ship is now in a dry dock and is being preserved for the future. At the ship and the museum next to it is is possible to get an overview of how it was to sail with these old warships.
  
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The Frigate "Jylland" at it dry dock in Ebeltoft. One of the masts is being replaced.

The Frigate "Jylland" at its dry dock in Ebeltoft. One of the masts is being replaced.
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Some of the ship models at the museum next to the Frigate "Jylland".

Some of the ship models at the museum next to the Frigate "Jylland".
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A battle scene with ship models at the museum next to the Frigate "Jylland".

A battle scene with ship models at the museum next to the Frigate "Jylland".
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Ship guns at the museum next to the Frigate "Jylland".

Ship guns at the museum next to the Frigate "Jylland".
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Ship guns at the Frigate "Jylland".

Ship guns at the Frigate "Jylland".
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The Frigate "Jylland" did not just have masts and sail, it was also one of the first ships in the Danish navy to have a seam engine. Therefore this combination of a smokestack and masts.

The Frigate "Jylland" did not just have masts and sail, it was also one of the first ships in the Danish navy to have a seam engine. Therefore this combination of a smokestack and masts.
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