Point of Interest

Vattenfall och naturreservat Danska fall/Waterfall and the Danska Fall Nature Reserve

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The name Danska Fall has old origins and refers to the Scanian War fought between Denmark and Sweden during the second half of the 1670s. The legend describes a group of the defeated Danes having fled upstream along River Fylleån after the defeat at Fyllebro in 1676. They hid themselves in the forest around the falls, but the Swedes were hot on their heels and chased the Danes out on to a badly built bridge over the river. The bridge broke and several Danes fell and drowned in the rushing waters.

Danska Falls Nature Reserve

Danska Falls is not only a much-visited waterfall but is also a nature reserve with oak and beech forests. There are also pine bogs, mixed forests, marshy

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