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The new danish 1000 note


In recent days, Denmark has issued a new note of 1000 Crowns.

As before in this new series, a bridge adorns the front of the note – the longest one in the islands – The Great Belt Bridge (Storebæltsbroen). The reverse is dominated by one of the main Danish ancient finds – a miniature of the Trundholm sun chariot. The discovery was made in 1902 in a field in northern Zealand and can be dated back to the early Bronze Age, about 1400 BC. The treasure can be seen at the national museum in Copenhagen.

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