Historic ship wreck found on the beach of ´Falster´

18-05-2018
In the early spring, a historic shipwreck appeared on the sandy east-coast at the shore of the Danish island ?Falster?. The wreck was found in April after some days with strong winds and high waves that moved a lot of sand away from the area. The beach on Falster is known to have many wrecks as more than 400 ships went down in a single storm back in 1872. But the ship´s structure, however, could well indicate that there is a wreck that is older than this. Now we are waiting for the wood samples to reveal more about the age of the ship.

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Historic ship wreck found on the beach of ´Falster´
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