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The only whale common in Danish waters is the Harbour Porpoise Phocoena phocaena.
The whale hunters linked their boats across the rather narrow Little Belt and by beating the sea with sticks and branches they directed the migrating porpoises to low water areas where they could be slaughtered.
Built in several stages, it has a Late Romanesque chancel, a tower first constructed in the 14th century and a nave with aisles from the late 15th century. Henner Friiser Hus, a half-timbered house on Brogade dating from around 1575, is now part of Middelfart Museum and contains exhibitions related to the history of the town.
Restoration work on the building was completed in March 2014.
Middelfart is served by the passenger rail service between Copenhagen and Jutland. At the beginning of the 20th century it was extended and deepened to the east.
By the beginning of the 20th century the iron foundry, with about a hundred workers, was the town's main industry.
The unifying factor of the bog bodies is that they have been found in peat and are partially preserved; however, the actual levels of preservation vary widely from perfectly preserved to mere skeletons.
Unlike most ancient human remains, bog bodies have retained their skin and internal organs due to the unusual conditions of the surrounding area.
On site there are: 6 double rooms with shower, 1 single room with shower, 1 single room with shower and toilet accessed from the corridor.
Shared kitchen with dining area which can be used for cooking. Free internet access in all rooms at the Art Centre and Café Ørnsø, free admission to the Art Centre and the current exhibitions. Breakfast: Served only as part of the “Art Package”.
A bog body is a human cadaver that has been naturally mummified in a peat bog.