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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Ertholmene, generally called Christians, is a small archipelago situated approximately 18 km northeast of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea. Its permanent population is 96 (2008) and its area is 39 hectares. Ertholmene belongs to Denmark and has the country's easternmost point. Ertholmene consists of three main islands, Christians (named after King Christian V), Frederiks (named after King Frederick IV) and Gr sholm, plus a number of minor rocks and skerries. The best known of the latter are Tat and stersk r, Denmark's easternmost point. Christians makes up 22.3 hectares, Frederiks 4, and Gr sholm 11 hectares. Only Christians and Frederiks are inhabited, while Gr sholm is a bird reserve. The sound between Christians and Frederiks, a well-sheltered natural harbour, is crossed by a pedestrian bridge that is pulled aside to accommodate larger more

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  • Paperback | 52 pages
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