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Visit Møns Klint

Møns Klint is a 6 km stretch of chalk cliffs along the eastern coast of the Danish island of Møn in the Baltic Sea. Some of the cliffs fall a sheer 120 m to the sea below.   





It is a wonderfull cliff that attrachts thousands of turists every sommer.

See this video clip from 2014.  >


On 29 May 2007, close to the cliff tops, the GeoCenter Møns Klint was opened by Queen Margrethe. The geological museum with interactive computer displays and a variety of attractions for children traces the geological prehistory of Denmark and the formation of the chalk cliffs.



Information in the museum reveals that the limestone layer is very thick. And no interruption. It must have been disposed quickly.


The lime layer is more about 2.200 meters thick in some places. The picture shows the islands in the eastern part of Denmark.


The cretaceous layer is the only geological layer that is found on all seven continents.

  kalk sealand

The museum has build some limestone cliffs to impress the turists.


To the creationist the limestone layer is telling us about a world wide flood. The lime stone is made from lime algae, that suddenly died when acid from underwater vulcanoes changed the habitat.


The continent drifted apart and was a cause of the KT extinction.


Upstairs we meet the first Danish dinosaur found in eastern part of Greenland in 1988.


It is a Plateosaurus. In 2012 a young one was found in Greenland.



  dino greenland

Watch this marvelous drone flight, found at  . . .