The priority of
names is most likely only of interest if you are Danish, so I haven't been
bothered of making an English page, but if You want to see the names,
click here to open a new
window of the page in Danish.
Together with name and picture
I have entered the coordinates of the place. I have used UTM32 EUREF89
which is given as the primary map-projection in Denmark by the National
Survey and Cadastre.
with * are names of places, and therefore no sign is available, instead as
a form of documentation that I actually have been there, I have taken a
picture of the coordinates on my GPS.
can be plotted and the place shown on an on-line map provided by the
National Survey and Cadastre. You can find the web page
here (opens a
new window in Danish).
Click 'Find et
sted' (a new window will open, if it doesn't you might use a pop-up
blocker), You then click on 'Stednavn' (~name of place) or 'Koordinater'
(~ Coordinates, but I'm sure you already guessed).
Just below the
map is a dot marked 'Vis centerkoordinat' (~ show centre coordinate), if
You click this, the coordinates will be shown - again in UTM32 EUREF89
One of the pictures contains
the coordinates in degrees and decimal minutes, it was taken before I
changed my GPS to show coordinates in the UTM format.
An Excel spreadsheet to convert
from and to UTM and latitude/longitude format can be found