IntroductionEbeltoft, Denmark, is in the hilly countryside of Mols, 50 mi/80 km northeast of Aarhus, and its setting provides a perfect backdrop for its cobblestoned streets and well-preserved buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries. Children love to explore the dungeon of the half-timbered town hall, and the frigate Jylland, the oldest warship in the country, is open to visitors in the harbor. Ebeltoft also has a private glass museum that contains a sizable collection. The name of the town means "apple orchard," and apple trees still flourish in this agreeable coastal town on a peninsula in the Kattegat.
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