Marselisborg Dyrehave

Local nameDyrehaven
LocationCentral Denmark Region, Denmark

Marselisborg Deer Park is a 22 hectares enclosed woodland area in the northern parts of the Marselisborg Forests. The trees are somewhat sparse here and the terrain especially hilly, compared to the surrounding forest.

Marselisborg Deer Park is not a deer park in the original sense, as it is not meant for hunting deer. The idea is more like a small safari park, but just presenting a few common species, without exotic animals. Initially sika deer were introduced to graze the curvy open woodland hills, but later roe deer and wild boars has been added.

The park was established in 1932 and have since been enlarged several times. It is owned and administered by the Aarhus Municipality.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marselisborg_Deer_Park

Address (Unnamed Road), 8270, Denmark

Coordinates 56°7'15.503" N 10°13'5.501" E

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