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Gyldenløves Høj - Hillock

Gyldensløves Høj (121,3 meters) the second highest altitude in Zealand.

The hill is named after the half brother to King Christian V, Ulrik Frederik Gyldenløve, the owner of Skjoldenæsholm Manor in about 1700.

There is a monument dedicated to the fallen resistance men who met there at night during the Second World War to collect weapons drops.