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Magic point of attraction: a walk over the forest canopy

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In Denmark, the most stylish and most peaceful country on the planet, a magical point of attraction appeared. Climbing the Forest Tower for outdoor enthusiasts, located south of Copenhagen, you look at the world in a new way. Endless forests, lakes, streams and swamps lie before you as in the palm of your hand. And all this thanks to the virtuoso design.

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This elegant spiral construction is the brainchild of the architectural company Effekt. The company posted a photo of the masterpiece on its Instagram page.

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Publication from EFFEKT Architects (@effektarchitects) 5 Apr 2019 at 6:42 PDT

The tower stands in the reserve Gissefield Kloaters Stove. The route in which it enters, begins with the platform near the river. Gradually, the boardwalk is lifted off the ground and twists in a spiral, rising higher and higher.

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Throughout the journey, the angle of view and landscape are constantly changing. And here you are at the height of a bird's flight.

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The observation deck is located at the very top, at an altitude of 45 m. To get there, you have to walk 900 m along the walkways.
If you like nature walks, this is the place for you. Now the forest is accessible to everyone, but does not suffer from the flow of tourists.
The architectural company Effekt shared the first photos of the observation deck:

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Publication from EFFEKT Architects (@effektarchitects) January 17, 2019 at 8:01 PST

And here is another photo of the tower, high above the trees:

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Publication from EFFEKT Architects (@effektarchitects) 18 Oct 2018 at 5:59 PDT

Is not it, and pulls to walk among the clouds. The tops of trees swaying beneath their feet, the forest stretches to the horizon ...
Two routes are available for visitors, both of which end with a tower. Higher runs through the oldest part of the forest. Here, tourists perform various tasks that will help them learn a lot of interesting things about this area. The lower route leading to the tower passes through younger forest zones.
The highlight of the tower is a thoughtful design. The road is a continuous ramp, so the route and all the types that open from it are accessible to people with disabilities.

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Publication from EFFEKT Architects (@effektarchitects) 1 Apr 2019 at 11:26 PDT

And what does the tower look like below? Here is the photo:

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Publication from EFFEKT Architects (@effektarchitects) 3 Apr 2019 at 7:54 PDT

"Bottom view! It is symbolic that the trees inside the Forest Tower allowed out foliage on Saturday, on the very day of discovery," the caption says.
Take a closer look at these photos - you will feel an indescribable feeling of triumph and peace, when, it seems, the whole world lies under your feet.
Well, how? Already planning a trip to Denmark?

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