9. Holy well by Hvidbjerg
Far back in the time, celebrations of the holy well were held here, especially around Midsummer’s Eve. From the spring flows some 10,000 litres of water per day. It is located in a garden with a railway line to the east and a farm to the west. The source of the spring is around 1.7 metres in an east-west direction and 1.5 metres in a north-south direction. The water runs east in a canal some 0.3 metres wide and into a lake towards the north east. Both the source of the spring and the canal are stone-lined. The spring played a part in some of the tales of popular superstitions and beliefs among the Danish peasants.