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Hasselø was once an island but since dikes were built in 1873 it has been a part of Falster. Around 1600, on the initiative of Queen Sophie, the wife of King Frederick II, a colony of Dutchmen was established on Hasselø to supply Nykøbing Palace with vegetables. During the Second World War, the Germans operated a radar station and surveillance facilities in Hasselø.
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