Rohde Nielsen A/S has just released these beautiful photos from the Mosede Fort coastal protection project.
From March 29 to April 4, the hopper dredger Freja R pumped 20,844m3 of sand onto the beaches, which was distributed over a 330m stretch.
This work was done to protect the coast south of Mosede Fort against erosion.
Mosede Fort, located in Mosede, Denmark is a coastal fort, part of Tunestillingen (the Tune Line), built in the years before and during the First World War, to protect the Bay of Køge from possible German naval invasions.
It is now a protected area with a museum, grassy fields for recreation and a restaurant.