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Ronne's origins probably date back to around the year 1000 when a small fishing community developed around the natural harbour. Around 1275, a small chapel dedicated to St Nicholas was built on the site where Ronne's church now stands. The community of Ronne was soon given the official status of a market town with its own mayor and council as well as its own law court. The Germans took a special interest in Bornholm because of its strategic position in the Baltic Sea between the German coast and what is now southern Sweden, at times showing their own interests in the town. After the church's expansion in 1360, the parish of Ronne was established
Ronne is the very small 'capital' of Denmark's sleepy little Bornholm Island. Sights of interest include one of Bornholm's celebrated round churches - Nykirke - which, together with its sister churches, represents Bornholm's most exceptional contribution to Nordic medieval architecture. Close to the harbour in Lakesgarde, an area of rose clad 17th and 18th century houses can be foundas well as the terracotta-roofed Erichsen's Gard. From here you can also visit the ruins of Scandinavia's largest medieval castle, Hammershus Slot.
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