Isøre Thing was already mentioned by the historian Saxo Grammaticus (apprx. 1160) aas the place were the viking kings were elected, among others Halral 3. Hens in 1074 and Niels in 1104. Isøre (hence the names "Rørvig" and "Isefjord" was a natural harbour where the navy gathered and on the thing, laws valid for the entire country were passed.
There has been some uncertainty about the exact placement but experts today are convinces that Isøre was by Langesø Mose on the eastern side of the Rørvig Peninsula.
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- Sealand, Møn, Lolland-Falster
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Latitude : 55.964749115