Falster

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Falster
Stubbekøbing - Hauptstraße 1.jpg

Location map Falster.svg
Rīce Denemearc
Brādnes 198 mīla²
Mennscipe 43,398

Falster is īeg in Denemearces sūþēast dæle ƿiþ an area of 514 km² (198 sq. miles) and 43,398 oneardendas in 2010.[1] Þēos īeg līþ in Ostsǣ and is Dēna sūðernmesta īegland, and þæs rīces sūðernmesta stede is hēr, se is Gedser Odde, nēah Gedser.[2]

Falstres mǣste burg is Nykøbing Falster þærin ƿuniað fēoƿer in ælcum tēon þære īege ƿunenda. Ellesƿīse on þæm īegland sind Stubbekøbing, Nørre Alslev and Gedser.

Falster is gehlenced to Scealande þæm īeglande be langum brycgum be naman Farø Brycga þæron mōt man drifan to Cēapmannanhæfne. Tƿā brycge standaþ ofer þære nearunesse; ān fram Flastre to Farīege, seo is lytel īeg, and ān from Farīege to Sceallande. Bāt segleþ of Falstre to Hambyrig besūðen.

On ealdum bōcum[adihtan | ādihtan fruman]

Ƿulfstān ƿrāt:

Ƿeonoðland him ƿæs on stēorbord, and on bæcbord him ƿæs Langaland and Læland and Falster and Scōnēg; and þās land eall hȳrað tō Denemearcan. And þonne Burgenda land ƿæs ūs on bæcbord, and þā habbað him sylf cyning. Þonne æfter Burgenda lande ƿǣron ūs þās land þā synd hātene ǣrest Blecinga ēg, and Meore and Eoƿland and Gotland on bæcbord; and þās land hȳrað tō Sƿēon.

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