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In June 2017, UNESCO designated Møn as Denmark's first biosphere reserve, consisting of "a series of islands and islets in the southern Baltic Sea, over approximately 45,118 hectares (131,890 acres).
Its landscapes include woodlands, grasslands, meadows, wetlands, coastal areas, ponds and steep hills." Møn is located just off the south-eastern tip of Zealand from which it is separated by the waters of the Hølen strait between Kalvehave and the island of Nyord, at the northern end of Møn. At the narrowest point between the two islands, the waters are referred to as Wolf Strait (Ulvsund), which is the primary strait separating Møn from Zealand.
A larger house was constructed in the park in 1887 by Baron Fritz Rosenkrantz, which is now a hotel.
The park is open to the public and includes the original thatched manor house, Swiss cottage, Chinese tea house and Norwegian log cabin.
It belongs to the Region Sjælland ("Zealand Region").
Møn is one of Denmark's most popular destinations for tourists with its white chalk cliffs, countryside, sandy beaches and the market town of Stege.
To the southwest is Stubbekøbing on the island of Falster, which is separated from Møn by the Grønsund (Green Strait).
Nyord is an important habitat for geese, ducks and other wading birds.
Another attraction close to the cliffs is Liselund, the romantic summer residence erected in the 1790s by French nobleman Antoine de Bosc de la Calmette for his wife, Lise.
The miniature thatched palace and grounds were designed by Andreas Kirkerup, one of the foremost landscape architects of the times.
Keldby Church has a unique altarpiece and is also richly decorated with frescos.
Another interesting church is the one at Damsholte.