Body of water in Denmark
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Smålandsfarvandet is a strait in Denmark's archipelago between Zealand and Lolland. The strait contains some small, rural islands with fewer than a thousand permanent inhabitants together.

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Map of Smålandsfarvandet
  • Askø
  • 1 Fejø. With around 600 citizens, this is the most populous of the islands.
  • 2 Femø (off the north coast of Lolland). 154 permanent citizens.    
  • Rågø
  • Vejrø

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Femø is most famous for being one of the first bastions for the women's rights movement, it now attracts lesbians and feminists, while priding itself in welcoming all women.

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These islands have no roads to the larger islands. Askø, Fejø and Femø have ferries from Lolland; others can only be reached by private vessels; see Boating on the Baltic Sea.

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