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Bogby Langeland in Lejbøllegaard

A time warp where you can see and experience the beautiful ceiling and wall decorations, created by master painter Daniel Weech late 1800.

Thrift store on Langeland - books and interiors

Lejbøllegaard is home to the non-profit organisation Bogby Langeland.
The farm dates back to 15-1600. The current farm was built in 1891 and is still run as a farm, read more about the farm at bogbylangeland.dk

Impressive book collection and second-hand market - a visit is an experience in itself

The non-profit organisation "Bogbylangeland.dk" was created in 2012 after the idea of the first English book village in the small town of Hay-on-Wye, located in Wails.
Over the years, the place has evolved from a modest sales library in Lejbøllegaard's ballroom to a large sales library with more than 30,000 books and a 1200 m2 second-hand market.

Bogbylangeland.dk is run by volunteers and a few permanent librarians.
Bogby is open all year round (except for the first 2 weeks of January).