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The whole world gets to know Thy

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There was great excitement at the Northwest Coast when the news about Thy's placement on The New York Times '52 Places for a Changed World '-list arrived on Monday afternoon. Especially because that includes extraordinary mention that can not be bought for money.

Every year The New York Times present a list of destinations to which travelers should visit during the current year. In the 2022-edition one special destination is conspicuous, Thy. The area has godt a placement on the world-known list, which were presented yesterday on the January 10th.

With the name '52 Places for a Changed World', the list highlights 52 destinations around the world, where one as a visitor will have the opportunity to take part in the solution on problems such as over-tourism and clima changes.

With these terms in focus it is not that strange that Thy has got a place on the list.

Besides the areas impressive nature, consisting of wildernes, deep forests, open dune landscapes and the fantastic yet harsh North Sea, Thy is also a frontrunner in the work with sustainable initiative and an epicenter for renewable energy.

This is amazing because it is a great world-known travel list. For us and the area it means that a much larger audience will know about Thy and the Northwest Coast. This kind of markering is something we would never be able to buy.

Peter Krusborg Pedersen, CEO of Destination Nordvestkysten, tells to Nordjyske.

Testcenter Østerild

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Besides mentioning both Nationalpark Thy and The Visitor Center in Østerild, The New York Times also mentions Medvind, Thisted Bryghus and Stenbjerg Kro in the describtion of Thy. These is a small selection of the many great food experiences Thy has to offer.


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