From Bogø another causeway connects to the small island of Farø, which acts as the centre point for the Farø Bridges carrying the motorway between Zealand and Falster.
The north Farø bridge has a span of 1.5 km (1 mi), the south bridge a span of 1.7 km (1 mi) with a 290-metre-long (950 ft) central span for shipping.
At the north-western corner of Møn is a narrow bridge to the island of Nyord.
The small village on the island has a number of quaint cottages and farmhouses as well as a unique octagonal church and a small harbour.
The bridge was completed in 1984 and forms part of Euroroute E47 from Copenhagen (and Helsingborg) to Lübeck (and thence Hamburg and the south).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.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.To the southwest is Stubbekøbing on the island of Falster, which is separated from Møn by the Grønsund (Green Strait).
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The bridge is 746 metres (2,448 ft) long and considered to be one of Denmark's most attractive bridges.At the south-western corner, Møn disconnects by causeway to the 5 km × 7 km (3 mi × 4 mi) island of Bogø.Stege Church built in the Romanesque style dates from the early 13th century.The annual "Stege Festival" takes place every Tuesday in July, and the first Tuesday in August.The Geo Center Møns Klint, a geological museum tracing the origins of Denmark and the formation of the cliffs opened there in May 2007.
The combination of chalk in the subsoil with a dry local climate, and its agricultural use consisting primarily of cattle grazing, has created some of Denmark's richest meadowlands.
Another interesting church is the one at Damsholte.
It is one of the finest Rococo buildings in Denmark and the only village church built in the Rococo style.
Møn is connected to Zealand at the town of Kalvehave by the Queen Alexandrine Bridge.
The bridge opened for traffic on May 30, 1943, and is named after Queen Alexandrine, the Queen Consort of King Christian X.