Vejle Fjord is a fjord in Denmark. It is approximately 22 km (13.7 mi) in length, and stretches east from the town of Vejle at the head to the towns of Trelde Næs on the south side and Juelsminde on the north side at the mouth. The fjord's generally calm surface waters are surrounded by low forested hills shaped by glaciers during the last ice age.
Public works projects have re-shaped the small rivers and countryside surrounding the fjord since the Middle Ages.
The material in this article was taken from the corresponding article in the Danish Wikipedia.
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