Discovering this gem was the trigger that led us to create Clue Me!, so we could bring this and everything else to light.
Things are lookin' up, 'round here
Cannonball lodged in the wall
Why It's Interesting
There was a time when Denmark charged a toll for ships to pass between the North Sea and Baltic Sea (they controlled the narrows to the north of here). In 1807, the British decided to stop paying the toll and sent some warships to make that clear. This cannonball became lodged in the wall during the ensuing bombardment, and remains as a reminder of the British statement.