Stengade Wood is a lush, hilly area just north of Spodsbjerg. The wood encompasses several cultural monuments, such as the remains of an old rampart – a relic of the battles with England, 1807–14, as part of the Napoleonic Wars, and “Oehlenschläger’s Beech”, a 200-year-old beech tree where the author Adam Oehlenschläger reputedly composed Denmark’s national song Der er et yndigt land (A Lovely Land Is Ours).