The fixed link between Scandinavia and Germany
Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link: German and Danish ministers immerse mock-up tunnel

Although much remains to be done before construction of the Fehmarnbelt tunnel begins next year, both German and Danish government officials are confident that the project is on track.

As a symbolic gesture, the Danish Transport Minister Magnus Heunicke and the German Minister of Justice and European Affairs in Schleswig-Holstein Anke Spoorendonk met in the Town Hall Square in Copenhagen on Wednesday to build a scale model of the Fehmarnbelt tunnel. The model was a 1-100 scale replica of one of the 89 tunnel elements that will make up the Fehmarnbelt fixed link. With some assistance from a Femern employee, the two ministers succeeded in assembling all the parts in the right order. 

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