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Old House in Brogade Koege
Danmark

Køge er en gammel by som første gang omtales i 1100-tallet. Rundt om i byen findes mange gamle huse. Dette i Brogade er fra 1636, som man kan læse over porten.

Copyright: Flemming V. Larsen
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Uploadet: 13/07/2009
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