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The Box Hall at Axelborg
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Boks Salen under Axelborg husede tidligere Andelsbankens bankboks. I dag er den indrettet, så den kan bruges til konferencer, festmiddage og/eller natklub.

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Uploadet: 20/04/2009
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Tags: axelborg; conference; copenhagen; denmark
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