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The Marble Church interior
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Frederiks Kirke også kendt som Marmorkirke har skandinaviens største kirkekuppel med et spænd på 32 m. Kuplen hviler på 12 søjler. Inspirationen kommer sikkert fra St, Peters Basilica i Rom.

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