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Gudhjem har langt tilbage i tiden haft sin hovedindtægt fra fiskeriet, fordi fiskerne kunne have deres både liggende nogenlunde sikkert i en af de mange klippevige. Gudhjem fik sin havn nogle få år før den store stormflod i 1872. Den blev ligesom mange andre bornholmske havne totalt ødelagt ved stormfloden, og først i 1889 stod den nye havn færdig

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