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Dragoer Strand Alley 2009 09 23 V2
Copenhagen

Dragoer - or Dragør in danish - is a small fishermans town some 15-16 km. south of Copenhagen, Denmark. The town is probably best known for it's idyllic old town.

This photo is taken in one of the narrow alleys running parallel to the harbour and Oresound - a late autumn afternoon.

Copyright: Leif nygaard eilertsen
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Uploaded: 26/09/2009
Updated: 17/09/2014
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