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Trekroner Fort
Copenhagen

Trekroner is a danish sea fortress situated in the entrance to the port of Copenhagen. Construction began in 1713 and continued in stages until the 1860s. It's an artificial island originally made of sunken ships but today it is mostly reinforced concrete.

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