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Dragoer Sea Bath December 20091220v1c
Copenhagen

A follow-up on my panorama taken in the autumn. By now it's december, and the cold has got a grip on the sea bath of Dragør, a small fishermans town located some 15-16 km. south of Copenhagen, Denmark. If you look closely, you may notice the Øresund Bridge from Denmark to Sweden in the background.

Copyright: Leif Nygaard Eilertsen
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Subida: 21/12/2009
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