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Odense Palace
Denmark

Odense Palace was first used as a royal palace by King Frederk II in 1579. Before that there have been a hospital and a monastery.

Today it is used as offices for the city's cultural department and others.

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Copyright: Flemming V. Larsen
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6500x3250
Subida: 19/03/2009
Actualizado: 14/07/2014
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