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Dragoer Redthorns Housing Autumn
Copenhagen

The red brick atrium houses of Rødtjørnen (red thorns) in Dragoer (Dragør) is an example of well integrated architecture. The city is otherwise primarily known for it's old town, well worth the 15-16 km. trip south of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Copyright: Leif Nygaard Eilertsen
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Chargée: 11/10/2009
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