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Hammershus Medieval Fortification Bornholm
Denmark

Hammershus was a strong fortification at the top of the 60 meter high cliff at nortern point of Bornholm. In the middle age it was rules by the Lybechs and the schwedes. Until the people on the island through out the swedish govenor, and went back to the kingdom of Denmark.

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