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Havneholmen Copenhagen Waterfront
Copenhagen

Havneholmen is a new part of Copenhagens waterfront in front of shopping center Fisketorvet. Here are both residential properties and exclusive apartments. Bryggebroen, a combined bike / walking bridge, connects Havneholmen with Islands Brygge.

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Uploaded: 28/10/2009
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