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Hilltop south of DTU
Copenhagen

Picture taken from hilltop in southermost area of campus, DTU  (Technical University of Denmark). Kongens Lyngby among other suburbs of Copenhagen is seen in the background.

(Image shot handheld with a Sony DSC-HX7V compact camera.)

Copyright: Bjarke Andersen
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Resolution: 22016x11008
Uploaded: 25/04/2013
Updated: 14/10/2014
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Tags: hilltop; outdoors; campus; university
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