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Holmen Church Inner Yard Copenhagen
Copenhagen

The Holmen Church was the church of the danish navy from back in the good old days - built by the famous danish king Christian IV in the early part of the 17th century. The church is still in use, in some cases for formal events such as the burial of political and military key figures. 

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