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Krogsbaek old churchyard - 11'century to 1901...
Denmark

In some hundred years, from 11'century there was a church and churchyard far out in the middle of nowhere! The church belongs to the little town Krogsbaek. In 1901 the church and churchyard was moved into Karlby.

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