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Mosede Fort 02

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The group of new coastal forts were constructed at the beginning of World War I. These were (clockwise): Taarbæk Fort, connecting to the northern fort line; Flakfortet, at sea beyond Middelgrund; and Dragør FortKongelundsfortetMosede Fort to the south.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fortifications_of_Copenhagen

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