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Nikolaj Church Autumn Copenhagen
Copenhagen

Despite the name, the Nikolaj Church have never been used as a church, but at times a library - now housing several restaurants and exhibitions. Regardless the Nikolaj Square is worth a visit, especially in the summer.

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