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Park At Charlottenlund Palace
Copenhagen

Charlottenlund Palace is now owned by the danish state and is used by the Danish Institute of Fisheries and Ocean  Reseach - so there is not public acces to the palace except for some special occasion where the are help public concerts in the palace hall.

But there are free acces to take a walk in the beautiful park.

Copyright: Flemming v. larsen
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Uploaded: 28/08/2009
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