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Skanderborg Culture Centre
Denmark

Skanderborg Kulturhus (Culture Centre) is an activity house with cinema, cafe, meeting rooms, theatre and art exhibitions. And you also find a library and the tourist information with acces to the internet. 

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Uploaded: 07/05/2009
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Tags: culture centre; cafe; theater; cinema; tourist information; skanderborg; denmark
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