Submarine S323 "The seal"
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Submarine S323 "The seal"

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S323 seal is the Danish Navy's latest submarine. It is now on land.

It is now the Museum submarine seal, and is situated at Brad bench at Nyholm.

On Nyholmen can visit the frigate F352 Peder Skram, Sixtus, mast crane, S323 seal, torpedo boat P547 Sehested and Denmark's first maritime radio station OXA.

http://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/S323_S%C3%A6len

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