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Tha haven from Faaborg near the statue
Denmark

Das Panorama zeigt den Hafen von Faaborg im Süden von Fünen von der Standpromenade aus gesehen. Der Hafen wurde in den letzten Jahren modernisiert. Der Ort Faaborg befindet sich am nord-westlichen Ende der dänischen Südsee, wie das südfünische Inselmeer auch bezeichnet wird.

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Uploaded: 19/05/2012
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Tags: denmark; danish southern seas; faaborg; harbor; statue
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