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Hirtshals Havn
Denmark

Hirtshals havn, the harbour of Hirtshals, is amongst the biggest fishing harbors of Denmark.

The big ship is the RV Dana, the research vessel of the Danish National Institute of Aquatic Resource. It was built from 1980-1981 and is equiped for worldwide research operations.

Copyright: Matthias Kunze
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Caricate: 07/06/2012
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Tags: harbor; ship; sea; denmark; research vessel; vessel; fishing
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