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Kings Gate 2009 09 24 V3b
Copenhagen

Part of a series of panoramas from the Citadel (Kastellet) of Copenhagen, Denmark. The Citadel is part of the fortifications of old Copenhagen, dating back to the 17th. century. Although still a military installation, the Citadel if open to the public and used for many events.

This photo is taken on the bridge leading to the Kings Gate, with the English Church on the right.

Copyright: Leif nygaard eilertsen
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
送信日: 25/09/2009
更新日: 17/09/2014
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