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Going fishing
Copenhagen

Early on one of the beautiful summer mornings a band of merry brothers tell tales of new and exciting experiences as they leave Dragør harbour (a small town located some 15-16 km. south of Copenhagen, Denmark) - leaving wifes and kids alone - for a while. It's early, and from the visiting boats you will hear only muffled sounds.

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