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Gefion fountain, Copenhagen
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Gefion fountain has been launched in 1908, 14 July in Copenhagen.  Made by Danish sculptor-Anders Bundgård.  Gefion fountain is an illustration Norse legends of the formation Zealand.  It is worth visit this place.  I am recommending

Gefion

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