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Dragoer Amagermuseum Courtyard Autumn
Copenhagen

Amager Museum exhibits a very extensive collection on the history of the town Store Magleby, located some 15 km. south of Copenhagen, Denmark, in the county Dragoer (Dragør). During the school autumn holiday the museum is very active, allowing children to experience how an old farm was run.

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