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The Commanders Quarters at the Citadel
Copenhagen
The Commanders Quarters, located in the Citadel of Copenhagen. The summer is here, and so are the tourists. The Citadel is close to Langelinie, where you will find the Mermaid and the visiting cruise ships.
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