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Dragoer Goose Republic in November
Copenhagen

Close to the Sea Bath you will find the Goose Republic. It has been a long standing tradition in Dragør to keep geese, ducks and other fowls on the beach meadows. This panorama was taken on one of the very few days with clear skies - didn't last long.

Copyright: Leif nygaard eilertsen
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