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Store Magleby Church From Entrance
Copenhagen

The church is part of an old village, Store Magleby, distinguished by it's farmers brought to Denmark by the danish king back in the middle of the 17th. century. The church bears a close resemblance to the curches found in the farmers native country.

This view is seen from the entrance on the Church Road.

Copyright: Leif nygaard eilertsen
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