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Dragoer Strandlinien Flowershop Autumn
Copenhagen

The beautiful flowe shop is located in Dragoer (Dragør), a small fishermans village located some 15-16 km. south of Copenhagen, Denmark. The town is probably best known for it's old town dating back to the early 19th. century. The flower shop lies on the outskirts of the odl town, with the harbour to the north and the fortress to the south.

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