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The Marble Church
Copenhagen

Frederiks Kirke, also known as The Marble Church is part of the Frederiksstaden, a district of Copenhagen, intended to commemorate the 300 years jubilee of the first coronation of a member of the House of Oldenburg.

Copyright: Flemming V. Larsen
Typ: Spherical
Upplösning: 6500x3250
Taken: 19/05/2009
Uppladdad: 12/07/2009
Uppdaterad: 14/07/2014
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Tags: frederiks kirke; church; copenhagen; denmark
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