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Dragoer Captains Alley With Birch Trees
Copenhagen

One of the idyllic spots in the old town of Dragoer, a small fishermans village located some 15-16 km. south of Copenhagen, Denmark. The town is perhaps best known for it's old town and the pilots helping to navigate the Oresound.

An apology to my countrymen for the rough translation of Skipperstræde. However, the name of the alley reminds one of old times, when sailors from Dragoer was part of the trade with India and China.

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