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Brønshøj is a medieval neighborhood that originated as a village, and was fortified in the 17th century.
Brønshøj is a medieval neighborhood that originated as a village, and was fortified in the 17th century. The Brønshøj Museum traces the local history of the suburb.
2700 Copenhagen, Denmark
Vestvolden is a series of fortifications running from Avedøre to Utterslev Mose that were built in the late 19th century
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The Storm P
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