Swans, the National Bird of Denmark
by 9hamblin
 Copenhagen Denmark
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Dragør, Denmark
Dragør, Denmark
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Swans, the National Bird
Swans, the National Bird
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Prime the Pump
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Denmark is a very beautiful place to photograph!!1 Just like many places in the world, but I happen to be in Denmark so this is what you get.

One of the places to visit is the village of Dragør, a delightful seaport located on Amager, one of the many islands surrounding Copenhagen. Excellent eating places on the Harbor front overlooking the ocean. Esperson's is a delightful place to eat and worth walking to. Delicious fresh fish, salmon, and shrimp for the seafood lover. Serve also a fantastic hamburger for those who just can't resist trying one. It is famous for it's soft ice cream....none like it in all the world, but then I haven't be in all the world, but the places I have been, no where have I tasted soft cream so delicious! And the cones are many in size, but beware of the largest one.....share it with the family if you dare! You might not get to eat near as much as you would like!!

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