The city of the last rest of the Danish kings

Pavel Čáp
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Inserted: 08.04.2020
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A historic city located west of Copenhagen, where it is worth spending at least one day. It is best known for its impressive brick cathedral of St. Lukáš, in which Danish kings have been buried since the 15th century, of which there are already 22. The town lies at the southern end of a long fjord with an interesting Viking history. You can get very detailed information about it in a very interesting Viking museum, where they even produce functional replicas of Viking ships. Time flows here thanks to the university atmosphere.

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