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(January 1st - December 31st, 2006)

Wally Tirado

Mission Espada

Alexander Thomsen

Copper Mill Museum (Kupfermühle Museum)

At the Danish-German Border - Harrislee, Germany

1:28 pm, July 13th, 2006

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The Copper Mill Museum shows the almost 400 year history of the once largest (18th and 19th century around 300 workers) industrial establishment in the Danish Empire. The copper mill was founded in 1633 by Christian IV, King of Denmark and Norway. It produced sheet copper for the roofs of the Danish royal castles and covering for ships as well as household items like candlesticks, cans, kettles and the "Flensburg Bucket" (Flensburger Eimer).
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Europe / Germany

Lat: 54° 50' 16" N
Long: 9° 24' 54" E

Elevation: 8 m

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

Canon EOS 300D, Sigma 8mm Fisheye, Manfrotto QTVR 302, Berlebach Tripod.
Caption in [alternate language]
Das Museum Kupfermühle zeigt die fast 400 Jahre alte Geschichte des einst größten (18. und 19. Jahrhundert etwa 300 Arbeiter) Industriebetriebes im dänischen Königreich. Die Kupfermühle wurde 1633 von Christian IV, König von Dänemark und Norwegen gegründet. Produziert wurden Kupferbleche für die Dächer der dänischen Königsschlösser sowie Verkleidung von Schiffen aber auch Haushaltsartikel wie Kerzenleuchter, Kannen, Kessel und der "Flensburger Eimer".

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