The word "stowaway" refers to a person, who travels by means of transportation without a ticket.
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The Statue of Liberty is a monument that commemorates the abolition of the Emancipation of the peasantry
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A crossbow shoots off the arrow by pulling the trigger and reached its height of popularity in the Middle Ages
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Danish West Indies, the
Denmark had colonies in India, Africa and America in the period of 1620-1920
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World Clock, Jens Olsen's
Jens Olsen's World Clock at City Hall in Copenhagen is an astronomical clock, which shows Siderean and Central European time.
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Absalon first built a castle at Copenhagen, then a small port called Havn, and laid foundations for the future expansion of the city.
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Frederik III - King
Frederik III (1609-1670) was married to Sofie Amalie of Brunswick-Lüneburg and introduced absolute monarchy in Denmark
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Blue Tower (Blåtårn)
Blåtårn, which could be translated as "Blue Tower", was the greatest tower of Copenhagen Castle, and its most fearsome prison.
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Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg (1783-1853) was a Danish painter from the early 19th century
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