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Køge Bay

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Vinter i Køge Bugt - Winter at the Køge Bay area

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Krudtbrødre - Mod har ingen alder | Introfilm | Køge Museum

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Vraget af krigsskibet Dannebroge i Køge Bugt

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Slaget i Køge bugt

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Søværnets Tamburkorps - Sangen om Ivar Huitfeldt

Køge Bugt or Køge Bay is an approximately 500 km2-shallow Danish bay in the southern part of Øresund, between Greater Copenhagen area in the North and Stevns Klint in the South, and as a part of Zealand. It is name after the Danish town Køge, which is located towards its southern part. The area around the bay's shores are built-up from Copenhagen to Køge, including Copenhagen suburban areas like Brøndby Strand, Vallensbæk, Ishøj, Hundige, Jersie and others. The seafloor is not located deeper than 10 meters anywhere inside the bay. Due to its closeness to the Baltic Sea, the average surface salinity is lower than elsewhere in Øresund, especially when compared to the northern parts of this sound.
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