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Kalundborg lies sheltered in a fjord of the same name in north western Zealand in Denmark. It was often a royal capital in the middle Ages and its castle was a frequent meeting place for the national assembly of Danehof. Later, the castle became a state prison, where Christian II was confined between 1549 and 1559 and was put to the torch by the Swedes in 1658. Other sights in the city include the Vor Frue Kirke built in 1170 with five towers and a historical museum. The High Town was the fortified medieval town; the boundaries of the town call still be recognised although the wall is no longer present. Some buildings dating back from the 16th century are still apparent and most of the towns historical points of interest can still be found.
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