Postcard: Five-masted barque KØBENHAVN (1921)
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British-built, Danish-owned five-masted barque used as a naval training vessel until its disappearance after December 22, 1928. Built for the Danish East Asiatic Company in 1921, the world's largest sailing ship at the time, and primarily served for sail training of young cadets, it went missing en route from Buenos Aires to Australia in December1928 and remains missing at sea.
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