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Norrbro in Stockholm – Flags of Sweden and Norway flying halfmast.
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Flags of Sweden and Norway flying to honour tragedy of 22 July in Oslo and Utøya. Monday 25 July made an official mourning day for offers and halfmast day in Sweden. Flags of Royal Family , Goverment, parlament of Sweden , Opera house and Grand Hotel are visible in this image with flags halfmast .

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Uploadet: 28/07/2011
Opdateret: 17/08/2011
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Tags: sweden; stockholm; norway shooting july 2011
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