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Sandon Stockholm archipelago
Sweden

Barely more than an hours journey from downtown Stockholm and the stress of the city, here you will find a unique and inspiring atmosphere in the outer archipelago. Sandon, Sandhamn. The island is situated at the outskirts of the archipelago with the open see at one side.

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