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Smygehuk
Sweden

Fiskeläget som utgör ursprunget har funnits här sedan 1600-talet.

Här bodde 1877, 16 fiskare.
1962 fanns här ca 35 fiskare.
Gott om fornlämningar finns i området.
Bästa utflyktsmål på sommaren då man kan äta en god silltallrik eller en bit rökt ål. Finns även kaffestuga och glasskiosk. Eller bara sitta och titta på båtarna i hamnen.
Mer info finns på: http://www.smygehuk.com/

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Tags: fiskeläge; utflyktsmål; smultronställe; fiskservering; kaffestuga; konstutställning.; konst; natur
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