1919-Bleirot-flies over Stockholm- 2010
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1919-Bleirot-flies over Stockholm- 2010

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100 years of Swedish aviation - completely renovated Bleriot airplane from 1919 lifts 100 years after the first flight show in Stockholm in 1910. Large event 21 Aug 2010 By Tekniska Museet and others.

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A: Optical Telegraph

por Lennart Mollerstrom, 140 metros de distancia

This optical telegraph or semaphore is located near the National Museum of Science and Technology. It...

Optical Telegraph

B: Tekniska museet

por Daryoush Tahmasebi, 270 metros de distancia

Tekniska museet

C: Kaknäs Tower

por Lennart Mollerstrom, 330 metros de distancia

The Kaknäs Tower (Kaknästornet) is the hub for television and radio broadcasts in Sweden. When it was...

Kaknäs Tower

D: Ship models hall at the Swedish National Maritime Museum

por Vil Muhametshin, 370 metros de distancia

Ship models hall at the Swedish National Maritime Museum

E: The Maritime Museum. Schooner Amphion.

por Vil Muhametshin, 370 metros de distancia

The Maritime Museum is the central institution within SMM (Swedish National Maritime Museums), which ...

The Maritime Museum. Schooner Amphion.

F: The National Maritime Museum

por Lennart Mollerstrom, 420 metros de distancia

The National Maritime Museum or "Sjöhistoriska Museet" displays models of warships and merchant vesse...

The National Maritime Museum

G: Kaknäs Tower

por Lennart Mollerstrom, 470 metros de distancia

The Kaknäs Tower (Kaknästornet) is the hub for television and radio broadcasts in Sweden. When it was...

Kaknäs Tower

H: 1809 Finnish War Reenactment in Stockholm 2009

por Jann Lipka, 510 metros de distancia

Last war Sweden was involved in was 1809 .Sweden lost against Russia, and peace treaty was signed.Fin...

1809 Finnish War Reenactment in Stockholm 2009

I: 1809 Finnish War Reenactment

por Jann Lipka, 610 metros de distancia

Sweden flag bearer at 1809 war play ,  Celebrating tha last battle Sweden was involved in on its own ...

1809 Finnish War Reenactment

J: Rosendal Palace

por Lennart Mollerstrom, 630 metros de distancia

Rosendal is one of the royal palaces. It is located at Djurgården that was the royal hunting grounds ...

Rosendal Palace

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Text by Steve Smith.

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