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Near the Museum Of Far Eastern Antiquities, Stockholm
Sweden

The museum is beautifully situated on Skeppsholmen, a small island in the middle of central Stockholm.

The museum has collections from Asia, with special focus on China. Items from the collections now on display in China before China illustrate prehistoric China, The Middle Kingdom deals with China in the age of emperors and also on display China´s Book History, Buddhist and Indian sculptures and Chinese paintings.

http://www.ostasiatiska.se

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Copyright: Vil Muhametshin
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Tags: chinese pagoda; winter; skepsholmen; Östasiatiska museet; asian culture; stockholm view
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