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Breakfast on Veranda - Amanningen lake - sweden
Sweden

Having breakfast on the Veranda of a cabin on a small private island not bigger than 1200 m². Sun was shining, lake was calm, temperature around 20 degrees C. There are around 100 000 lakes with a surface bigger than one hectare (0,01 km²) in Sweden. Here in the lake Amanningen between Ängelsberg and Virsbo in Fagersta municipality, Sweden.

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Uploaded: 20/08/2009
Updated: 22/02/2012
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