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Bryggareberget at lighthouse and the old German brewery
Sweden

The panorama shows Karlskrona from a viewpoint on Bryggareberget just a few kilometers north of the city. One of Karlskronas two older lighthouses is seen in south east. In north east the old German brewery, that gave the viewpoint its name, can be seen. Far away in the west there is an old gunpowder storage building from the city’s early days some 300 years ago.

Copyright: Peter steneld
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Uploaded: 14/04/2011
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