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Cafe Rhodos

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Cafe rhodos is a summer project driven by Ivan (succesfull student of Karolinska medical school ) and several of his friends .

This Blue trailer summer cafe - with a touch of Swedish 60s

- is a nice laid back place at Årstaviken .

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