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Camping North of Sweden
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This is a camping by the Gulf of Bothnia to the north of Baltic Sea. Swedish nature at its best. There are thousands of people coming from all over Sweden and the world to stay at campings like this to enjoy the Swedish summer, fishing, relaxing in a green area with water all over the place. This place is near Kalix, somewhere between Luleå and the Finnish border. When this image was taken was end of April and the see was still frozen. It is off season and there are no tourists here yet. All cotages are empty but will be filled during the summer.

Copyright: محمود حمیدی
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Uploaded: 30/04/2010
Updated: 08/10/2014
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