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Djurgårdsbron 2
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Djurgårdsbron (Djurgard's bridge) is a bridge i Stockholm downtown that connects Östermalm to the island Djurgården.


The current bridge (Djurgårdsbron) was built by 1896 and was finished for the great Stockholm exhibition 1897. The bridge is an iron bridge with three spans.

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Tags: landmark; stockholm; sweden; djurgarden; bridge; djurgardsbro
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