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Djurgardsbron 1
Sweden

The bridge Djurgårdsbron, built 1895 replaced and older wooden bridge and connects Stockholm mainland with Djurgarden (Djurgården).

You can rent bicycle and canoes at the foot of this bridge, there is also a cafe during the summer at the same place.

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