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Drottningholm Palace (Changing of the Royal Guards)
Sweden

Changing of the Royal Guards is a several hunderd years old ceremony during which the guards of the Royal Family or its palaces are changed. Here you can see it at Drottningholm Palace grounds just outside Drottningholm Palace Theatre.

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Tags: landmark; event; stockholm; sweden; drottningsholm; palace; slott
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