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Butterfly House, Hagaparken
Sweden

The fish pond in "Fjärilhuset" (the Butterfly House) in "Hagaparken" (Haga Park) in Solna, Stockholm. Hagaparken is one of Sweden's best preserved historical park facilities today.

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Uploaded: 11/07/2009
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