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Gammelstad Church Town,2, Lulea, Sweden
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Gammelstad, listed on Unisco's world heritage objects, has one of the biggest and best preserved church towns in the world, with more than 400 Church cottages surrounding the mediaeval stone church. Gammelstad Church Town comprises church cottages, a mediaeval stone church, private homes, a parish storehouse and much more.

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