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Gorvaln Bench Cities
Sweden

Gorvaln nature reserve is a green area north west Stockholm. There is ski slope in southern part of the reserve used for slalom. Gorvaln mansion is also in the reserve. You can also hire canoes and kayaks to paddle in lake Maelaren.

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