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Grim's Habitation in Karlskrona
Sweden

The panorama is taken in a cave in the middle of an area with big boulders that creates lots of caves, these caves has the name Grim's Caves.


Grim was a giant or a Viking chief who according to the legend lived in this particular cave during summertime. Rest of the year Grim lived on an island in Kalmar sund called Grimskär, just outside the castle in Kalmar (Kalmar Slott).

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