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Hasselby beach bath, Stockholm, Sweden.
Sweden

The bath/beach in Hasselby, Stockholm, Sweden. 2012-12-21. Wintertime, lots of snow. View over lake Malaren. The two chimneys belongs to Hasselby powerplant.

Copyright: Ingemar Edfalk
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Uploaded: 21/12/2012
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Tags: bath; beach; hässelby; stockholm; sweden; lake
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