Haellholmen Angelsberg Sweden
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Haellholmen Angelsberg Sweden

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Island of Haellholmen in Amanningen lake in Sweden. Here a family is having breakfast on the Veranda of a cabin on a small private island not bigger than 1200 m². Sun was shining, lake was calm, temperature around 20 degrees C. Here in the lake Amanningen between Ängeslberg and Virsbo in Sweden.

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A: Breakfast on Veranda - Amanningen lake - sweden

by Mahmood Hamidi, less than 10 meters away

Having breakfast on the Veranda of a cabin on a small private island not bigger than 1200 m². Sun was...

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D: Elsa Anderssons Konditori Norberg

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E: Norbergsån

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F: Norbergs kyrka

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G: Kvarnen Norberg

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H: Outside the city Sala.

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Outside the city Sala.

I: Vasteras Badhusgatan

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J: Vasteras Stora Torg

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