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Halvkakssundet, Stockholm
Sweden

Halvkakssundet is the narrowest part of the channel betwwen southern Lindingö island and Nacka and leads from "Östersjön" to "Lilla Värtan". It is the main entrance way for larger ships and ferries to Stockholm's Harbour.

Here when the ships attending the Tall Ships Races 2007 are passing through.

Copyright: Mahmood hamidi
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Uploaded: 04/09/2008
Updated: 11/02/2012
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