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A Restaurant nicely situated in Djurgården.

Djurgården is Sweden’s most beloved amusement and recreation area. Every year, its attractions are enjoyed by some 5.5 million visitors from all over the world, and at least as many come here simply to take a walk or picnic in the grass.

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Tags: restaurant; stockholm; sweden; djurgarden; park
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