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Kungsträdgården and cherry blossoms
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You have to be there exactly the right week to catch the cherry blossoms at Kungsträdgården, the "Kings Garden" of Stockholm. These Sakura trees were planted in 1998 and when they bloom people come from everywhere to enjoy their beauty. Cameras clicking away everywhere...

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