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Langholmen Västerbron - Stockholm
Sweden

Langholmen is an island but also a district in Stockholm city.

Vasterbron is a bridge in central Stockholm, which sapns from Sodermalm, over Langholmen nad Riddarfjarden to the Marieberg district on Kungsholmen.

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