Ljungby - bananbron
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Ljungby - bananbron

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Panorama från ett vårligt Ljungby tagit uppe på den så kallade bananbron. Varför namnet bananbron? För att bron ser ut som en banan och allmänt kallas för detta i Ljungby.

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A: Ljungby Hembygdsparken

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B: Moving freight depot

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C: Lagavallen

by Fredrik Skog, 1,000 meters away

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D: Road work in Ljungby

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E: Skogskyrkogården Ljungby

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G: Road up to Kånna church

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H: Södra Ljunga church

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I: Port of Bolmen

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J: Målaskog

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