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Ljunghusen beach cabins
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Ljunghusen beach cabins — The second half of August is already very late in the season, and these cabins were deserted when I arrived around dinner time on a Tuesday (Aug 19). Just on the other side of that little dune ridge is the Baltic, I promise, but it was flat and not being nearly as interesting as this double row of terraced cabins, which lets Swedes shelter from rain showers on a day out to the beach. Read on...

During August 2008 I spent 17 days driving around Sweden in the single-minded pursuit of one good 360-degree panorama per day, posting the results daily to the Panoramic Sweden blog.

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Uploaded: 23/11/2008
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