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Malmoe Park Lake
Sweden

In the city of Malmø you will find a beautiful and quiet park surrounding a lake, visited only by sub bathers and people seeking a place for quiet reflection, perhaps reading a book or for exams.

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Uploaded: 03/07/2010
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