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Monteliusvägen
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Monteliusvägen is one of the most scenic spots in Stockholm. It offers one of the most beatiful and classic views of the Old Town of Stockholm and the north shore of lake Mälaren with Stockholm City Hall. A "must" for the tourist to visit.

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