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Old Town Stockholm Slott Yttre Borggarden

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The Royal Palace in Stockholm's Old Town. This is the outer court yard, you can see traditional royal guard changes at certain hours during weekend and can enter the palace for a visit,

For more panoramas from the photographer visit his home page at www.stockholm360.net

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