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On the way to the Oktorp farmstead at Skansen open-air museum, Stockholm
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The Oktorp Farmstead (Oktorpsgården) comes from Halland. It shows what a farmstead in the flat countryside there looked like in the 1870s.


More information: http://www.skansen.se

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