On Western Årsta Bridge
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On Western Årsta Bridge

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Västra Årstabron, Stockholm (Nya Årstabron).

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A: Årstaskog

by Lennart Börjeson, 110 meters away

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B: Western Årsta Bridge

by Lennart Börjeson, 730 meters away

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C: Liljeholmsbron

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E: Hornstull

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G: Högalid Church

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H: Roof at MariaBangata

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I: Bandy on Zinken

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J: Årstaskog vid Årstaviken

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