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Prince Bertil Memorial
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An annual parade of vintage cars. Cars first gather near the Vasa Museum. After a parade through down town Stockholm the parade end at Biskopsudden on the island of Djurgården.

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Lennart Mollerstrom
Prince Bertil Memorial
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