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Riddersviks manor.
Sweden

Riddersviks Gård, built circa 1760, lies by the shore of Lake Mälaren, in Hässelby in western Stockholm. This pano was shot in januari 2013 and shows the mainbuilding and the two wings. And the christmas tree too...

Copyright: Ingemar Edfalk
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Uploaded: 20/01/2013
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Tags: riddersvik; hässelby; sweden; snow; winter; cold; sunny; mid-winter; stockholm
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