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Riddersviks parkway.
Sweden

The parkway leading to Ridersviks Gård (Riddersvik manor). Riddersviks Gård, built circa 1760, lies by the shore of Lake Mälaren, in Hässelby in western Stockholm. This pano was shot 2013-01-19 on a sunny, snowy winterday.

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