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Road to Öster Malma, Sörmland
Sweden

Öster Malma is owned by Svenska Jägareförbundet.  The large white building is used as for conferences, courses in hunting etc. It also houses also the secretariat of Jägarförbundet as well as a restaurant specialising in game dishes. At the Wildlife Park, you can for example see elk, deer and wild boar. The Garden Shop among other things sells some very nice meat.

Copyright: Mats Hjelte
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Taken: 10/08/2013
Uploaded: 12/09/2013
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