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Sk re hamn
Sweden

Folkmängd(2005)   145 invånare

Area(2005)             13 hektar
Landskap                Skåne
Län                         Skåne län
Kommun                Trelleborgs kommun
Församling              Hammarlövs församling
Läge       55º22'N 13º03O/55.367,13.05
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Uploaded: 25/01/2012
Updated: 07/07/2014
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Tags: fiskeby; smultronställe; segelhamn; fiskehamn; badstrand
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