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Skinnarviksberget - Stockholm
Sweden

Skinnarviksberget is an elevated rock part in Sodermalm in Stockholm. It's  53 meter high over the sea. The rock is a very popular place as a party place when out. During the summers is this place ideal for a picknick thanks to its view over Riddarfjarden, Norr Malarstrand, Gamla stan (Old town), Stockholm's city hall (Stadshusen) and 8 different churcehs.

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Uploaded: 04/09/2008
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Tags: landmark; skinnarviksberget; stockholm; södermalm
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