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Skogskyrkogården, Stockholm
Sweden

Skogskyrkogården (official name in English: The Woodland Cemetery [1]) is a cemetery located in the Enskededalen district south of central Stockholm,Sweden. Its design, by Gunnar Asplund and Sigurd Lewerentz, reflectsthe development of architecture from Nordic Classicism to mature functionalism.

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Uploaded: 18/11/2013
Updated: 22/11/2013
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