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Slussen
Sweden

Slussen a place in Stockholm downtown. It is subway and bus station, where you can change busses, subway or ferries. It is also a passage between lake Mälaren and Saltsjön.

The Tall Ships' Races are a combination of sailing races between ports and festivals of the world largest sailing ships while in the ports. Here you can see the visitors at Slussen.

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Uploaded: 04/09/2008
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