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Nybroplan, Stockholm city center, the crossing point of the streets Birger Jarlsgatan, Strandvägen, Hamngatan and Nybrogatan. "Dramaten" (The Royal Dramatic Theatre) and Berzelii park with Berns Salonger, a classical entertainment venue and restaurant since two centuries, are situated here at Nybroplan. Here with an outdoor photographic exhibition.

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