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Stadsgårdshamnen, Stockholm (1)
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Stadsgårdsleden or before 1986 Stadsgården is a street in Södermalm, Stockholm. It is at the southern side of Saltsjön between Slussen in west and Londonviaduktenin east. In parallel with Stadsgårdsleden you can find Stadsgårdshamnen or Stadsgårdkajen, where Stockholm harbor's quay faccilitis towards Östersjön is.

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