Sweden National Day Baloons
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Sweden National Day Baloons

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50 thousands    Yellow and Blue balloons release outside Royal Palace in Stockholm ,

during the celebration of Nationaldagen .

Just outside the CIty there was some clashes between extreme right and antiracist groups.

  • kate salten over 1 year ago
    your panorams are so beautiful, so saturated colors!
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