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Vasteras Notudden
Sweden

The small boats hamn Notudden in Västerås Sweden. You can see the central part of the Västerås city from here as well as the modern and residential areas like Norrmalm.

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Copyright: Mahmood Hamidi
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Uploaded: 29/06/2013
Updated: 31/08/2013
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