Sweden Stockholm Humlegarden Scheele
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Sweden Stockholm Humlegarden Scheele

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The statue of Carl-Wilhelm Scheele stands in the north of Humlegarden park. Scheele was a pharmaceutical chemist living in the 18th century in Sweden. He discovered several chemical elements and acids. More info about Scheele can be found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Wilhelm_Scheele

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