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The Beauty and Beast of Stockholm
Sweden

Three ugly concrete bridges connect Slussen and Gamla Stan in Stockholm completly ruining the beauty of the historic skyline. One for the trains, one for the metro, and the third for the cars and pedestrians.

Copyright: Rafael De Vill
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 06/12/2009
Updated: 18/09/2014
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Tags: bridge concrete slussen gamla stan historic skyline graffiti dirt littering
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