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The Observatory at Saltsjöbaden
Sweden
This observatory was built about 1920's when the light conditions in downtown Stockholm became too difficult for the observatory there. It was in use by the Stockholm Observatory beween 1931 and 2001.
Copyright: Lennart Mollerstrom
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Taken: 03/10/2012
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