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The Swedish Museum of Natural History
Sweden

The Swedish Museum of Natural History is a meeting place for everyone who wants to know about the natural sciences and to learn more about, for example, nature, climate or astronomy.

There are exhibitions to visit, lectures to attend, guided tour.

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