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Turebergs Torg
Sweden

Turebergs Torg is adjacent to the commuter train station of Sollentuna. It is on the north side of Sollentuna Centrum shopping centre. It has a small outdoor market during weekdays. There is also a cinema, banks, kiosk and restaurants. The highrise building houses the Sollentuna local government offices.

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