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Utsiktsplats Öresundsbron
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Utsiktsplats där man kan beskåda bron mellen Sverige och Danmark Vid klart väder ser man Köpenhamn mycket väl Fin natur att promenera i eller ta en fika och njuta av vädret om så tillåter Bra stigar att jogga på

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