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Skateboardbana. Byggdes 2011 för ungdomarna i Trelleborg med omnejd.

Banan är belägen i Folkets Park som ligger ca 200 m från centrum.

Här finns även träningsredskap som passar alla.

Allt är kostnadsfritt.

Copyright: Jan andersson
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Tags: skateboard for anyone who wants to try...; recreation; gymnastics
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