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Timeline 1810 to 2010 in front off Örebro Castle and the statue off Karl XIV Johan
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A timeline is placed in front off the statue off Karl XIV Johan Who was the Swedish regent from 1810. The timelinne reach to 2010 and show us what happen under 200 years of time

Copyright: Lars Lindahl
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Caricate: 17/11/2012
Aggiornato: 10/07/2014
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Tags: Örebro castle; karl xiv johan; Örebro
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