Alviks strand - Stockholm

Alviks strand is an area in the Alvik district in west Stockholm neighbouring the lake Maelaren. It is connected to Tranebergs strand in the north and to Alviks green areas in north and the bridge Alviksbron.

Copyright: Mahmood Hamidi
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 13/02/2009
送信日: 13/02/2009
更新日: 08/10/2014


Tags: alviks strand; traneberg; stockholm
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