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The Burnt Plot
Sweden

Originally there was a house situated in the middle of the square. It was destroyed by fire in 1728. The owner decided not to build anything else in the empty space. Today the space provides a nice oasis away from the tourist filled streets of Old Town, Stockholm.

Copyright: Erik hedenström
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送信日: 25/08/2009
更新日: 22/02/2012
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