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Nordiska Museet, Stockholm
Sweden

'Nordiska museet' or the Nordic Museum on the island Djurgarden, was founded 1872 at Djurgarden (Djurgården) and is currently Sweden's largest cultrual history museum.

You can see Swedish trends and traditions in exhibitions on home, clothing, and vogue plus manners and customs.

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