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Christmas Shopping, Hamngatan, Stockholm
Sweden

The rush of Christmas shopping at Hamngatan in Stockholm. Here in front of the department store NK (Nordiska Kompaniet), which is known for its window christmas decorations. Many people are attracted to just watch the windows during the Christmas time.

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