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Sergels Torg, Stockholm
Sweden

Sergels torg is in the center of Stockholm downtown. It consists of a lowered triangle patterned part, a roundabout with a glass obelisk. There are several important facilities around it, which have made Sergels torg to a meeting place in the centre of the town. They are "Kulturhuset", the subway central station, where all subway lines pass and Ahlens, town's biggest department store.

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