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Stromstad, Sweden View towards Town Hall
Sweden
Copyright: Lars Lindahl
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Stromstad, Boats to Nordkoster
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The railway station has become Bus station, Strömstad Sweden 2012
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Stromstad, Railway Station without rail
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In the middle of North Koster road
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The only supermarket on the island is now closed for the season
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The western bridge on North Koster
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Basteviken Nordkoster 2012
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The Skjærhalden Marina
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Stromstad, Boats to Nordkoster
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Basteviken Nordkoster 2012
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The railway station has become Bus station, Strömstad Sweden 2012
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Seawater pools
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Art Collection on the Kvarntorp Hill
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Paragliding
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In the middle of North Koster road
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