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Hötorget
Sweden

Hötorget is Stockholm's market square. During weekdays fruit, vegetables and flowers dominate.

The panorama is shot at the foot of the stairs of Stockholm Consert Hall with the famous statue by Carl Milles.

On the opposite side of the square is the department store PUB. Here is also the movie palace "Filmstaden Sergel" with 14 movie screens. One of the largest in northern Europe.

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Copyright: Lennart mollerstrom
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Загружена: 04/09/2008
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