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Karlskrona Harbour, Sweden
Sweden

The Swedish port of Trelleborg is one of the largest ferry ports in Scandinavia, with an annual throughput in excess of two million passengers. There are a total of 42 connections daily between Scandinavia and continental Europe. Trelleborg is considered to be a bridge connecting these two areas.

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