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Night on Deck

Night on Deck

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Night image from the ferry Birger Jarl.

Night on Deck

Night on Deck

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Night image from the ferry Birger Jarl.

Night on Deck

Night on Deck

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Night image from the ferry Birger Jarl.

Skyttevärn, Enholmens fästning

Foxhole, Enholmens fortress

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Latitud: 57.695134° Longitud: 18.823711°

Skyttevärn, Enholmens fästning

Foxhole, Enholmens fortress

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Latitud: 57.695134° Longitud: 18.823711°

Göta Kanal

Göta Canal

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The Göta Canal (Swedish: Göta kanal) is a Swedish canal constructed in the early 19th century. It formed the backbone of a waterway stretching some 382 miles (614 km), linking a number of lakes and rivers to provide a route from Gothenburg (Swedish:Göteborg) on the west coast to Söderköping on the Baltic Sea via the river Göta älv and the Trollhätte kanal, through the large lakes Vänern and Vättern.

Trängslet

Trängslet

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Trängslet is a hydroelectric power station in Dalarna. Building year: 1955-1960 Height: 142 meter Effect: 330 MW Annual output: 700 GWh Turbine Number: 3

Trängslet

Trängslet

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Trängslet

Trängslet

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Lighthouse on Stora Karlsö

The Lighthouse on Stora Karlsö

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Stora Karlsö is a small Swedish island in the Baltic Sea, situated about 6 km west of Gotland. It has an area of about 2.5 km². Most of the island consists of a limestone plateau, bordered by steep cliffs along the shore. It is mostly covered with alvar, with many juniper bushes and some small groves of deciduous trees. The island is mostly known for its rich birdlife and flora. It has large colonies of Common Guillemot (about 7500 breeding pairs) and Razorbill (4500 pairs).

Lighthouse on Stora Karlsö

The Lighthouse on Stora Karlsö

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Lighthouse on Stora Karlsö

The Lighthouse on Stora Karlsö

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Lighthouse on Stora Karlsö

The Lighthouse on Stora Karlsö

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Limestone mill in Bläse

Limestone mill in Bläse

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Lime Industry in Bläse was in operation between 1880 and 1945.

Limestone mill in Bläse

Limestone mill in Bläse

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Limestone mill in Bläse

Limestone mill in Bläse

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Fyren på Grönskär

Fyren på Grönskär

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Limestone industry on Gotland

Limestone industry on Gotland

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Limestone industry on Gotland

Limestone industry on Gotland

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Limestone industry on Gotland

Limestone industry on Gotland

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Limestone industry on Gotland

Limestone industry on Gotland

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Limestone industry on Gotland

Limestone industry on Gotland

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Shoes

Shoes

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The Lighthouse on Svenska Högarna

The Lighthouse on Svenska Högarna

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Lighthouse character: LFl W 15s 15M Position: 59°26′37.5″N 19°30′6.3″E / 59.44375, 19.50175 Light altitude: 31 m above sea level Tower height: 18.4 meters Year built: 1874 Color: red Range: 15 miles

The Lighthouse on Svenska Högarna

The Lighthouse on Svenska Högarna

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The Lighthouse on Svenska Högarna

The Lighthouse on Svenska Högarna

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The Lighthouse on Svenska Högarna

The Lighthouse on Svenska Högarna

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The Lighthouse on Svenska Högarna

The Lighthouse on Svenska Högarna

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The Lighthouse on Svenska Högarna

The Lighthouse on Svenska Högarna

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The Lighthouse on Svenska Högarna

The Lighthouse on Svenska Högarna

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Svenska Högarna

Svenska Högarna

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Mining in Bovik

Mining in Bovik

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Enholmens fortress

Enholmens fortress

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Latitud: 57.695134° Longitud: 18.823711°

Enholmens fortress

Enholmens fortress

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Latitud: 57.695134° Longitud: 18.823711°

Enholmens fortress

Enholmens fortress

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Latitud: 57.695134° Longitud: 18.823711°

The Great Copper Mountain

The Great Copper Mountain

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Great Copper Mountain (Swedish: Stora Kopparberg) was a mine in Falun, Sweden, that operated for a millennium from the 10th century to 1992. It produced as much as two thirds of Europe's copper needs and helped fund many of Sweden's wars in the 17th century. Technological developments at the mine had a profound influence on mining globally for two centuries. Since 2001 it has been designated a UNESCO world heritage site as well as a museum.

Locks in Trollhättan

Locks in Trollhättan

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Göta Älv

Göta Älv

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HMS Småland (J19)

HMS Småland (J19)

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HMS Småland (J19) is a Swedish Halland-class destroyer. She and HMS Halland were the only ones built of their class. Two more ships were ordered but they were never completed.

HMS Småland (J19)

HMS Småland (J19)

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The submarine Nordkaparen

The submarine Nordkaparen

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Type: Submarine Class: Dragon II class Vessel Code: Nor Construction Yard: Kockums Mechanical Workshop, Malmo Launched: March 8, 1961 Taken into service: April 4, 1962 Fate: Taken out of service in 1988 Crew: 37 male Height: 69 m Width: 5.1 m Draught: 5 m

The submarine Nordkaparen

The submarine Nordkaparen

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The submarine Nordkaparen

The submarine Nordkaparen

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Demolition work

Demolition work

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