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The Seaman Institute also has a lively pension club

The Seaman Institute also has a lively pension club
The Seaman Institute also has a lively pension club
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The Seaman Institute also has a lively pension club
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The Seaman Institute also has a lively pension club
The Seaman Institute also has a lively pension club
$20.90
  • SKU: SCAN-TT-01488474

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The Seaman Institute's house, also known as the Seaman Institute, is a building along the Town Hall in Södermalm, Stockholm. The building was restored 1913-1914 by Järnvägs AB Stockholm-Saltsjön. The architect Axel Anderberg and the engineer and chief executive of the railway company Mats Hedlund designed the High Art Nouveau House.
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Date 1987-00-16T12:00:00Z
Photographer Jurek Holzer
SizeText 6.4" x 9.5"
Size Medium10
Year 1987
Month October

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