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Östersund, also known as Staare in South Sami language, is the capital of Jämtland County, located in the middle of Sweden. It was established in the 18th Century and was a trading centre. This image shows the downtown area of the city on the shore of Lake Storsjön. The tall building in the...
The Östersund Ski Stadium became the National Swedish Biathlon Arena and the national training centre in 2014. A dedicated stadium with a ski track allows athletes to train year-round (roller-skiis in summer). There is temporary athlete housing available at the site. Because of the presence...
Skansen is an open air living history museum on the island of Djurgarden in Stockholm. Examples of buildings have been brought from many parts of Sweden. This wooden windmill is from Öland Island which is just of the south east coast of Sweden. The outside of the windmill is covered with...
View west from Pilots' Monument in Old Town, Yellowknife, NT, to the new town area, high rises and Yellowknife Bay. The tower to the left with a red top is the Con Mine tower or Robertson Headframe at the disused Cominco gold mine (demolished October 29 2016). The tower was a prominent landmark...
Taking off to the south at 5:30 p.m. There is smoke on the horizon from the forest fires east of the City. To the left of the image is Frame Lake with Yellowknife's tallest buildings behind it. To the right is the Con Mine tower with its red top.