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Nynäshamn is a small town on the end of the Pendletåg from central Stockholm. Meaning literally "New Nose Harbour" it is the landing point for ferries across the Baltic to Poland and Gotland.


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Just outside the small harbour town of Nynäshamn, inconveniently located atop a bank by the main road to Stockholm, is an elaborate runestone. (amateur translation) "uikuir kiraistu stain iuk nunai skamunbanth rista stein stanta a auian uik firth ak ra... [Read More]

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