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Located on the island of Djurgården in Stockholm, Sweden. It was opened in 1883 and is the oldest Swedish amusement park. It extends over a fairly limited area, but is home to the most typical roller coasters, some of them designed by Anton Schwarzkopf. Here is a stage where concerts are organized in summer. To get to the park, it can be accessed by road, but also by steamboat from different parts of the city.

The main attractions are the roller coasters. In addition, there is a great diversity of entertainment for all ages.

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