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    Borås Djurpark 

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    Frösö Zoo

    Frösö Zoo has since 1960 been on Frösön in Jämtland and is family owned by the family Netterström. During this time the plant has been continuously developed into what it is today.

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    Isaberg Mountain Resort - Skiing in Smaland Sweden - Tree top Adventure & Moose Park

    At Isaberg you have plenty of opportunities for an active holiday, with most activities on your doorstep. There are good walking trails, you can go canoeing or kayaking, play golf, hire bikes or choose from a range of other exciting activities that will keep you active. During peak season we also offer guided adventure activities.

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    Nordens Ark

    At Nordens Ark, you will meet wild endangered animals in a magnificent archipelago at Åbyfjorden in Bohuslän. Here some eighty species live, that thrive in our climate. Here are the snowlepoard for example, the Amur tiger and amurleopard, but also wolves, lynx and old Nordic breeds. You can also see endangered birds and amphibians. Nordens Ark is a nonprofit foundation that works to give endangered animals a future. We are engaged in breeding, research and education. Some of the animals are then released into the wild. we participate also in international conservation projects.

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    Orsa Björnpark

    Orsa Bear Park is Europe's biggest bear park. This is no ordinary zoo, but a unique opportunity to watch animals in their natural environment. Here you will find live bears, wolves, lynx, fox, eagle owl and wolverine side by side. The park offers 10 brown bears. You'll also find our peaceful giants, Kamchatka Bears Peter the Great and his sister Sophia.

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    Siljansnäs Hotell

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    Skånes Djurpark Resort - Animal Park in Skane

    Skåne Zoo is one of southern Sweden's most popular destination with over 200,000 visitors each year and the world's largest zoo with Scandinavian animals. In the zoo's beautiful scenery you can experience hundreds of wild and domestic animals of more than 80 Nordic species and you can amuse yourself with a variety of activities. Each season has its own charm and the zoo is open daily the year round.

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    Skansen - Outdoor Museum in Stockholm Sweden

    Skansen is the world's oldest outdoor museum, founded in 1891. Here you can stroll through five centuries of Sweden, the Sami camp in the north to Skåne in the south, all in a total of 300 000 sqm of living history. Feel the history in the historic houses and estates, where chores such as carding, spinning, weaving, cooking and baking is performed by people dressed in period costume. In the gardens and plots around the houses, flowers, fruits and vegetables flourish.