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MMT#2 (The Maritime Museum and Aquarium)

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Hidden : 11/03/2008
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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There are about 68 in the MMT# series and as they are growing in numbers there is a " MMT# series challenge" to take all check the Bookmark list to the right or click here for your score !!! Just note in the log how many you have managed to take

MMT#2 (The Maritime Museum and Aquarium)

This "small" micro is placed close to this wellknown museum, well worth a visit.

The tower in the picture were built 1933. It has a 5 m high sculpture on the top called "Sjömanshustrun" (The sailors wife) but the real name is "Kvinna vid havet". It is dedicated to the 690 swedish sailors which lost their life during WW1 and the names can be found on the base of the tower .
The exhibitions show Swedish maritime history from the 17th century to the present. It is our aim to increase understanding of life in and on the seas.

The Aquarium displays underwater life in Scandinavian Waters. Here you can study fishes like cod, eel, sea wolf, perch and pike, and invertebrates like hermit crabs, lobsters and sea anemones. click here
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