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Lidingö is an island in the inner Stockholm archipelago, northeast of Stockholm, Sweden. In 2010, the population of the Lidingö urban area on the island was 31,561. It is the seat of government of the Lidingö Municipality, Stockholm County.
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"Lidingö" a.k.a. "Lidingo" is a book by Ḥanah Manṭel.
- also known as "Lidingo: memories of the small Swedish haven which 200 girls called 'home' after the Holocaust"
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The Rough Guide to Sweden (2009)
by James Proctor, Neil Roland
Millesgården Northeast of the city centre, Lidingö is a commuter island close to the ferry terminals serving Finland and Estonia. The residential district of Stockholm's well-to-do, the island is home to the startling Millesgården at Carl Milles Väg ...
by Rough Guides
Take the Tbana to Ropsten, then bus #212 to Torsvikstorg, and walk down Herserudsvägen Northeast of the city centre, Lidingö is a welltodo commuter island, close to the ferry terminal at Värtahamnen serving Finland, Estonia and Latvia.
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