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The entrance fee to the Vasamuseet also lets you on to two ships docked nearby: the lightship Finngrundet (1903), which was anchored in the ice-free part of Sweden's Gulf of Bothnia before lightships were replaced by lighthouses; and the St Erik (1915), which was Sweden's first ice-breaker, and was used to keep the archipelagochannels clear. The torpedo boat T121 Spica (611 31 60,, built in 1966, is also here in summer, and guided tours (by donation) are given by former crew members.

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Area Stockholm

Telephone 51 95 48 00

Open June, mid Aug-end Aug noon-5pm daily. July-mid Aug noon-7pm daily.

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By Louis Vuitton Bags - Dec 31 2013

I've been seeing spots for the past few days. Ever since I decided to write about them they have appeared before my eyes big black ones on a breezy white chiffon shirt worn by one of our interns; little polka dots embedded in a velvet pencil skirt on a femme fataleish train passenger; jaunty white ones on a red scarf tied around the collar of a dapper old man at the bus stop. Spots, it seems, are integral to all of our wardrobes, always natty but, depending on size and colour, as loud or as discreet as we want them to be. A spot can be fun in a jolly, eccentric way, as Moschino, Paul Smith and Boden have all known for some time. Then there is the bold, cultish, pleasingly poncey spot, the Comme des Garons spot, much loved by graphic designers and architects, the understated status symbol of the thinking fashion follower. (To this day I remain annoyed that I never managed to get hold of one of those 2008 Comme des Garons for H spotted cardigans. To this day.) But this month spots have moved into the world of luxury.
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