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Abisko National Park
Many people don’t realize just how big Sweden is. It has a population of less than 10 million, but it is a huge land, the third largest western European country after France and Spain. As a result, Sweden does wilderness on a grand, majestic scale. Abisko National Park, in Swedish Lapland close to the border with Norway, is popular with hikers and with people who want to see the Northern Lights as it has so little light pollution obscuring the view of the stars and the sky. It even offers courses in how to photograph the aurora borealis, to ensure your holiday snaps impress.
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