Ängholmen

So the last days of my holiday and the weather is warm and calm winds. We tried a new spot and landed on the small island Ängholmen. Like many of the small island without people the forest has been untouched for almost a hundred years. I share some pictures of this beautiful spot in the world.

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The history of this island links well back to present day and the Covid-19 pandemic. During 1800 this island was a cemetery for cholera victims. Cholera hit hard in periods during almost forty years. As an attempt to protect spreading victims were buried away from communities.

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Published by ullehaddock

Writer of sorts with a soft spot for Photo. Writes about life and what comes into my mind.

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