Tisnaren

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Tisnaren
Runstenen och skeppssattningen i Lyttersta.JPG
Woods around Tisnaren Lake are hope to runes and ancient monuments
Coordinates 58°57′N15°57′E / 58.950°N 15.950°E / 58.950; 15.950 Coordinates: 58°57′N15°57′E / 58.950°N 15.950°E / 58.950; 15.950
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Tisnaren (Swedish pronunciation:  [ˈtîːsnarɛn, ˈtîːsnaɳ] ) [1] is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.

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References

  1. Jöran Sahlgren; Gösta Bergman (1979). Svenska ortnamn med uttalsuppgifter (in Swedish). p. 24.