Heligholmen

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Coordinates: 56°55.426′N 18°17.041′E / 56.923767°N 18.284017°E / 56.923767; 18.284017 Heligholmen is an 11.8 hectares (29 acres) big island a bit south of Gotland, Sweden. It is uninhabited and its only building is a small lighthouse. Heligholmen is a bird protection area. In 1741 Carl Linnaeus visited the island and described it in his book Öländska och Gothländska Resa.[1]

Referenser[edit]

  1. ^ Guteinfo.com: Heligholmen (In Swedish)