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Stockholm museum preserves terror attack mementos

Published tisdag 18 april kl 17.37
Anna Ulfstrand: We can only keep about 10 percent of the items.
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Authorities cleaning off the stairs at Sergels Torg.
Some of the mementos left at Segels Torg will be preserved for future generations. Credit: Pontus Lundahl/TT

Last night, authorities removed heaps of flowers, drawings, and stuffed animals from Sergels Torg – a sign that things are quietly returning to normal following the terrorist attack in Stockholm.

The Stockholm City Museum, however, is preserving some of the items for future generations - and is using digital means to do so.

"It's part of the profession to realize that we're creating history and we're also taking away things that won't be part of history," Anna Ulfstrand, head of the preservation effort, told Radio Sweden.

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