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Swedish plane wreck found in Lapland

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16:56 CEST+02:00
A group of people searching for war memorabilia in Lapland have discovered the wreck of a Swedish aircraft thought to have been shot down during the Second World War.

The plane was found to the east of Rovaniemi in northern Finland.

A number of items of clothing that probably belonged to the crew members were also found in the vicinity of the plane, Sveriges Radio reports.

The souvenir hunters now intend making contact with Swedish authorities to present the details of their find.

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