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Stockholm

Stockholm

Stockholm - the capital of Sweden, anyone can be captivated by. It is a city of incredible beauty, full of greenery, magnificent buildings and clean waters. Thanks to its location on 14 islands connected by 52 bridges, Stockholm is called the "Venice of the North". The capital city has about 1.9 million inhabitants.

The Central Station

The Central Station

Built in 1871, it has 19 platforms and serves around 220,000 passengers a day. Located in the city center in the Norrmalm district from where bus number 47 (stop near the Klara kyrka church) takes you to the island of Djurgården.

Nordiska Museet

A collection of artifacts related to Swedish history and culture since 1520.

Nordiska Museet
Vasamuseet

Vasamuseet

The most popular museum in Stockholm. The museum was built for the Vasa galleon, which sank on August 10, 1628 after sailing less than a nautical mile, at the height of the islet of Beckholmen. It had been lying in mud for 333 years. After being lifted from the seabed, it had been intricately reconstructed. In this museum you can also see exhibits related to everyday life in the 17th century.

Junibacken

A fairy-tale world in the center of Stockholm. A mini train takes guests to meet various characters from Astrid Lindgren's books. Children can also play at the Pipi's cottage.

Junibacken
Gröna Lund Tivoli

Gröna Lund Tivoli

Amusement park with "Power Tower" - an 80 m tower, from where you fall with great acceleration, a roller coaster,a "haunted house" and many other attractions.

Skansen

Sweden in a nutshell, around 150 buildings from all over Sweden are gathered there, as well as the flora and fauna found in Sweden.

Skansen
Kaknästornet

Kaknästornet

The 155 m high TV tower offers a panoramic view of Stockholm from the 30th floor. Access by bus number 69 from Strandvägen.

Kunliga Slottet

The construction was completed in 1754. A baroque Royal Palace with over 600 rooms. At present, the palace is no longer a royal residence. Some of the rooms are representative of the Royal Family, others are open to tourists, incl.- Royal Apartments - with a wonderful collection of furniture, portraits and tapestries.
- Gustav III Antiques Museum - with a royal collection of Roman sculptures, a silver throne
- Treasury (Skattkammaren) - a collection of symbols of royal power
- Armory (Livrustkammaren) - the oldest Swedish museum, established in 1633, collecting art and everyday items belonging to the Royal Family. The oldest exhibit is the helmet of Gustaw Vasa dating back to 1548.

Kunliga Slottet
Church (Storkyrkan)

Church (Storkyrkan)

It serves as a cathedral, for centuries it has been the place of coronation, wedding and baptism of subsequent Swedish monarchs. The baroque interior, priceless works of art, such as a wooden sculpture of St. George fighting the dragon (1489), painting The Last Judgment (1696), silver altar (1652), royal pews (1684), the pulpit (1705).

Great Market (Stortorget)

Located around tenement houses from the 17th and 18th centuries, the Börsen stock exchange (1778), a favorite meeting place for locals and tourists. Stortorget is a historic place - it was there that the "Stockholm Bloodbath" took place in 1520, during which 90 people - nobles, townspeople and 2 bishops were beheaded by order of the Danish king.

Great Market  (Stortorget)
Mårten Trotzigs Gränd

Mårten Trotzigs Gränd

The narrowest street in the city is only 90 cm wide (between Västerlanggatan and Prästgatan streets). Västerlanggatan - the main street of the island with many shops, restaurants and cafes.

Riddarhuset

House of the Knights and the Nobility - built in the 17th century, it was a meeting place for representatives of noble families who were coming to parliamentary sessions until the 19th century. On the walls there are 2,320 coats of arms and other memorabilia related to those families.

Riddarhuset
Wrangel Palace (Wrangelska Palatset)

Wrangel Palace (Wrangelska Palatset)

Built in the 17th century, it was the largest private palace. It belonged to Marshal Wrangel (the conqueror of Warsaw during the "Deluge"). Currently, the building is occupied by the Court of Appeal.

Birger Jarls Torg

In the middle of the square there is a monument to the founder of Stockholm, Jarl Birger (1252). From the side of the Lake Mälaren, there is a wonderful panorama of the Stockholm City Hall and the old brewery.

Birger Jarls Torg
Stockholm Medieval Museum (Stockholms medeltidsmuseum)

Stockholm Medieval Museum (Stockholms medeltidsmuseum)

Arranged entirely underground, surrounded by original fragments of preserved walls and remains of buildings - reconstructions of historical houses, handicrafts, port, ships, torture tools.

City Hall

Stadshuset, built in 1923, has become a symbol of the city from the very beginning. It has 250 rooms, among others the Blue Room, the Gold Room with a Byzantine mosaic, and the Board Room with wonderful furniture. The most famous is the Blue Room, where a banquet is held every 10th day of December on the occasion of awarding the Nobel Prizes. In the basement of the City Hall there is Stadhuskällaren - a famous and expensive restaurant serving dishes from the Nobel menu (about 1300).

City Hall

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