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Cities of the World STOCKHOLM Sweden

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The Swedish capital, which is known as the ‘Northern Venice,’ is a remarkably beautiful city, which is surrounded by clear water, while nature reaches into the heart of it. During the almost 800 years history of the city, many beautiful buildings were constructed and a rich cultural heritage was left behind. 

In Gamla Stan, the Old Town, the houses surrounding the Royal Palace were built in the 13th-18th century. The squares are surrounded by romantic palaces and gothic temples. 

The Nobel prizes are given away here at the City Hall, while the party afterward is held in the modern Konserthuset.  Djurgarden island is famous for its Vasa Museum, where one can take a look at a 17th century boat lifted out of the sea and renovated. Not far away is the world''s first open-air museum, which highlights rural Swedish architecture covering over 30 acres of pristine land.

One can take boat trips on the lakes and canals surrounding the city further to the castles of Skokloster and Gripsholm and the old university town of Uppsala.

  • Slussen
  • Mosebacke
  • Gamla Stan (Old Town)
  • Storgatan
  • Royal Palace
  • City on the sea
  • Djurgarden: Vasa Museum
  • Djurgarden: Skansen
  • Parliament
  • Riddarholmskyrkan
  • City Hall
  • Fjäderholmarna island
  • The Swedish countryside
  • Sigtuna
  • Skokloster castle
  • Uppsala
  • Nynäshamn
  • Mariefred
  • Gripsholm
  • Stockholm at night
The Swedish capital, which is known as the ‘Northern Venice,’ is a remarkably beautiful city, which is surrounded by clear water, while nature reaches into the heart of it. During the almost 800 years history of the city, many beautiful buildings wer
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