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The English Church of St. Peter and St. Sigfrid in Stockholm's Diplomatic City is unique not only thanks to its stone design but also thanks to its intriguing history. At one point, the entire church was moved stone by stone to another location.
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Places of Interest: 8 School Palaces to See in Stockholm

In the previous story, I presented you the most interesting ‘school palaces’ in Stockholm. These are monumental school buildings constructed in the late 19th and early 20th century spread across the districts of Södermalm and Norrmalm. Also, they are some of my favourite, and likely most underrated, attractions to see in Stockholm. In this week’s issue of Places of Interest, I, therefore, show you where you can find these beautiful constructions and I hope that you will like them at least as much as I do.Read more

Strömsborg in Stockholm

Strömsborg: Stockholm’s Smallest and Most Overlooked Island

Naturally, we tend to know places we see more often better than those that do not cross our sight frequently. However, it is also true that some places we might pass around almost daily, never really catch our attention enough for us to give them a second thought. The place that I tell you about in this post might easily fall into this category despite its central location in the Swedish capital. Some have even gone as far as to suggest that it is the least known of all islands forming the city of Stockholm.Read more

Kungsholms Church in Stockholm

Kungsholms Church: One of the Oldest Central Plan Churches in Sweden

Just like essentially every part of Stockholm, the Kungsholmen island features a unique urban environment with some typical residential houses and numerous monumental public buildings. Some of these, such as Stockholm City Hall and Stockholm Court House, which I have already covered on our blog, are recognised even internationally for their ingenious architecture. In this post, though, we look at a building that has stood on the island long before the aforementioned ones.Read more

Axel Oxenstierna Palace in Stockholm

Places of Interest: 17th-Century Architecture in Stockholm’s Old Town

After I have shown you the most beautiful buildings from the 17th century in different parts of Stockholm in the previous two episodes of our series Places of Interest, now is the time to visit the most glorious of all historical areas in the Swedish capital. In this post, you will discover the prettiest and most monumental places there are to see in Stockholm’s Old Town that were built during the country’s most prosperous era.Read more

Tessin Palace in Stockholm

Tessin Palace: A Peek Into the Architect’s Mind

Walking through the historical streets of Stockholm, you can admire architectural masterpieces created by the country’s best architects of corresponding eras. There have been few people, however, who influenced the city landscape as much as Nicodemus Tessin the Younger. Although Tessin created several of the most remarkable and famous buildings in the Swedish capital, there is only one that gives us a true peek into the brilliant artist’s mind.Read more