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Hedvig Eleonora Church
Hedvig Eleonora Church is an 18th-century church standing in the Östermalm district. It is named after Queen Hedvig Eleonora, wife of King Karl X Gustav, and was designed by a number of Sweden's foremost architects.
Colourful houses on Falugatan, Stockholm

Places of Interest: 10 Places to Visit in Vasastaden in Stockholm

In this episode of Places of interest, I show you some of the most interesting places to see in Stockholm’s Vasastaden district. These places surrounding the iconic library building from the 1920s include popular locations such as Vasaparken and are connected by some of the most well-known boulevards in the Swedish capital, for example, Odengatan and Sankt Eriksgatan.Read more

Rosenbad in Stockholm

Rosenbad: Swedish Government Symbol with a Rich History

Places, just like people, evolve over time. We could almost say that they live their own lives. These lives do not last fifty or a hundred years nor can they end in a blink of an eye. While we could go back in time essentially as long as we want to explore a place, we usually only think of a certain, fairly short period of time of which we have a detailed account. My main point is, places have not always been what they are today and the more of their story we know, the better.Read more

Royal College of Music in Stockholm

Royal College of Music in Stockholm: World’s Most Modern Art College?

My earlier post on 7 places where you can admire modern architecture in Stockholm is one of our most popular ones to date. I believe the structures that you can find in that post are worth getting to know better and for that reason, I bring you the story of one of the latest additions to Stockholm’s landscape. The campus of the Royal College of Music (Kungliga Musikhögskolan) on Valhallavägen is a truly fascinating place.Read more

St. Stephen's Church in Stockholm

Stefanskyrkan: The Simple Stone Church in Vanadislunden in Stockholm

Churches in Stockholm are a special category of historic sites all by themselves. You can literally spend days exploring them. Most importantly though, I am quite confident to say that you can do that without ever getting bored. The variety of styles, shapes, construction materials and stories of these places is so great that your biggest issue might be remembering to which church a particular story belongs.Read more