The coins near the Moonlight Boy's sculptures are collected every night by the Finnish church for the renovation of churches and artifacts. Once the church had a plaque here, advising everyone not to put money, but people still use this simplest and simplest way of expressing their feelings.
In the King's office in Stockholm, be sure to find the moonlight boy and touch his head for good luck. Does your heart have a child who waits for the moon to appear every day?
The little statue that only a little larger hands can all wrap him up is a bit hard to remember, he hides in a yard, the statue is front of the world people put coins, I look at it after I did not have my Great China, I put my Great China coin!
As the name suggests, this place is beautiful, worthy of the white moonlight
It should be the smallest sculpture, about 20cm high, and a lot of citizens and tourists will wear scarves and small hats in winter all year round, and put candy and coins from around the world next to him. In 1954, Swedish sculptor Liss Eriksson created the boy, sitting in the alley of the old town of Gamla Stan every day, waiting for the moon to appear.