Seger Square is a very bustling and lively place in Stockholm. It is also one of the main business districts in Stockholm. There are many shopping malls around, and there are also many cafes and restaurants in this area.
Segel Plaza is a commercial center not far from the railway station. It can also be said to be the most important commercial area in Stockholm. There are many shopping malls and the popularity is also very high. When many shops are closed, it is still lit up. brightly lit
Segel’s Square is located in front of the railway station and is also one of the most important business districts in Stockholm. Some of the buildings here are relatively new, and there are many shopping centers and malls, cafes and restaurants. Little, traffic spreads in all directions
Sergels Torg is a rather peculiar area - on one side this is a round-about and one of the busiest in Stockholm with lots and lots of cars and on the other side you have one of the see-worthy monuments in the city...
Lots of things converge on this roundabout. There's a public square on one side where you can have some coffee and watch the proceedings.
Sergels Torg is a large square in the heart of modern Stockholm, created during the modernization of the city center in the mid 20th century. It's a drab area, to be honest, and stands in stark contrast with the charm of the Old Town. I was there just to check out the Kristallvertikalaccent, the 120 feet-tall glass obelisk at the center of the square. It does look nice at night.
Very good (๑✧∀✧๑) ☀, Europe is such a city square