Robson CadoreWelcome to the one of the largest palaces in Europe. The Stockholm Palace or the Royal Palace is the official residence of the king od the Sweden, with more than 600 rooms! Mornings are less busier.
_We***43The City Hall is known as the last real building in Sweden. Here is a colorful world, a unique art palace supported by the beautiful water city. Even the design of a step has its own unique features. It is easy for us to appreciate the unique skills and conscientious work attitude of architects. There are also many humorous episodes and beautiful details that make people laugh. It is a great place to understand Swedish humanities and traditional arts and modern society.
cathlyStockholm at 3:30 p.m. is supposed to be a night, the polar night phenomenon. Legend has it that depression is high in this area, extreme blistering and extreme nights, this excessive natural phenomenon, people suppressed blistering. And such days occupy most of the year, people's feelings are not unclogged, all backlog in the heart. But, for me tourists still feel novel, and joyfully accepted. The firewood camp is very beautiful, Santa is also cute out of season. Fortunately, this is not my weather.
E33***72Engaging museum about the tragic history of gigantic ship that held some significance to the history of Sweden. Good place to know about the past of Sweden through the story of the ship (the salvaged ship is in the museum too - it’s 5-6 storey high and well-preserves).
The red cave of Stockholm metro: Solna station. Stockholm is well known for their unique metro stations. Book yourself in and enjoy the artistic vibes there!
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Stockholm, Sweden is both a great place for history and food. The Swedes make a great Korv(sausage) as well as cured meats. try the hairy pig restraunt for both of these. make sure to pack warm clothes as it can get cold!
A visit to the old town of Stockholm, Gambla Stan. The weather was not so nice, but it stays a beautiful city. Go for a walk to have an amazing view or climb the stairs of the smallest walking area of Sweden. But above all, enjoy the time in this small part of Stockholm #givethanks
Stockholm - Sweden: Enjoy an art in the subway. Taking subway is not boring anymore. Some stations were turned to be an interesting attraction for tourists. This is so much fun and good for photo opportunity. More importantly, this is a good idea to run away from the cold weather outside. 🚈🚈🚈
When arriving at Knights Island, I happened to encounter the changing ceremony of the soldiers of the Stockholm Royal Palace. Although the scale was not big, it was quite handsome in the small brothers. Knight Island is a treasure island, and the center of the square is the statue of Berg Gil. Surrounded by the Supreme Court, the Wangeska Palace and the Bierjaral Round Tower, one of the oldest buildings in the city, these buildings are very worth seeing. The tall Knight Island Church (Riddarholmskyrkan) is the most prominent building on Knight Island. The black cast iron tower on the Gothic red brick main building rushes straight into the sky. The villain hidden in the back courtyard is said to touch the head to bring good luck.
The subway in Stockholm is the city's flowing art gallery, and it is a spirit of every passing person. Here is the pride of the entire Swede, if you travel there, don't miss it. The subway consists of three main lines: red, green and blue. It was opened in 1950. In more than 100 sites along the line, you can enjoy the creation of artistic styles from different periods from the 1950s to the 21st century. The station is an independent piece of art. When I got down to the subway station, I was glad that I was buying a 24-hour ticket instead of a one-way time-limited ticket. Every time I got off the train, I was shocked and amazed, and I was more expecting the next stop. The subways here are all dug deep, there are no smooth and smooth walls, the murals and reliefs in the station are mostly attached to the naturally mined rocks. The theme and elements vary with the color, perhaps allowing people to enter the subway. More attention is paid to this art gallery to counter the fear of going deep underground. A subway ticket, one day, in the ocean of art, no more exciting than this!
Founded in 1911, the Stockholm City Hall was completed in 12 years and is the most important work in Swedish architecture. On both sides of the building, there is a tower that stands tall and stands in a strong contrast with the podium that runs along the water surface. With the decorative long vertical window, the whole building is like a big ship sailing, magnificent. Located on the shores of Lake Mlaren in the heart of the Swedish capital, Stockholm City Hall is the image and representative of Stockholm and the office of the city's municipal council. Unfortunately, there was a private private event on the day. We didn't have access to the indoors, but the outdoor was like a huge garden, and we could sit on the water. After climbing the tower, you can also take in the sights of Stockholm.
Along the sloping up steps, along with the feeling of School has a road to walk, it is close to the Stockholm Public Library. This cylindrical appearance, which looks neither gorgeous nor tall, is a paradise. In an instant, the world seems to be still, and the lively social atmosphere is shut out.
Ring internal structure, three layers high, each layer is densely and neatly placed with books. Everyone consciously walks quietly, slows down the pace, adjusts the volume, and concentrates on the "ocean" of the book, taking the nutrients needed by the self. This is a feeling of being surrounded by great happiness, which is simply fantastic.
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