Segel Square is a small street square in Stockholm. In the center of the square, there are independent Memorial pillars and large fountains around them. The traffic in the square is very busy. There are many people coming and going everyday. It's a very busy place. And there are several large shopping malls around, which are worth visiting.
What I want to comment on is the big square in the old city. There is the Nobel Museum. It seems that the literature prize is also here. In winter, there is a Christmas market. The buildings here are super-distinctive and patched. They are real patches. Nails on the walls reinforce these centuries-old buildings.
A square in central Stockholm named after 18th century sculptor John Tobias Segel. The 37-meter-high glass column in the center was built in 1974 and is called a crystal column. There are shopping malls and commercial streets around the square. We went shopping here.
Located in front of the Central Station, Segel Square is Stockholm's busiest cultural square, adjacent to the cultural center and the municipal theatre. Because the studio of the famous 18th century sculptor John Tobias Segel was just north of the square, it was named after him. Segel Square is oval in shape. The central area is a large fountain built by architect Edbin Estrome. A glass pillar is about 37 meters high. At night, the light of the glass pillar opens and shines with charming brilliance. People call it crystal pillar.
It's still early to return from Queen's Island to the vicinity of Sergels Torg in Stockholm, with two hours of free time. Walking around the square, shopping in the market, Department stores, and having a cup of coffee. In the center of Saigar Square, there is a 37.5-high crystal pillar, Kristallvertikalaccent (made of steel and glass), and the night view should be beautiful. It's just that during this period, the square has gathered a lot of immigrants from Middle East countries, which is a bit chaotic.
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.
There is a huge fountain in the middle of the square. Standing in the pool is a pillar about 40 meters high, composed of more than 80,000 pieces of glass, which gives out strange colors in the interweaving of sunlight and light. King Street, Queen Street and Swahili Street around the square are the busiest commercial areas in the city. The modern atmosphere here contrasts sharply with the ancient city. Under the square is a huge underground shopping mall and underground railway central station, known as "the longest underground art corridor in the world".