100 Sights in Stockholm, Sweden (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Stockholm, Sweden. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 100 sights are available in Stockholm, Sweden.

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1. Fotografiska

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Fotografiska is a centre for contemporary photography in the Södermalm district of Stockholm, Sweden that was founded by brothers Jan and Per Broman and opened on 21 May 2010. In March 2021, it merged with NeueHouse and is operated by Yoram Roth and Josh Wyatt under the parent company CultureWorks.

Wikipedia: Fotografiska (EN), Website

2. Birger Jarl

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Birger Jarl's statue is a statue that depicts Sweden's Jarl and Regent Birger Jarl. The statue is at Birger Jarl's square at Riddarholmen in Stockholm. The statue was created by sculptor Bengt Erland Fogelberg and unveiled on October 21, 1854.

Wikipedia: Birger jarl (staty) (SV)

3. Gamla stan

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Gamla stan, until 1980 officially Staden mellan broarna, is the old town of Stockholm, Sweden. Gamla stan consists primarily of the island Stadsholmen. Officially, but not colloquially, Gamla stan includes the surrounding islets Riddarholmen, Helgeandsholmen and Strömsborg. It has a population of approximately 3,000.

Wikipedia: Gamla stan (EN)

4. Dance Museum

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Dansmuseet is a museum for the performing and visual arts located in Stockholm, Sweden. Opened in 1953 in the basement of the Royal Swedish Opera, it originally displayed a large collection of dance-related art that belonged to Rolf de Maré, a leader of the Ballets suédois in Paris from 1920 to 1925. In 1969, a library, named after the Swedish dancer, Carina Ari was endowed by Ari and attached to the museum with Bengt Hägar as its curator. The library contains the most comprehensive archive of literature on dance in Northern Europe. The museum is currently located at Drottninggatan 17. The library, receives no state funds, as it is privately endowed. The majority of its collection are materials from Western Europe which date between 1500 and 1850, a journal collection dating at the turn of the 20th century, and a video library of thousands of films. There is also a large collection of books on Russian dance. As of 2017, the director of the museum is Eva-Sofi Ernstell.

Wikipedia: Dansmuseet (EN), Website

5. Bonde Palace

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The Bonde Palace is a palace in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. Located between the House of Knights (Riddarhuset) and the Chancellery House (Kanslihuset), it is, arguably, the most prominent monument of the era of the Swedish Empire (1611–1718), originally designed by Nicodemus Tessin the Elder and Jean De la Vallée in 1662-1667 as the private residence of the Lord High Treasurer Gustaf Bonde (1620–1667) it still bears his name, while it accommodated the Stockholm Court House from the 18th century and since 1949 houses the Swedish Supreme Court. On the south side of the building is the street Myntgatan and the square Riddarhustorget, while the alleys Riddarhusgränd and Rådhusgränd are passing on its western and eastern sides.

Wikipedia: Bonde Palace (EN), Heritage Website

6. Dianafontänen I

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The Diana fountain, or Dianabrunnen, is a sculpture in bronze and marble by Carl Milles. The Diana fountain is available in two designs, the Diana fountain was created in 1927–1928 and is located in the Match Palace's farm in Stockholm, the Diana fountain II was created in 1929–1930 and is available as a copy of Skytteholm, Ekerö municipality. In the Tomelilla square stands a Diana fountain that was donated by Milles to the resort when he was told that the resort intended to call a street after him as memory after the Tomelilla exhibition in 1927. In Tomelilla, the sculpture is called Artemis after Diana's Greek counterpart. "Diana" also exists as a sole figure in bronze, equipped with a skirt.

Wikipedia: Dianafontänen (SV)

7. Hornsbergs strandpark

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Hornsbergs strandpark is a park along Ulvsundasjön on Kungsholmen in Stockholm, Sweden. The park was part of the program for northwest Kungsholmen and was built on filled land in Ulvsundasjön and was created partly for the new residential area at Hornsbergs strand and partly to connect the walkway around Kungsholmen, which was previously interrupted by an industrial area and a port facility on northwestern Kungsholmen. The park was inaugurated on May 16, 2012. Hornsberg Beach Park was awarded the Siena Prize in 2012. The high-rise building at Moa Martinsons Torg was nominated for Stockholm Building of the Year 2013 and came in second place in the vote, architect Alessandro Rippelino.

Wikipedia: Hornsbergs strandpark (SV)

8. Bünsowska huset

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The Bünsowska house is an exclusive multi -family house located on Strandvägen 29–33 on Östermalm in central Stockholm, erected 1886-1888 for the wooden cartridge and millionaire Friedrich Bünsow after drawings by the architects Isak Gustaf Clason (facades) and Anders Gustaf Forsberg (plans). The building complex occupies the entire neighborhood Corporal surrounded by Riddargatan in the north, Count Magnigatan in the west, Torstenssonsgatan in the east and by Strandvägen in the south. The property is blue -marked by the City Museum in Stockholm, which is the strongest protection and means that the buildings are considered to have extremely high cultural -historical values ".

Wikipedia: Bünsowska huset (SV), Heritage Website

9. Skanskvarns luftvärnsställning

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Skanskvarn's air defense position in Stockholm was located in the Årsta district at the height north of Gullmarsvägen about 400 meters west of Gullmarsplan and above the colony association Stugan. The facility consisted of shooting boars and play defense as well as tanks. The facility was in "sharp position" during the 1939 emergency years to 1945. The main task for Skanskvarn's air defense position was to defend Skansbron and Skanstullsbron and the important railway connection Årstabron. If the defense had collapsed, it was the idea of blasting Årstabron before the enemy could use it. The name derives from the nearby Skanskvarn.

Wikipedia: Skanskvarns luftvärnsställning (SV)

10. Museum of Ethnography

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The Museum of Ethnography, in Stockholm, Sweden, is a Swedish science museum. It houses a collection of about 220,000 items relating to the ethnography, or cultural anthropology, of peoples from around the world, including from China, Korea, South and Southeast Asia, the Pacific region, the Americas and Africa. The museum is situated in Museiparken at Gärdet in Stockholm. Since 1999, it is a part of Swedish National Museums of World Culture and is also hosting the Sven Hedin Foundation. The museum is open Tuesday to Sunday 11:00AM – 5:00 PM, and Wednesdays 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM and is closed on Mondays.

Wikipedia: Museum of Ethnography, Sweden (EN), Website

11. Maskinparken

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Maskinparken is a park on the KTH Royal Institute of Technology's campus area on Norra Djurgården in Stockholm. The park is located between Drottning Kristinas väg in the southwest and Brinellvägen in the northeast. The park separates the northernmost area of Campus Valhallavägen, where the University College of Dance and the Department of Mechanical Engineering are located, popularly known as Brazil, from the rest of the campus. A footpath runs through the park from Drottning Kristinas väg east over Brinnellvägen and on to Uggleviksvägen at Ugglevikskällan.

Wikipedia: Maskinparken (SV)

12. Fredhällsparken

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Fredhällsparken is a park in the district of Fredhäll, in central Stockholm, Sweden. The main part of the park is located north of Fredhäll's buildings in line with Adlerbethsgatan, and below Drottningholmsvägen. The cliff edge in the south down towards Essingesundet is also included in the park, as well as the green areas between the houses in the Träslottet block. From Fredhällsparken, a footpath goes east under the Essingeleden towards Rålambshovsparken. Construction work for the park began in the early 1930s and it took over 30 years to complete.

Wikipedia: Fredhällsparken (SV)

13. Karl Staaffs Park

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Karl Staaffs Park is a park on Norrmalm in central Stockholm located at the intersection Birger Jarlsgatan and Regeringsgatan. The place where the square and Eriksbergplan on the other side of Birger Jarlsgatan are previously known as Träskorget where the shampoo for public punishments was for some time. The small park originally had the name Spårväparken after an on-site redemption kiosk for tram staff and AB Stockholm Spårvägar headquarters nearby. A smaller building designed by Nils Cronholm housed from 1912 John A. Bergendahl's cinema Birger Jarl.

Wikipedia: Karl Staaffs park (SV)

14. Kronprinsesse Märthas kirke

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Crown Princess Märtha's Kirke is a church building in the block Stammen on Stigbergsgatan on Södermalm in Stockholm. It is run by Sjömannskirken, the Norwegian Church's foreign operations, and has its name after Crown Princess Märtha by Norway. The entrance is from Stigbergsgatan 24, but the building is also visible far above the Renstiernas street which is below. The building is blue -marked by the City Museum in Stockholm, which means "that the settlement is considered to have extremely high cultural -historical values".

Wikipedia: Kronprinsesse Märthas kirke (SV)

15. Balders Hage

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Balders Hage is a park in Lärkstaden on Östermalm in Stockholm's inner city. The park was part of the city plan for a new residential town in the area around Lärkstaden, which was presented in 1902 by architect Per-Olof Hallman. Hallman was influenced by Austrian architect Camillo Sin's ideas about an artistic urban construction. The settlement would be adapted to the terrain formations and the scale was less than traditional, with quiet streets, terraces, small squares and parks. The park was named in 1925.

Wikipedia: Balders hage, Stockholm (SV)

16. La Mano

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La Mano

La Mano is a memorial in Stockholm commemorating the Swedes who died during the Spanish Civil War, most of whom fought in the Thälmann Battalion. It stands next to Katarinavägen on Södermalm. The monument was created by Liss Eriksson and made by him together with Göran Lange and was completed in 1977. Göran Lange has also made the map of Spain in stone, which can be found on the ground next to the statue. On it are engraved the most important kinds, and they are mentioned in the quotation on the pedestal:

Wikipedia: La Mano (SV)

17. Karsviks Östergård

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Karsvik or Karsvik village is the name of a farm that in the 16th century was located in Norra Ängby in Bromma, Västerort. The farm was then located at the northern beach of the now missing Ängby Lake. The village of Karsvik was located in the eastern part of the current park, Karsvik’s haage. The manbuilding of Östergården still exists. Nowadays the farm and the later built side building of the Mälarscouterna, which holds its scout meetings in Karsvik’s haage, which was newly renovated in 1995.

Wikipedia: Karsvik (SV)

18. Husbykyrkan

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Husby Church in Husby, Stockholm is designed by architect Karl Erik Hjalmarson and was inaugurated in 1976. The building is green marked by the City Museum in Stockholm, which means a "high cultural -historical value and means that the settlement is particularly valuable from historical, cultural history, environmental or artistic point of view". Husby Free Church Assembly has about 350 members, has the vision to be "a prayer house for all peoples" and is affiliated with the Evangelical Free Church.

Wikipedia: Husbykyrkan (SV), Website

19. Gustaf Vasa Church

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Gustaf Vasa Church is a church located in the Vasastaden district of Stockholm, Sweden. Inaugurated in 1906 and named after 16th century King Gustav Vasa, it was designed by architect Agi Lindegren in the Baroque Revival style. Situated between two busy avenues partially lined with trees, its dome rises 60 metres (200 ft) above the nearby Odenplan plaza. The floor plan is in the shape of a Greek cross and seats 1,200 people, making it one of the largest churches in Stockholm.

Wikipedia: Gustaf Vasa Church (EN), Heritage Website

20. Ekermanska malmgården

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Ekermanska malmgården

Ekermanska malmgården is an estate located on Södermalm in Stockholm. Malmgården is located in the Ekermanska gården block between Ringvägen, Ekermans gränd and the Southern Main Line. Today, Malmgården is the homestead museum for Högalid's local history association. The building is blue-classified by the City Museum in Stockholm, which means that the buildings have "particularly high cultural-historical values" corresponding to the requirements for listed buildings.

Wikipedia: Ekermanska malmgården (SV)

21. Bacchus 6

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Bacchus 6

The Bacchus block is a block in the Old Town in Stockholm. The neighborhood is surrounded by Österlånggatan in the west, Brunnsgränd in the north, Skeppsbron in the east and Skottgränd in the south. The area of today's neighborhood Bacchus came after the 1640s when the eastern city wall was demolished and new buildable land was built on partially filled land along Skeppsbron. North of the neighborhood of today's Diana neighborhood lay the medieval fish square.

Wikipedia: Kvarteret Bacchus (SV), Heritage Website

22. Gröndals kyrka

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Gröndal church is a church within Hägersten's parish in Stockholm's diocese. The building is erected in red brown brick and is located in the middle of Gröndal with address Gröndalsvägen 61, the corner Lövholmsvägen. The building was green -marked by the City Museum in Stockholm, which means "that the settlement has a high cultural historical value and is particularly valuable from historical, cultural -historical, environmental or artistic point of view".

Wikipedia: Gröndals kyrka (SV)

23. Väskberget i Hammarbyhöjden

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Kvartert Taklampan is a block at Finn Malmgrens väg 87 and 89 as well as 116 and 118 in Björkhagen in Stockholm, Sweden. The block is surrounded by Finn Malmgrens väg in the west, Nackareservatet in the east, Karlsborgsvägen in the south and Hammarbybacken in the northwest. The block consists of one property: Taklampan 1 and is one of ten new construction projects in the municipality of Stockholm that were nominated for Stockholm Building of the Year 2018.

Wikipedia: Kvarteret Taklampan (SV)

24. Stockholm Transport Museum

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The Spårvägsmuseet, or Tramway Museum, was located at Tegelviksgatan 22 in Södermalm, Stockholm, Sweden. It was owned and operated by Storstockholms Lokaltrafik, and shows the development of public transportation in the Stockholm area from the 1650s until today. The Museum's mission also covers contemporary and future public transport in the Stockholm region, and water transportation in the area. The museum also houses a library, an archive and a café.

Wikipedia: Spårvägsmuseet (EN), Website

25. Sankt Sigfrids kyrka

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Sankt Sigfrid's church is a church building on Sigfridsvägen/Alvastravägen 8 in Aspudden in Stockholm municipality. The church was moved from Tulegatan/Frejgatan in Vasastaden in 1904. The name of the church was then Sankt Stefan's chapel. As a removable small church in simple carpentry technology with red -painted wooden walls, the church shows similarities to the time's assembled joinery. The building was declared as a building memory in February 1993.

Wikipedia: Sankt Sigfrids kyrka, Stockholms stift (SV)

26. Kullskolan

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Children's Housing Child 1 is a school property at Nordenflychtsvägen 20-22 next to Kristineberg Castle on northwest Kungsholmen in Stockholm. The house was built as a girl home between 1906 and 1907 on the hill south of the castle why it is also called “Kullskolan”. The property is greenmarked by the City Museum in Stockholm and was assessed “to be particularly valuable from historical, cultural, environmental or artistic point of view”.

Wikipedia: Barnhusbarnet 1 (SV)

27. Engelska parken

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The English park at Norra Djurgården is one of Stockholm's most hidden parks. It is behind the Royal Institute of Technology's largest lecture hall F1 (Alfvénsalen) on a terrace above the adjacent Lill-Jansskogen. The park is reached from the south via a hole in the wall from Lindstedtsvägen, from the north via a terrace behind the building on Teknikringen 24, or from the west via a staircase from the open space Övre Borggården.

Wikipedia: Engelska parken, Norra Djurgården (SV)

28. Eriksbergsparken

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Eriksbergsparken is a park on Östermalm in the informal area Eriksberg in the inner city of Stockholm. The park was founded in 1920 under the city gardener Mauritz Hammarberg and is adjacent to Eriksbergplan, former Träskorget. The park is designed as a staircase up to a terrace with plantations and a fountain. Above the park, the Timmermans Order has its building. On the other side of Birger Jarlsgatan is Karl Staaff’s park.

Wikipedia: Eriksbergsparken, Stockholm (SV)

29. Sätra vattentorn

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Sätra Water Tower is a water reservoir in Sätra in southern Stockholm. With its high location, the water tower in Sätra is a landmark throughout southwestern Stockholm and can be seen all the way to Ekerö. The water tower is within the Sätraskogen nature reserve. The building is blue -marked by the City Museum in Stockholm, which means "that the settlement is considered to have extremely high cultural -historical values".

Wikipedia: Sätra vattentorn (SV)

30. Intiman

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Intiman, formerly Wallmans Intiman, is a private theatre located at Odenplan in Stockholm. Theatre was inaugurated in 1950 by Lorens Marmstedt and Alf Jörgensen and was taken over in 1966 by Sandrews. In 1997 Hasse Wallman became theatre Manager for Intiman, and the theatre was acquired in connection with that name Wallmans Intiman. In 2010, the Wallman Group was purchased by 2Entertain, which reintroduced the original name.

Wikipedia: Intiman (SV), Website

31. Katarina Elevator

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The Katarina Elevator or Katarina Lift is a passenger elevator in Stockholm that connects Slussen to the heights of Södermalm. The lift was a shortcut between Katarinavägen, Slussen and Mosebacke torg. The original lift was constructed in 1881, but the current structure dates from the rebuilding of the Slussen transport interchange in 1936. The lift was closed for a lengthy renovation in 2010 and reopened in October 2023.

Wikipedia: Katarina Elevator (EN)

32. Eriksdalslunden

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Eriksdalslunden is a park facility and a colonial garden area at Södermalm in Stockholm's inner city. The park is located between Eriksdalsbadet and Ringvägen and the colonial area extends all the way down and west along Årstaviken from Eriksdalsbadet in the east to the Southern Årstalunden colonial area in the west. In Eriksdalslunden's colonial area there is also a raised kiosk from the Stockholm exhibition in 1897.

Wikipedia: Eriksdalslunden (SV)

33. Tensta konsthall

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Tensta konsthall Mimmicarolina / CC BY-SA 4.0

Tensta konsthall is a center for contemporary art in the Stockholm suburb of Tensta, northwest of the city center. The gallery works with artists from both Sweden and abroad, often in conjunction with local associations and organizations in the area. Artists who have exhibited in the gallery include Tris Vonna-Michell, Iman Issa, Shirin Neshat, International Festival, Marie-Louise Ekman, Diana Thater, and Oda Projesi.

Wikipedia: Tensta Konsthall (EN), Website

34. Karl XIII

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Karl XIII's statue is in Kungsträdgården in Stockholm. It was performed by Erik Gustaf Göthe and was erected on November 5, 1821 as a monument to King Karl XIII. It was added on behalf of Karl XIV Johan, and at his expense. Karl XIV Johan was Karl XIII's adoptive child and it was precisely the anniversary of the adoption that the statue was unveiled. The statue is managed by the State Property Agency.

Wikipedia: Karl XIII:s staty (SV)

35. Flygarmonumentet

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The Aviator Monument is a statue that stands at Karlaplan in central Stockholm, Sweden. The statue was a gift from the Swedish Aeronautical Society in memory of different Swedish aviation pioneers who fell in both the North Pole expedition of 1898 and in the Swedish aviator era in 1917. The task to build the monument was given to the famous sculptor Carl Milles. The Aviator Monument was finished in 1931.

Wikipedia: Aviator Monument (Stockholm) (EN)

36. Nybohovs vattenreservoar

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Nybohov's water reservoir is a water reservoir in the Liljeholmen district of Stockholm. In conjunction with the location of Nybohovsberget, where the reservoir is located, was built with high-rise buildings during the late 1950s, a major rebuild of the plant began. In 1957 and 1963, the original triangle reservoir was demolished to accommodate a larger one. The Nybohov reservoir today holds 72 200 m³.

Wikipedia: Nybohovs vattenreservoar (SV)

37. Domarringen i Skärholmen

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Domarringen in Skärholmen is a burial ground from the Bronze Age and the Iron Age located at Stävholmsgränd in southern Stockholm. The burial site was investigated in 1966-1967. The stone ring in Skärholmen is unique as a form of burial in Stockholm, which is why the outer stone wreath was rebuilt after the excavation while the rest of the burial ground was removed to make room for terraced houses.

Wikipedia: Domarringen, Skärholmen (SV)

38. Carl Michael Bellman's Well

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Bellmanskällan is a well fountain at the intersection Pettersbergsvägen/Bellmanskällvägen in Mälarhögden in Stockholm. The source has been mentioned in writing since 1803. The local tradition, however, says that its existence goes back to Carl Michael Bellman’s time and that the source is identical to that of the poet of the blond in Fredman’s Epistle N:o 82: Rest at this source from 1790.

Wikipedia: Bellmanskällan (SV)

39. Snösätra graffiti

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Snösätra storage area is an industrial area in southern Stockholm, located along both sides of Snösätragränd in Rågsved's free area between Rågsved's center and Lake Magelungen in the district area of Enskede-Årsta-Vantör. Since 2014, the area has become a center for graffiti and street art, and the facades and walls in the area have been painted with the permission of the property owners.

Wikipedia: Snösätra upplagsområde (SV), Website

40. Biological Museum

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Biologiska museet is a museum located in Djurgården in Stockholm. It exhibits a collection of stuffed European birds and mammals in dioramas. Some of the diorama backgrounds were created by artist Bruno Liljefors, known for his dramatic paintings of Scandinavian wildlife. The museum was built in 1893 after a design by architect Agi Lindegren who was inspired by medieval Norwegian stave churches.

Wikipedia: Biological museum (Stockholm) (EN), Website

41. Engelbrekt Church

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Engelbrekt Church Bengt A Lundberg / CC BY 2.5

Engelbrekt Church is a protected church located in the Lärkstaden area of Stockholm, Sweden. Its located at Östermalm and belongs to the Church of Sweden and is parish church for Engelbrekt Parish in the Diocese of Stockholm. It was designed by architect Lars Israel Wahlman in the National Romantic style and completed in 1914. It is one of the largest churches in Stockholm, with 1,400 seats.

Wikipedia: Engelbrekt Church (EN), Heritage Website

42. Gamla Auktionsverket

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The Old Auction Agency is four combined houses on Riddarholmen in central Stockholm. The oldest building is from the 1750s. The old auction is located on the water on the western part of the island between Birger Jarl's tower and the Wrangelska palace, below schering Rosenhane's palace. The property is currently available (2015) by Svea Court of Appeal and the Chancellor of Justice.

Wikipedia: Gamla Auktionsverket (SV), Heritage Website

43. Sofia kyrka

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Sofia Church, named after the Swedish queen Sophia of Nassau, is one of the major churches in Stockholm, Sweden. It was designed during an architectural contest in 1899 and was inaugurated in 1906. It is located in the eastern part of the island of Södermalm, standing on the north east peak of the Vita Bergen park. Sofia church belongs to Sofia parish of the Church of Sweden.

Wikipedia: Sofia Church (EN), Heritage Website

44. Citykyrkan

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City Church is a Pentecostal congregation at Adolf Fredrik's church street 10 in Stockholm, a few blocks from Hötorget. The congregation was founded in 1936 as Östermalm's free congregation. It was connected to the Philadelphia Assembly for a period. The building, which the congregation bought in 1940, is an old entertainment premises formerly known as the Fenix Palace.

Wikipedia: Citykyrkan, Stockholm (SV)

45. Kolerakyrkogården

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The Cholera Cemetery was a cholera cemetery near Skanstull in Stockholm, Sweden, which was used from 1809 to 1901. Many victims of Stockholm's two cholera epidemics in 1834 and 1853 were buried here – hence the name. The cholera cemetery is now one of Stockholm's parks along Olaus Magnus väg and the street Hammarbybacken, located east of Gullmarsplan in Johanneshov.

Wikipedia: Kolerakyrkogården, Skanstull (SV)

46. Ormberget

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Ormberget is a mountain and a residential and park area in northern Gröndal in Stockholm with cultural-historically valuable buildings from the turn of the century. The highest point of the snake mountain is 43 metres above Mälaren. Until the beginning of the 20th century, there was in the valley between Mörtviken and Lake Threkanten a small lake named Ormsjön.

Wikipedia: Ormberget, Gröndal (SV)

47. Fåfängan

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Fåfängan is a viewpoint with a restaurant and café located on the mountain near Danviken as far east as you can get to Södermalm in Stockholm. With its tree framing of chasted lime, which is visible from a long distance, it is a characteristic element in Stockholm's city landscape. When the restaurant is open, the four flags are hoisted on top of the mountain.

Wikipedia: Fåfängan (SV)

48. Willy Brandts park

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Willy Brandts park

Willy Brandts Park is a small park in Hammarbyhöjden, Stockholm. It is named after former German Chancellor Willy Brandt, who lived in the area in the 1940s during his exile from Nazi Germany. The park got its current name in 1997. A sculpture by German artist Rainer Fetting depicting Willy Brandt has been erected in the park and was unveiled on June 14, 2007.

Wikipedia: Willy Brandts Park (EN)

49. Stockholm Mosque

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Stockholm Mosque

Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan's Mosque, commonly known as the Stockholm Mosque or the Stockholm Grand Mosque, is the largest mosque in Stockholm, Sweden. It is located at Kapellgränd 10, adjacent to the small park Björns trädgård, in the Södermalm district of Stockholm. Inaugurated in 2000, the mosque is administered by the Islamic Association in Stockholm.

Wikipedia: Stockholm Mosque (EN)

50. Brovaktarparken

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Brovaktarparken is a park under the Essingeleden Trail in Stockholm, Sweden. The bridge keeper's park is named after the Brovakten block, which in turn is named after the still preserved guardhouse, Lilla Hornsberg next to the Karlberg Canal, which belonged to the ore farm Stora Hornsberg. The park was nominated for Stockholm Building of the Year in 2014.

Wikipedia: Brovaktarparken (SV)

51. FN-monumentet

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The UN monument is a memorial to the Swedes who died in UN service, located at Djurgårdsbrunnsviken beach, near the Maritime History Museum, at Gärdet in Stockholm. The monument was inaugurated in 1995. On May 29, the Veterans Day is celebrated annually in connection with the UN monument and the 2013 in the vicinity erected veteran memory brand Restare.

Wikipedia: FN-monumentet (SV)

52. Årstafruns park

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Årstafuns Park is a park in the district of Årsta in Söderort within Stockholm municipality. The park is located at the intersection Åmänningevägen/Årstavägen and the intersection Åmänningevägen/Bränningevägen. It was named in 2010 after Årstafrun, Märta Helena Reenstierna, who was a diary author and manor owner, resident at Årsta farm.

Wikipedia: Årstafruns park (SV)

53. Skansen allotments

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Skansen colonial garden is a colonial garden located at Skansen in Stockholm. The colonial garden consists of two lotteries with each their time-typical cottage. The colony was built in 1997 on the outer edge of Skansen city district. The location symbolizes the historical location of Sweden’s colonial gardens in the areas between city and country.

Wikipedia: Skansens koloniträdgård (SV), Website

54. Stora Blecktornsparken

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Stora Blecktornsparken is a park at Södermalm in central Stockholm. It is located south of Lilla Blecktornsparken and is bounded in the west by canal planes and in the east of the Winter Customs Square. The park has its name after Malmgården Stora Blecktornet, which is located in the western part of the park. The park is commonly called "big tin".

Wikipedia: Stora Blecktornsparken (SV)

55. Tenstakyrkan

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Tensta Church is a free church located in Tensta, northwest of Stockholm. It belongs to the Tensta Church's Mission Congregation, a part of the Uniting Church of Sweden. Significant for the church is its rich musical life with a strong foothold in gospel, social work and the diversity of different denominations of Christianity in the same community.

Wikipedia: Tenstakyrkan (SV), Website

56. Filadelfiakyrkan

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Filadelfiakyrkan is a Pentecostal church building at Rörstrandsgatan 7 in Stockholm, Sweden; it was dedicated on 2 November 1930. The building is owned by the Filadelfia Stockholm congregation, the largest congregation in the Swedish Pentecostal movement with about 5,400 members as of 2015. It is also the largest Pentecostal congregation in Europe.

Wikipedia: Filadelfiakyrkan (EN), Website

57. The English Church

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The English Church

St Peter and St Sigfrid's Church, often referred to locally as the English Church, is an Anglican church in Stockholm, Sweden. It was built in the 1860s for the British congregation in the city and was originally located on Rörstrandsgatan in the Norrmalm district before being moved, stone by stone, to the Diplomatstaden area of Östermalm in 1913.

Wikipedia: St Peter and St Sigfrid's Church (EN)

58. Swedish Army Museum

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The Swedish Army Museum is a museum of military history located in the district of Östermalm in Stockholm. It reopened in 2002 after a long period of closure, and was awarded the title of the best museum of Stockholm in 2005. Its displays illustrate the military history of Sweden, including its modern policy of neutrality, and of the Swedish Army.

Wikipedia: Swedish Army Museum (EN), Website

59. Åkeshovs slott

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Åkeshov Palace is located in Bromma, a borough of Stockholm, Sweden. It is lokated in the Judarskogen nature reserve. Historically, Åkeshov was situated in Bromma socken, which was incorporated with the City of Stockholm in 1916. After having undergone a careful reconstruction, the palace is used today as a hotel and conference facility.

Wikipedia: Åkeshov Palace (EN), Website

60. Åkeshovs arboretum

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Åkeshov’s arboretum is an arboretum in Bromma in western Stockholm, established during the Capital of Culture 1998 in Stockholm. It is a rectangular area near Åkeshov Metro Station, Åkeshov Castle and the Judarskogens Nature Reserve, about 100 metres west of the castle next to the metro stretch with a dog stall on the south side.

Wikipedia: Åkeshovs arboretum (SV)

61. Kyrkan vid Brommaplan

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The church at Brommaplan is the church building for Bromma Baptist Assembly. The church is located on Drottningholmsvägen 400, at the Bromma Rondellen, in Bromma in Västerort within Stockholm municipality. The congregation was formed in 1949 and since 2011 belongs to the Equmenia Church, formerly the Swedish Baptist community.

Wikipedia: Kyrkan vid Brommaplan (SV)

62. Centrumkyrkan

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The Center Church is a church in Farsta in Stockholm municipality, next to Farsta Centrum. The congregation, which belongs to the church community Equmenia Church, works closely with the Swedish Church in Farsta. The church is a so -called collaboration church between the center of the center church and the Farsta congregation.

Wikipedia: Centrumkyrkan, Farsta (SV)

63. Sankt Eriksparken

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Sankt Eriksparken was a park in the Vasastaden district of Stockholm, Sweden. The park was located between Norra Stationsgatan in the north, Dannemoragatan in the east, Sankt Eriksgatan in the west and Upplandsgatan/Västmannagatan in the south. On the site of Sankt Eriksparken there is now an extension of Rödabergsskolan.

Wikipedia: Sankt Eriksparken (SV)

64. Strindberg Museum

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The Strindberg Museum is a museum in Stockholm, Sweden. It is dedicated to the writer August Strindberg (1849-1912) and located in his last dwelling. The site is in the building he nicknamed "Blå tornet" at Drottninggatan 85 on the corner of Drottninggatan and Tegnérgatan in the borough of Norrmalm in central Stockholm.

Wikipedia: Strindberg Museum (EN), Website

65. Mariebergsparken

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Mariebergsparken is a park at Kungsholmen in Stockholm. The park is located in the Marieberg area just west of Västerbron and Smedsudden. It was named in 1938. On May 30, 2022, the Stockholm City Planning Board changed the name of part of the park to Fria Ukraine's location after Russia's invasion of Ukraine 2022.

Wikipedia: Mariebergsparken (SV)

66. Katarina kyrka

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Katarina kyrka is one of the major churches in central Stockholm, Sweden. The original building was constructed 1656–1695. It has been rebuilt twice after being destroyed by fires, the second time during the 1990s. The Katarina-Sofia borough is named after Katarina Parish and the neighbouring parish of Sofia.

Wikipedia: Katarina Church (EN), Heritage Website

67. Gotlandsparken

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Gotlandsparken is a park in Södermalm, Stockholm, Sweden. It is located like a string between the Monument and Obelisken blocks and is enclosed by Gotlandsgatan, which is designed as a turning loop here. The park is quite unpretentious with a playground and a few park benches. It was last refurbished in 2000.

Wikipedia: Gotlandsparken (SV)

68. Colour Factory

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Colour FactoryBoberger. Photo:Bengt Oberger / CC BY 3.0

The Color Factory is an art hall for contemporary art, architecture, social issues and urban development. Konsthallen is located at Lövholmen, a former industrial area in Liljeholmen, Stockholm municipality. The premises housed until the 1970s the color manufacturer Beckers, hence the name Färgfabriken.

Wikipedia: Färgfabriken (SV)

69. Gustav Adolfs kyrka

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Gustaf Adolf Church is a church located in the northern part of Gustaf Adolfsparken, at Östermalm in Stockholm. The church, designed by Carl Möller, was inaugurated in 1892 by Bishop Gottfrid Billing. as a garrison church for Svea Livgarde but now belongs to the Swedish Church through the Oscar parish.

Wikipedia: Gustav Adolfskyrkan (SV)

70. De fyra elementen

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The Four Elements is a monumental mobile sculpture created by the American sculptor Alexander Calder in 1961. The sculpture is a motorized moving group of four metal sheets. The artwork is about 30 feet high. The sheets are painted in plain colours. This sculpture is made after a Calder model from 1938.

Wikipedia: The Four Elements (sculpture) (EN)

71. Kammarrättens hus

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The House of District Court is a building in neoclassical style at Birger Jarls Torg 13 at Riddarholmen in Stockholm. The building was erected in 1804 for the Stockholm District Court after the Riddarholmsbranden in 1802 at the site of the District Court's previous house, the burnt -out Cruuska palace.

Wikipedia: Kammarrättens hus (SV), Heritage Website

72. Bergianska trädgården

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The Bergianska trädgården, the Bergian Garden or Hortus Bergianus, is a botanical garden located in the Frescati area on the outskirts of Stockholm, close to the Swedish Museum of Natural History and the main campus of Stockholm University. The director of the garden is known as Professor Bergianus.

Wikipedia: Bergianska trädgården (EN), Website

73. Stefanskyrkan

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St. Stephen's Church or St. Stephen's Church is a church building in the Parish of St. John, which is part of the Cathedral contract of the Diocese of Stockholm. The church was built in 1904 and is located at Frejgatan 20B at the southern end of Vanadislunden in Vasastaden in Stockholm's inner city.

Wikipedia: Stefanskyrkan, Stockholm (SV)

74. Holmiaparken

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Holmiaparken is a park on Drottningholmsvägen next to Lindhagen plan in Kristineberg at Kungsholmen in Stockholm. The park, which has long lacked names, was in 2010, by the Borgar Council Regina Kevius the name Holmiaparken after the Holmia residential area, which was demolished in the late 1960s.

Wikipedia: Holmiaparken (SV)

75. National Library of Sweden

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National Library of Sweden Kungliga biblioteket (Designed by Lars Laurentii) / CC BY-SA 2.5

The National Library of Sweden is Sweden's national library. It collects and preserves all domestic printed and audio-visual materials in Swedish, as well as content with Swedish association published abroad. Being a research library, it also has major collections of literature in other languages.

Wikipedia: National Library of Sweden (EN), Website, Heritage Website

76. Royal Mews

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The Royal Stables is called H.M. The King's Royal Stables building, located in the Kusen block at Väpnargatan 1 and Riddargatan 22, next to the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Östermalm in Stockholm. The building was inaugurated in 1894 by King Oscar II. The Royal Stables are a national monument.

Wikipedia: Hovstallet, Väpnargatan (SV), Website

77. Anna Lindhs Park

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Anna Lindhs Park, formerly Winter Customs Park, is a park in northern Hammarbyhamnen at Södermalm in Stockholm. The park is surrounded by the Harborvakten neighborhood, which was the first new residential block built in Hammarbyhamnen, in the south the park faces the quay and Hammarby lake.

Wikipedia: Anna Lindhs park, Stockholm (SV)

78. Droskan

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The drug is a park located in the corner Folkungagatan/Södermannagatan on Södermalm in central Stockholm. The park constitutes the continuation of the Dropskästen neighborhood and the park name connects to the use of the word drugs in the meaning of "horse transfer" and later "taxi".

Wikipedia: Droskan (SV)

79. Spånga kyrka

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Spånga Church is a church in the Spånga-Tensta borough in Stockholm, Sweden. It is part of Spånga-Kista Parish in the Diocese of Stockholm. The oldest part of the church originates from 1175–1200. Large reconstructions and enhancements took place during the 14th and 15th centuries.

Wikipedia: Spånga Church (EN), Website

80. Sankta Birgitta Kyrka

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St. Birgitta Church is a church in Nockeby, Sweden. It belongs to the parish of Västerled in the Diocese of Stockholm. The church is located a few hundred meters from the Nockeby line's terminus, now Nockeby. Where the church is located, there used to be a turning loop for the trams.

Wikipedia: Sankta Birgitta kyrka, Stockholm (SV)

81. Folkoperan

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Folkoperan is an opera house in Stockholm, Sweden, at Hornsgatan 72 in the southern district of Södermalm. It is one of Stockholm's most successful opera houses in terms of audience attendance, and is considered Sweden's most important stage for freelance opera singers and musicians.

Wikipedia: Folkoperan (EN), Website

82. Ölands windmill

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Skansen mills consist of three windmills and a slob mill located at the Skansen outdoor museum in Stockholm. These are two polar grinders from Torslunda and Gölminge parish, west Öland, a holk mill from Främmesstad parish in Västergötland and a mill from Viske corded in Halland.

Wikipedia: Skansens kvarnar (SV)

83. Berwaldhallen

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The Berwald Hall is a concert hall situated in a park landscape at Dag Hammarskjölds väg 3 in the Östermalm district of Stockholm, Sweden. Construction on the building began in 1976 based on a design by architects Erik Ahnborg and Sune Lindström. The hall is shaped as a hexagon.

Wikipedia: Berwald Hall (EN), Website

84. Essinge kyrka

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Essinge Church is the parish church in Västermalms parish, it stands at Stora Essingen’s second highest point. The church was designed by architect Cyrillus Johansson and was inaugurated on Thanksgiving Day in 1959. The plant has been a church cultural memory since April 1990.

Wikipedia: Essinge kyrka (SV)

85. Rosenlundsparken

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Rosenlundsparken is a park at Södermalm in Stockholm. The park, which is also called the "Skåneläntan" began to be built in the 1930s and ended only in the early 1970s. For the renovation conducted in 2007, the park section "The beach" was awarded the Siena Prize in 2008.

Wikipedia: Rosenlundsparken (SV)

86. Saint Eric's Cathedral

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St. Erik's Catholic Cathedral, also known as the Catholic Cathedral of Stockholm, located in the Nattugglan neighborhood at Folkungagatan 46 on Södermalm in Stockholm, is the cathedral of the Catholic Diocese of Stockholm and thus the entire Roman Catholic Church of Sweden.

Wikipedia: Stockholms katolska domkyrka (SV), Website

87. Frälsningsarméns tempel

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The temple is the first corps of the Salvation Army (assembly) at Östermalmsgatan 69, at Östermalm in Stockholm. It was built in 1886–1887 as the first corpsal in Sweden, for the Stockholm 1st Corps and is today the oldest corps building in the world in continuous use.

Wikipedia: Templet, Stockholm (SV)

88. Carl Eldh Studio Museum

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Carl Eldh's studio museum is an artist museum at Lögebodavägen 10 in Bellevue Park in Vasastaden in Stockholm. The museum was the sculptor Carl Eldh's studio. The studio is preserved as Carl Eldh once left it. The plant has been a state building memory since 2010.

Wikipedia: Carl Eldhs Ateljémuseum (SV), Website

89. Ellen Keys Park

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Ellen Keys ParkBoberger. Photo: Bengt Oberger / CC BY-SA 3.0

Ellen Keys Park is a park near Jarlaplan on Östermalm in Stockholm's inner city. The park has an area of 0.5 hectares and extends between Karlavägen and Birger Jarlsgatan and is limited in the north by a new residential block and in the south by the Borgarskolan.

Wikipedia: Ellen Keys park (SV)

90. Humlegården

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Humlegården is a major park in the district of Östermalm in Stockholm, Sweden. The park borders on Karlavägen in the north, Sturegatan in the east, Humlegårdsgatan in the south and Engelbrektsgatan in the west. It is the location of the Swedish Royal Library.

Wikipedia: Humlegården (EN)

91. Bergsgruvan

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The mountain mine is located on the southern station area at Södermalm in Stockholm. The mountain mine is partly a mountainous area north of Södra station and partly the name of the park located there. The park borders with its western part to Rosenlundsgatan.

Wikipedia: Bergsgruvan (SV)

92. Skansen

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Skansen is the oldest open-air museum and zoo in Sweden located on the island Djurgården in Stockholm, Sweden. It was opened on 11 October 1891 by Artur Hazelius (1833–1901) to show the way of life in the different parts of Sweden before the industrial era.

Wikipedia: Skansen (EN), Website

93. Sjöstadskapellet

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The Sjöstadkapelet is a chapel belonging to the Sofia parish in Stockholm’s diocese. The chapel is located at the Sickla kaj station of the Södra Hammarbyhamnen district in Stockholm. December 4, 2002, the chapel was opened by Bishop Caroline Krook.

Wikipedia: Sjöstadskapellet (SV)

94. Fontändamm

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Fontändamm is a fountain sculpture at Manhemsgatan in Aspudden, southern Stockholm. The sculpture was created in 1912 by architect Albin Brag and was paid for by the building company Manhem. Brag also designed several residential buildings in the area.

Wikipedia: Fontändamm (SV)

95. Mikaelikyrkan

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The Mikaeli Church Assembly is a free church congregation with the center in Skärholmen, in the southwestern part of Stockholm municipality. The Mikaelyrkan is a member of the Equmenia Church. Mikaeli Church is the congregation's own church.

Wikipedia: Mikaelikyrkan, Skärholmen (SV)

96. Axel Oxenstierna

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Axel Oxenstierna

Axel Oxenstierna's statue is a statue that depicts the Swedish Chancellor Axel Oxenstierna. The statue stands on the Riddarhuset farm towards Riddarfjärden in Stockholm. The statue was created by sculptor John Börjeson and unveiled in 1890.

Wikipedia: Axel Oxenstiernas staty (SV)

97. Linnémonumentet

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The Linnaeus Monument is a Statygrupp in Humlegården in Stockholm's inner city, depicting Carl von Linné. It was performed by Frithiof Kjellberg and was unveiled in 1885. Around the monument, Linné planting was built with 21,000 plants.

Wikipedia: Linnémonumentet (SV)

98. Birger Jarls kenotaf

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Birger Jarl's Cenotaph is a sculpture and a mock grave, a so-called cenotaph, of Birger Jarl at Stockholm City Hall. Birger Jarl's cenotaph was designed by the city hall architect Ragnar Östberg together with the sculptor Gustaf Sandberg.

Wikipedia: Birger jarls kenotaf (SV)

99. Skyview

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Avicii Arena, originally known as Stockholm Globe Arena and previously as Ericsson Globe, but commonly referred to in Swedish simply as Globen, is an indoor arena located in Stockholm Globe City, Johanneshov district of Stockholm, Sweden.

Wikipedia: Skyview (Ericsson Globe) (EN)

100. Dårarnas båt

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The Fools' Boat is a sculpture created by Sture Collin in 1990. The sculpture can be found in three locations around Sweden: the Sockenplan subway station in Stockholm, Hornsgatspuckeln, also in Stockholm, and in Vasaparken in Västerås.

Wikipedia: Dårarnas båt (SV)


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