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

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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)

2. 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)

3. Dianafontänen I

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The Diana Fountain, or Diana Well, is a bronze and marble sculpture by Carl Milles. The Diana Fountain is available in two designs, Dianafontänen I was created in 1927–1928 and is located in Tändstickspalatsets gård in Stockholm, Dianafontänen II was created 1929–1930 and is available as a copy at Skytteholm, Ekerö municipality. In the square in Tomelilla stands a Diana fountain that was donated by Milles to the locality when he learned that the town intended to name a street after him as a memory after the Tomelilla exhibition in 1927. In Tomelilla, the sculpture is called Artemis after Diana's Greek counterpart. "Diana" exists even as the lone figure in bronze, fitted with a skirt.

Wikipedia: Dianafontänen (SV)

4. Karl Staaffs Park

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Karstave Park is a park on the North Ore of the Central Log at the intersection of Bird Street Tree Street and Government Street. The square on the other side of Bird Jargon Street and the place where Fury Hill Square is located, formerly known as Swamp Square, once placed the shame column of public punishment. The small park originally had the name Track Road Park, located one by one at the Tram staff's settlement kiosk and the Track Road headquarters at the nearby ab Stockholm. Smaller buildings painted by Niels Cronholm in 1912 in the possession of John Al. Bergendach's biographer, Earl Bird.

Wikipedia: Karl Staaffs park (SV)

5. Betlehemskyrkan

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Bethlehem Church is the Swedish Evangelical Mission's church in Stockholm, Sweden. The old church building was consecrated in October 1840 as Sweden's first free church building, under the name Engelska kapellet. It was located near Hötorget in Norrmalm, where the second and third Hötorget buildings are now located and was taken over by the Swedish Evangelical Mission in connection with the founding of the organization in 1856. The church was demolished in 1953 in conjunction with the redevelopment of Norrmalm. The new church was consecrated in 1956 at Luntmakargatan in Vasastan.

Wikipedia: Bethlehem Church (Stockholm) (EN)

6. Maskinparken

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Maskinparken is a park on the campus of the Royal Institute of Technology 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 School of Dance and the Department of Mechanical Engineering are located, popularly known as Brazil, from the rest of the campus. Through the park, a walkway from Drottning Kristina's road goes east over Brinnellvägen and further away to Uggleviksvägen at Ugglevikskällan.

Wikipedia: Maskinparken (SV)

7. 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 villa town in the area around Lärkstaden that was presented in 1902 by the architect Per-Olof Hallman. Hallman was influenced by the Austrian architect Camillo Sitte's ideas about artistic city-building. The settlement was to be adapted to the formations of the terrain and the scale was smaller than traditional, with quiet streets, terraces, small squares and parks. The park was named in 1925.

Wikipedia: Balders hage, Stockholm (SV)

8. Kronprinsesse Märthas kirke

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Kronprinsesse Märthas kirke is a church building in the Stammen block on Stigbergsgatan on Södermalm in Stockholm, Sweden. It is run by Sjømannskirken, the Church of Norway's foreign ministry, and is named after Crown Princess Märtha of Norway. The entrance is from Stigbergsgatan 24, but the building is also visible far above Renstiernas gata which is below. The building is bruised by the City Museum in Stockholm, which means "that the buildings are judged to have particularly high cultural-historical values".

Wikipedia: Kronprinsesse Märthas kirke (SV)

9. 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 has been closed since 2010 due to lack of security in the construction. The lift will remain closed at least until Projekt Slussen is completed in 2025.

Wikipedia: Katarina Elevator (EN)

10. La Mano

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La Mano is a memorial in Stockholm in memory of 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 that is on the ground next to the statue. On it are the main blows engraved, and they are mentioned in the quote on the plinth:

Wikipedia: La Mano (SV)

11. 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)

12. Ekermanska malmgården

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Yekman Mountain Ore Field is a property located in the south mine of Log Cave. The ore yard is located at the Block Enter River Farm between the Beltway, Enter River Alley and the Southern Down Road. Today, the ore yard is the hometown farm of the High Fat Hometown Association. This building is rated blue by stockholm's City Museum, which means that the building has "extremely high cultural and historical value", which is equivalent to the requirements of architectural memory.

Wikipedia: Ekermanska malmgården (SV)

13. Gröndals kyrka

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Gröndal Church is a church within Hägersten Parish in the Diocese of Stockholm. The building is built of reddish-brown brick and is located in the middle of Gröndal with address Gröndalsvägen 61, corner Lövholmsvägen. The building was green-labeled by the City Museum in Stockholm, which means "that the buildings have a high cultural-historical value and are especially valuable from a historical, cultural-historical, environmental or artistic point of view".

Wikipedia: Gröndals kyrka (SV)

14. 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)

15. Bacchus 6

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The Bacchus block is a block in Stockholm's Old Town. The block is surrounded by Österlånggatan in the west, Brunnsgränd in the north, Skeppsbron in the east and Skottgränd in the south. The area for today's Bacchus block came into being 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 block in today's Diana block was the medieval Fisherman's Square.

Wikipedia: Kvarteret Bacchus (SV)

16. Engelska parken

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

Wikipedia: Engelska parken, Norra Djurgården (SV)

17. Eriksbergsparken

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Eriksbergsparken is a park in Östermalm in the informal area of Eriksberg in Stockholm's inner city. The park was built in 1920 under the city gardener Mauritz Hammarberg and is adjacent to Eriksbergsplan, formerly Träsktorget. The park is designed as a staircase up to a terrace with plantings and a fountain. Above the park, the Order of Timmermans has its building. On the other side of Birger Jarlsgatan is Karl Staaff's park.

Wikipedia: Eriksbergsparken, Stockholm (SV)

18. Eriksdalslunden

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Fu Gu Lin is a park facility and colonial garden located on the South Ore in the inner city of Stockholm. The park is located between Ricksdale Sbad and the ring city, and the colonial area extends from Ricksdale Sbad in the east along the annual bay to the southern Hills Strait colonial area in the west. In the colonies of the region, there is also a bivalve shellfish located at the Stockholm exhibition in 1897.

Wikipedia: Eriksdalslunden (SV)

19. Karl XIII

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Karl XIII's statue stands in Kungsträdgården in Stockholm. It was executed by Erik Gustaf Göthe and erected on 5 November 1821 as a monument to King Karl XIII. It was commissioned by Charles XIV Johan, and at his expense. Karl XIV Johan was Karl XIII's adopted child and it was precisely until the anniversary of the adoption that the statue was unveiled. The statue is managed by the National Property Board.

Wikipedia: Karl XIII:s staty (SV)

20. 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)

21. 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)

22. Intiman

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Intiman, formerly Wallmans Intiman, is a private theatre located at Odenplan in Stockholm. The theatre was opened in 1950 by Lorens Marmstedt and Alf Jörgensen and was taken over by Sandrews in 1966. In 1997, Hasse Wallman became theatre director for Intiman, and the theatre was named Wallmans Intiman. In 2010, the Wallmans Group was bought by 2Entertain, which reinstated the original name.

Wikipedia: Intiman (SV)

23. 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)

24. Citykyrkan

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Citykyrkan is a Pentecostal congregation on Adolf Fredriks kyrkogata 10 in Stockholm, a few blocks from Hötorget. The parish was founded in 1936 as Östermalms Fria Församling. It was for a period affiliated with the Philadelphia Congregation. The building, which the congregation purchased in 1940, is an old entertainment venue formerly known as the Phoenix Palace.

Wikipedia: Citykyrkan, Stockholm (SV)

25. Stockholm Mosque

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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)

26. 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)

27. Sankt Eriksparken

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Sankford Park is a park next to the block flying machine in Vase Township, Stockholm, bordering the mound of the block. The park is located between North Station Street in the north, Denimola Street in the east, Sangilia Street in the west and Front Street/Simanagata in the south. In this real park, the development of Hongshan School has begun.

Wikipedia: Sankt Eriksparken (SV)

28. Stora Blecktornsparken

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Stora Blecktornsparken is a park on Södermalm in central Stockholm. It is located south of Lilla Blecktornsparken and is bounded on the west by Kanalplan and on the east by Vintertullstorget. The park is named after the ore farm Stora Blecktornet which is located in the western part of the park. The park is popularly called "Stora Bleckan".

Wikipedia: Stora Blecktornsparken (SV)

29. Kammarrättens hus

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Kammarrättens hus is a building in neoclassical style at Birger Jarls torg 13 on Riddarholmen in Stockholm. The building was built in 1804 for the Administrative Court of Appeal in Stockholm after the Riddarholm fire in 1802 on the site of the Administrative Court of Appeal's previous house, the burnt-down Cruuska Palace.

Wikipedia: Kammarrättens hus (SV)

30. 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)

31. Sankt Matteus kyrka

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St. Matthew's Church is the parish church of St. Matthew's Parish in the Diocese of Stockholm. It is located in Vasastan in central Stockholm. The church was built according to architect Erik Lallerstedt's drawings at the intersection of Vanadisvägen and Dalagatan in 1901–03 as a chapel in the parish of Adolf Fredrik.

Wikipedia: S:t Matteus kyrka (SV)

32. Observatory Museum

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The Stockholm Observatory is an astronomical observatory and institution in Stockholm, Sweden, founded in the 18th century and today part of Stockholm University. In 1931, the new Stockholm Observatory, nicknamed "Saltis", was inaugurated on the Karlsbaderberget at Saltsjöbaden, near Stockholm, and operated until 2001.

Wikipedia: Stockholm Observatory (EN)

33. 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)

34. Gustav Adolfs kyrka

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Gustaf Adolfskyrkan is a church located in the northern part of Gustaf Adolfsparken, on Östermalm in Stockholm. The church, designed by Carl Möller, was consecrated in 1892 by Bishop Gottfrid Billing. as a garrison church for Svea livgarde but now belongs to the Church of Sweden through Oscar's congregation.

Wikipedia: Gustav Adolfskyrkan (SV)

35. Fåfängan

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This vanity is a prospect, with restaurants and cafes on the hills near Denmark that can be seen eastward from the southern ore in the logs. It is a feature of Stockholm's urban landscape, twined in clusters of trees seen from afar. When the restaurant is open, four flags are hung on the top of the mountain.

Wikipedia: Fåfängan (SV)

36. Colour Factory

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Colour Factory Boberger. Photo:Bengt Oberger / CC BY 3.0

Färgfabriken is an art gallery for contemporary art, architecture, social issues and urban development. Konsthallen is located on Lövholmen, a former industrial area in Liljeholmen, Stockholm Municipality. Until the 1970s, the premises housed the paint manufacturer Beckers, hence the name Färgfabriken.

Wikipedia: Färgfabriken (SV)

37. 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)

38. Gotlandsparken

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

Wikipedia: Gotlandsparken (SV)

39. 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)

40. Mårten Trotzigs Gränd

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Mårten Trotzigs gränd is an alley in Gamla stan, the old town of Stockholm, Sweden. Leading from Västerlånggatan and Järntorget up to Prästgatan and Tyska Stallplan, the width of its 37 steps tapers down to a mere 90 centimetres (35 in), making the alley the narrowest street in Stockholm.

Wikipedia: Mårten Trotzigs Gränd (EN)

41. Anna Lindhs Park

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Anna Lindhs park, formerly Vintertullsparken, is a park in Norra Hammarbyhamnen on Södermalm in Stockholm, Sweden. The park is surrounded by the Hamnvakten block, which was the first new residential block to be built in Hammarbyhamnen, in the south the park faces the quay and Hammarby lake.

Wikipedia: Anna Lindhs park, Stockholm (SV)

42. Royal Mews

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Hovstallet is called H. M. Konungens hovstalls byggnad located in the block Kusen at Väpnargatan 1 and Riddargatan 22, next to the Royal Dramatic Theatre on Östermalm in Stockholm. The building was inaugurated in 1894 by King Oscar II. The Royal Court Stables is a state listed building.

Wikipedia: Hovstallet, Väpnargatan (SV)

43. Norrmalmskyrkan

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Norrmalmskyrkan in Vasastaden in Stockholm, with address Norrtullsgatan 37, is norrmalms baptist congregation's church. The congregation belongs to equmenia church. The congregation welcomes everyone, regardless of faith, to its worship services and other public gatherings and activities.

Wikipedia: Norrmalmskyrkan (SV)

44. 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)

45. Rosenlundsparken

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Rosenlundsparken is a park on Södermalm in Stockholm, Sweden. The park, also known as "Skånegläntan", began to be built in the 1930s and was not completed until the early 1970s. For the renovation carried out in 2007, the park part "The Beach" was awarded the Siena Prize in 2008.

Wikipedia: Rosenlundsparken (SV)

46. Frälsningsarméns tempel

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The temple is the salvation army's first corps (congregation) on Östermalmsgatan 69, on Östermalm in Stockholm. It was built in 1886–1887 as the first union room in Sweden, for Stockholm's 1st corps and is today the oldest union building in the world in continued continuous use.

Wikipedia: Templet, Stockholm (SV)

47. Droskan

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Droskan is a park located on the corner of Folkungagatan/Södermannagatan on Södermalm in central Stockholm. The park is the continuation of the Drosk horse neighborhood and the park name connects to the use of the word droska in the sense of "horse-drawn" and later "taxi".

Wikipedia: Droskan (SV)

48. Carl Eldh Studio Museum

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

Wikipedia: Carl Eldhs Ateljémuseum (SV)

49. Stefanskyrkan

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The Church of Stone, or Church of the Saints, is the church building of St. John's Parish and is part of the Judge's Church contract in the log pin. Built in 1904, the church is located at 20b Liberty Street at the southern end of Wandillan in Vase City, Stolomney City.

Wikipedia: Stefanskyrkan, Stockholm (SV)

50. 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)

51. Ellen Keys Park

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Ellen Keys Park Boberger. 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 stretches between Karlavägen and Birger Jarlsgatan and is limited in the north by a new residential block and in the south by Borgarskolan.

Wikipedia: Ellen Keys park (SV)

52. Bergsgruvan

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Bergsgruvan is located in the Södra station area on 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 rosenlundsgatan with its western part.

Wikipedia: Bergsgruvan (SV)

53. Saint Eric's Cathedral

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

Wikipedia: Stockholms katolska domkyrka (SV)

54. Linnémonumentet

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The Linnaeus Monument is a group of statues in Humlegården in Stockholm's inner city, depicting Carl Linnaeus. It was executed by Frithiof Kjellberg and unveiled in 1885. Around the monument, the Linnaeus plantation was built with 21,000 plants.

Wikipedia: Linnémonumentet (SV)

55. Dårarnas båt

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The Boat of the Fools is a sculpture created by Sture Collin in 1990. The sculpture is located in three locations around Sweden: T-banestation Sockenplan in Stockholm, Hornsgatspuckeln, also in Stockholm and in Vasaparken in Västerås.

Wikipedia: Dårarnas båt (SV)

56. Kristi förklarings ortodoxa kyrka

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The Orthodox Church of the Transfiguration of Christ is a church and congregation located at Birger Jarlsgatan 98 in the östermalm district of Stockholm. The church room, built in 1905–1907, was declared a listed building in 1999.

Wikipedia: Kristi förklarings ortodoxa kyrka (SV)

57. Centralbadsparken

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Centralbadsparken is one of Stockholm's smallest parks and is located inside the Icelandet block on Norrmalm in Stockholm. The block is bounded by Drottninggatan, Adolf Fredriks Kyrkogata, Holländargatan and Olof Palmes gata.

Wikipedia: Centralbadsparken (SV)

58. Vi ses vid målet

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See you at the goal is a sculpture in memory of football legend Lennart "Nacka" Skoglund and is placed in Nackas Hörna at the intersection of Brännerigatan – Katarina Bangata on Södermalm in Stockholm's inner city.

Wikipedia: Vi ses vid målet (SV)

59. Vanadislundens vattenreservoar

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Vanadislunden water reservoir or Vanadislundsreservoaren is a large water reservoir within Vanadislunden in the Vasastaden district of Stockholm. The Vanadislund reservoir today (2009) has a water volume of 8,100 m³.

Wikipedia: Vanadislundens vattenreservoar (SV)

60. Jewish Museum

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The Jewish Museum in Stockholm is a museum located on Själagårdsgatan 19 in the Cupido neighborhood in the Old Town where it reopened on June 6, 2019. The museum is housed in Stockholm's oldest preserved synagogue.

Wikipedia: Judiska museet (SV)

61. Tessinparken

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Tessinparken is a park on Gärdet in Stockholm, Sweden. The park is T-shaped and starts in the south at Valhallavägen and extends to Askrikegatan in the north. It is located within the Royal National City Park.

Wikipedia: Tessinparken (SV)

62. Birger Jarlspassagen

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Birger Jarlspassagen is Stockholm's smallest and oldest mall that stretches in the Rännilen block diagonally from Smålandsgatan 10 to Birger Jarlsgatan 9. The passage was inaugurated in 1897 by King Oscar II.

Wikipedia: Birger Jarlspassagen (SV)

63. Olaus Petri kyrka

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Olaus Petri Church is a church building in Oscar's parish. It is located on Armfeltsgatan 2 in the district of Ladugårdsgärdet, Stockholm. The architect is Peter Celsing. The church was consecrated in 1959.

Wikipedia: Olaus Petri kyrka, Stockholm (SV)

64. Anna Sterkys minne

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Anna Sterky's memory is a sculpture on Norra Bantorget in Stockholm. The double-sided bronze relief in memory of Anna Sterky was erected in 1988 and was executed by sculptor Christina Rundqvist Andersson.

Wikipedia: Anna Sterkys minne (SV)

65. Andreaskyrkan

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Andalusian Church is an open-air church on Block Pillar Hill at 31 Alpine Street, on the south ore of Log Cave. The second church belongs to equmeniakran, a community with about 65,000 members in Sweden.

Wikipedia: Andreaskyrkan, Stockholm (SV)

66. Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design

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The Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design, also the Architecture and Design Centre or ArkDes and formerly the Swedish Museum of Architecture, is a Swedish central museum of architecture and design.

Wikipedia: Arkitekturmuseet (SV)

67. Sveaplan

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Sveaplan is a roundabout at the northern end of Sveavägen in the Vasastaden district of Stockholm's inner city. At Sveaplan, the south-north and east-west parts of Sveavägen and Cedersdalsgatan meet.

Wikipedia: Sveaplan, Stockholm (SV)

68. Stigbergsparken

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Stigbergsparken is located on the north side of Folkungagatan on Södermalm in Stockholm. The park received its current name in 1919. In the area, Stigbergsparken also goes by the name Folkungaparken.

Wikipedia: Stigbergsparken (SV)

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