Free Walking Sightseeing Tour #6 in Stockholm, Sweden
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Explore Stockholm in Sweden with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.All Sightseeing Tours in Stockholm Individual Sights in Stockholm
Sight 1: Gustav Adolfs kyrka
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 Life Guards but now belongs to the Church of Sweden through Oscar's parish.
Sight 2: Flygarmonumentet
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.
Sight 3: Karlaplan
Karlaplan is an open park-plaza area in Östermalm in central Stockholm, Sweden.
Sight 4: Humlegården
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.
Sight 5: Höken och duvan
The Hawk and the Dove is a fountain sculpture by Torsten Fridh. The bronze sculpture was placed on a high granite pillar in front of the Daneliuska House at Stureplan in Stockholm in 1990.
Sight 6: Birger Jarlspassagen
Birger Jarlspassagen is Stockholm's smallest and oldest shopping 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.
Sight 7: Royal Drama Theatre
The Royal Dramatic Theatre is Sweden's national stage for "spoken drama", founded in 1788. Around one thousand shows are put on annually on the theatre's five running stages.
Wikipedia: Royal Dramatic Theatre (EN), Website, Heritage Website
Sight 8: Royal Mews
The court stable is called H. M. The King's Hovstall's building located in the Kusen neighborhood at Östnargatan 1 and Riddargatan 22, adjacent to the Royal Dramatic Theater at Östermalm in Stockholm. The building was inaugurated in 1894 by King Oscar II. The Royal Hovstallet is a state building memory.
Sight 9: Berzelii park
Berzelii Park is a small park in central Stockholm, Sweden. The park is the location of the China Theater (Chinateatern), and the Berns Salonger Restaurant and Theater.
Sight 10: China Theatre
Chinateatern is a private theatre located next to Hamngatan on the west side of Berzelii park in the Norrmalm district of Stockholm.
Sight 11: Karl XIII
Karl XIII's statue stands in Kungsträdgården in Stockholm. It was made by Erik Gustaf Göthe and was erected on 5 November 1821 as a monument to King Karl XIII. It was commissioned by Karl XIV Johan, and at his expense. Karl XIV Johan was Karl XIII's adopted child and it was precisely for the anniversary of the adoption that the statue was unveiled. The statue is managed by the National Property Board of Sweden.
Sight 12: Dianafontänen I
The Diana Fountain, or Dianabrunnen, is a bronze and marble sculpture by Carl Milles. The Diana Fountain is available in two designs, the Diana Fountain I was created in 1927–1928 and is located in the courtyard of Tändstickspalatset in Stockholm, the Diana Fountain II was created in 1929–1930 and is available as a copy at Skytteholm, Ekerö municipality. On the square in Tomelilla stands a Diana fountain that was donated by Milles to the town when he learned that the town intended to name a street after him as a memory of the Tomelilla exhibition in 1927. In Tomelilla, the sculpture is called Artemis after Diana's Greek counterpart. "Diana" also exists as a single figure in bronze, fitted with a skirt.
Sight 13: Citykyrkan
Citykyrkan is a Pentecostal congregation at Adolf Fredriks kyrkogata 10 in Stockholm, a few blocks from Hötorget. The congregation was founded in 1936 as Östermalms Fria Församling. It was for a period affiliated with the Philadelphia congregation. The building, which the congregation bought in 1940, is an old entertainment venue formerly known as the Phoenix Palace.
Sight 14: Centralbadsparken
Centralbadsparken is one of Stockholm's smallest parks and is located in the Islandet block on Norrmalm in Stockholm. The block is bounded by Drottninggatan, Adolf Fredriks Kyrkogata, Holländargatan and Olof Palmes gata.
Sight 15: Anna Sterkys minne
The Memory of Anna Sterky is a sculpture on Norra Bantorget in Stockholm. The double-sided bronze relief in memory of Anna Sterky was erected in 1988 and was made by sculptor Christina Rundqvist Andersson.
Sight 16: Brantingmonumentet
The Branting Monument is a monument in Stockholm, Sweden, with a statue of the Swedish Social Democratic leader Hjalmar Branting. The monument is 5 meters tall and 6 meters wide.
Sight 17: Justitia
Justitiabrunnen is a fountain sculpture in Rådhusparken outside Stockholm City Hall on Kungsholmen in Stockholm.
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