Free Walking Sightseeing Tour #7 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: Filadelfiakyrkan
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.
Sight 2: Gustaf Vasa Church
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.
Sight 3: Intiman
Intiman, formerly Wallmans Intiman, is a private theatre located at Odenplan in Stockholm, Sweden. The theatre was inaugurated in 1950 by Lorens Marmstedt and Alf Jörgensen and taken over by Sandrews in 1966. In 1997, Hasse Wallman became the theatre director of Intiman, and the theatre was named Wallmans Intiman. In 2010, the Wallmans Group was bought by 2Entertain, which reintroduced the original name.
Sight 4: Enkehusparken
The park is a park of vases in the center of a log hole, which was founded in the 1870s. The park is one of the few log parks located within one block, namely Heimdahl block. It is surrounded by North Toll Street, Varadis Road, Front Street and Liberty Street. Facing Liberty Street and Up Street, the park is surrounded by early 19th century houses mixed with disposable funkishhouses from the pre-and post-World War II era. Facing the Vanadis Highway, a large modern residential complex made of bricks. On the side of North Toll Street, mostly occupied by old single rooms, they gave the park name and now own the artist's teahouse. The entrance to the park is from the single-storey house on both sides of North Toll Street and from Vanadium Road. On the only farm in the block, there is a school.
Sight 5: Betlehemskyrkan
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.
Sight 6: Jarlaplan
Jarlaplan is an open space and smaller street in Vasastan in central Stockholm where Birger Jarlsgatan meets Roslagsgatan.
Sight 7: Ellen Keys Park
Ellen Keys park is a park near Jarlaplan on Östermalm in central Stockholm. The park has an area of 0.5 hectares and stretches between Karlavägen and Birger Jarlsgatan and is bounded in the north by a new residential block and in the south by Borgarskolan.
Sight 8: Korskyrkan
Korskyrkan, Stockholm, which was actually called "Stockholms fria baptistförsamling", was the first "Church of the Cross" in Sweden. The church is now located at Birger Jarlsgatan 66 in central Stockholm.
Sight 9: Eriksbergsparken
Eriksbergsparken is a park in central Stockholm, Sweden. The park was built in 1920 under 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 Carpenters has its building. On the other side of Birger Jarlsgatan is Karl Staaff's park.
Sight 10: Engelbrekt Church
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.
Sight 11: Kristi förklarings ortodoxa kyrka
The Orthodox Church of the Transfiguration of Christ is a church and parish on Birger Jarlsgatan 98 in the district of Östermalm in central Stockholm. The church building, which was built in 1905–1907, was declared a listed building in 1999.
Sight 12: Balders Hage
Balders hage is a park in Lärkstaden on Östermalm in central Stockholm. The park was part of the city plan for a new residential town in the area around Lärkstaden that was presented in 1902 by architect Per-Olof Hallman. Hallman was influenced by the Austrian architect Camillo Sitte's ideas about artistic urban development. The buildings had 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.
Sight 13: Gasqueparken
Gasqueparken is a park belonging to the Student Union building of the School of Engineering Nymble next to Östra Station in Stockholm.
Sight 14: Millespottan
The Industrial Monument is a fountain sculpture by Carl Milles that was erected in 1926 outside the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm.
Sight 15: Engelska parken
The North Zoo's England Park is one of the least protected parks in Stockholm. It is located behind f1 (alf é nsals), the largest lecture hall at the Royal Institute of Technology, on a terrace above the adjacent small-pointed forest. The park reaches south from Lindstead Provincial Highway through a hole in the wall, north from a terrace behind the building of Engineering Circle 24, or west through a staircase from the upper borehole field of the open place.
Sight 16: Lill-Jans Plan
Lill-Jans plan is an open space in Östermalm in central Stockholm, at the intersection of Valhallavägen and Engelbrektsgatan.
Sight 17: 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.
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