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  • 26. Gustav Adolfs Torg

    Gustav Adolfs Torg is an important square in Stockholm's city centre. An equestrian statue of King Gustav II Adolfstands in the middle of the square. It was erected in the middle of the square in 1796...

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  • 27. Royal Opera House

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    I love opera, so when traveling to Stockholm, we visited the Royal Opera. We listened to opera, Verdi's "A Masked Ball." This theater is smaller than our Mariinsky Opera House. And our opera...

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  • 28. Globen - Globe Arena

    One unique exhibit worth a look on a nice day is the Skyview, a ride that goes up the spherical dome of the Ericsson Globe Arena. Book ahead online for an appointment, or walk up and get tickets on a...

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  • 29. Skogskyrkogården

    4 out of 5 stars

    As a UNESCO World Heritage site spotter, I simply had to visit Skogskyrkogården. Unlike many other UNESCO cultural properties, however, this is not a site that will blow you away. Its charms are...

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  • 30. Boat Tours

    4 out of 5 stars

    There are many companies offering scenic boat trips of Stockholm,and it is interesting to see the city from a different perspective.Trips leave from stromkajen,by the grand hotel,and vary in length...

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  • 31. Medeltidsmuseet - Museum of Medieval

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    There was a time that a lot of museums were free to visit in Stockholm. Fortunately for me, these were also the days that I had time and took the opportunity do some serious "museum-hopping", and...

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  • 32. Skeppsholmen

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Skeppsholm Church is named after its' locatioin, the islet of Skeppsholmskyrkan in central Stockholm. It was built between 1823-1849 and inaugurated by King Charles XIV John. The Church...

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  • 33. Riddar Huset - The House of Nobility

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The baroque Riddarhuset was the meeting point of Swedish nobility. It was built in the 1640. Four architects were involved, and they used Dutch architecture as model for their design. The gable is...

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  • 34. Hötorget Market

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The Olof Palme memorial plate commemorates the Swedish Prime Minister Olof Plame, who was assassinated on February 28th 1986 in the city centre of Stockholm. He and his wife were attacked as they were...

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  • 35. Tyska Kyrkan - German Church

    4 out of 5 stars

    The former church of St Gertrud, one of the two large churches in Gamla Stan, is the parish church of the German-speaking community. German influence was strong. In the late middle ages the Hansa...

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  • 36. Haga Park

    Hagaparken is a key part of Stockholm's Ekoparken -- the world's first national city park. It is a wide green space with vast lawns that will be appreciated by picnickers and sunbathers, but also...

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  • 37. Katarina Church

    The main church of Södermalm is the majestic baroque Katarina Kyrka, built in 1656 - 1695. Its yellow walls and the high dome are visible from afar across the lake due to the location on top of the...

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  • 38. Birka

    One of the best places in Sweden if you are interested in vikings and who they were, but only accessible in summer during the archaeological digs unless you have your own boat. The old viking...

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  • 39. Hot-Air Balloons

    If you want to see the town from another prespective you should consider taking a trip with some of the many hot-air balloons that is floating over the town in the evenings. Stockholm is actually one...

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  • 40. Walking

    This is a great and easy way to see Stockholm – and it really is free though it’s only reasonable to tip the guides. Our first tour was of the modern Stockholm. Our guide was Ryan – an Aussie with a...

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  • 41. Östermalm

    Standing tall on the top of a hill, this church is a spectacular specimen of the national romantic style. It was designed by the architect Lars Israel Wahlman and built at the beginnig of 1900. The...

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  • 42. Junibacken

    4 out of 5 stars

    Junibacken is a kid's paradise! There are lots of different exhibits that are totally child friendly; you don't have to worry about them getting hurt or breaking something. There is a "train" ride...

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  • 43. Moderna Museet

    4 out of 5 stars

    I have visited many modern art museums, they are different, modern is quite flexible word when speaking about Art. I was a little bit curious in advance, Swede's thinking is sometimes so "modern" :)...

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  • 44. Kungsholmen

    4 out of 5 stars

    The kungholmstorget (square of Kungholmen) is located in the same quarter. At the end of the 18th c. at the edge of the water, there was a little harbour. 100 years later, the Graham brothers started...

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  • 45. Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet - Museum of Natural History

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Swedish Museum of Natural History offers knowledge about nature and man's surroundings. Adults 70 kr. Free admission for children and young people aged up to 18 For more information visit the...

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  • 46. Gustav Vasa Church

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    No, this church is not famous for anything particular - I just like the building. Named after Sweden's most famous king, you will most certainly walk past it if you stay in the area around Odenplan. I...

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  • 47. Klara Kyrka - Klara Church

    The church of Sainta Clara in the Klara quarters of the city is interesting not only in a general ecclesiastical way but also in that it lies in between the Central station and the infamous Plattan at...

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  • 48. Livrustkammaren - Armour Museum

    We have just completed the Adult's clothing and now we are in the Children's area, where on display, is what the Royal children wore during the ages. On display was Adolf Fredrik and Lovisa Ulrika's...

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  • 49. Hedvig Eleonora Church

    The Hedvig Eleonora Church and surrounding old cemetery is like a peaceful oasis in the middle of a busy city centre for a traveller to sit for a while. There is a small cafe, too. Named after a...

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  • 50. Waterfront

    The ships, steamers and ferries that tour the waters of Stockholm are often historical vessels, 100 or more years old. The small steamboats that do the passenger lines are particularly cute. More old...

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