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  • Vasamuseet (Das Vasa-Museum) Stockholm, Schweden

    Vasamuseet (Das Vasa-Museum) Stockholm, Schweden
    Es gibt viele großartige Museen in Stockholm, aber das, welches mich am meisten begeistert ist das Vasa-Museum. Die faszinierende Geschichte dieses Museums beginnt vor mehr als 380 Jahren ...
  • Die romantischsten Orte der Welt: Stockholm, Schweden

    Die romantischsten Orte der Welt: Stockholm, Schweden
    Ihr findet es romantisch, viele Stunden durch eine schöne Stadt zu schlendern und immer wieder in der Sonne am Wasser zu sitzen? Dann kann ich euch eine Reise nach Stockholm sehr empfehlen.
  • Kurztrip im Frühling: Stockholm

    Kurztrip im Frühling: Stockholm
    Die Uni hat Anfang März schon wieder begonnen - da ist es spätestens im April doch wirklich Zeit für einen Wochenendtrip! Wir hatten die Wahl zwischen Sardinien, Kroatien und Schweden. Warum die Wahl ausgerechnet auf Schweden fiel...
  • Freiluftmuseum Skansen, Schweden

    Freiluftmuseum Skansen, Schweden
    Skansen ist wie ein Spaziergang in Schweden vor 200 Jahren: Alte Häuser, alte Menschen, handgemachte Süßigkeiten, ein alter müder Elch und vieles mehr.
  • Gröna Lund Vergnügungspark

    Gröna Lund Vergnügungspark
    Um das schaurige, verlassene Gefühl dieses Ortes am besten zu spüren, muss es Winter sein. Dann kann man die verlassenen Karussells, die menschenleeren Achterbahnen und leeren Geisterhäuser am besten ablichten.
  • Gamla Stan in Stockholm

    Gamla Stan in Stockholm
    Vor ein paar Wochen war ich in Stockholm. Es war sehr kalt, aber auch sehr bezaubernd. Ich habe mich sofort in das Herz von Stockholm verliebt: Gamla Stan. Der Name kommt vom Ausdruck "gamla staden" was wörtlich übersetzt „alte Stadt“ heißt.
  • Stockholm’s Inselgruppe - Stockholms Skärgård

    Stockholm’s Inselgruppe - Stockholms Skärgård
    Obwohl das Stadtleben einige grüne Plätze offenbart, fühlen sich die Einwohner von Stockholm nur von einer Sache angezogen, wenn die schöne Jahreszeit zurückkehrt: leben wie Robinson, in einer alten, hölzernen Hütte auf einer Insel.
  • Mineur Café - Cool Café in Touristy area

    Mineur Café - Cool Café in Touristy area
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    If you enjoy ecologic food, coffee and tea, listening to good music and doing all this in a cozy and special environment, you'll love Café Mineur. A nice place to save you from your usual Manic Mondays!
  • Vasamuseet (The Vasa Museum) Stockholm, Sweden

    Vasamuseet (The Vasa Museum) Stockholm, Sweden
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    There are many great museums in Stockholm, but the one that fascinates me most is The Vasa Museum. The amazing story of this museum begins more than 380 years ago...
  • Skansen Scandinavian Open Air Museum

    Skansen Scandinavian Open Air Museum
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Skansen is like walking around in Sweden two hundred years ago. Old houses, old people, handmade candy and an old tired moose...and a lot more.
  • Söderbysjön - The Deep Forest Lake

    Söderbysjön - The Deep Forest Lake
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    When i moved to Bagarmossen, a little urban district in the south of Stockholm, I did not know of the Söderbysjön lake. But, as I saw all the other kids from school walking into the woods with towels and swimming wear I understood there was something special in there.
  • Slussen in Sodermalm

    Slussen in Sodermalm
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Slussen is a metro station and the north area of Sodermalm. Slussen offers you inspiring photo spots, nice galleries, creative shops and cosy places for food and drinks. When you get out from T-Bana (metro), First Use the Gondolen lift to discover a wonderful view over Stockholm, I think I have been there 4 times just for the pleasure to double and double again, enter Gondolen what is a panoramic bar restaurant and get a coffee in a very diplomatic and intellectual atmosphere!!! From the bar, you can see ferries and boats on departures to the archipelago islands and further to Finland, road - bridges to centre Stockholm but no high buildings the horizon is not broken by any bigger architecture, Stockholm is a good compromise between old and new, respectful, careful and useful spaces architecture.
  • Gamla Stan in Stockholm

    Gamla Stan in Stockholm
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    A couple of weeks ago I went to Stockholm. It was freezing cold, but very charming. I fell immediately in love with the heart of Stockholm, Gamla Stan. The name derives from the term "gamla staden", which literally means Old Town. On the maps and in the literature from the mid 19th century, however, it was being called "staden mellan broarna" ("the city between the bridges") or staden inom broarna ("the city within the bridges"). This is not surprising, since the city of Stockholm was built on islands and Gamla Stan is the oldest and central part of the settlements.
  • Gärdet: A Huge Meadow in Stockholm City

    Gärdet: A Huge Meadow in Stockholm City
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    If you ever get the chance to drop by Stockholm and you want to escape the houses and the people for a bit, you should definitely come by this huge green spot where you are free to relax, enjoy good conversations with friends, and of course, take lots of lomographs.
  • Stockholm Public Library

    Stockholm Public Library
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    If you ever visit Stockholm, don't miss the Public Library, as Swedish call Stockholms Stadsbibliotek. One of the most modern buildings, but build in 1928! The building suffered lots of modifications, but every time Gunnar Asplund changed the plans, it got simpler. At first it was thought to be a classic-modern building, but it ended up being a functionalist one.
  • Skogskyrkogården: The Woodland Cemetery

    Skogskyrkogården: The Woodland Cemetery
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Two young architects: Erik Gunnar Asplund and Sigurd Lewerentz converted in 1917 a forest on the outskirts of Stockholm in a place really sacred. You don't need to be a believer. You just have to walk around the cemetery to feel the magic of the place.
  • Gröna Lund Fairground

    Gröna Lund Fairground
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    It's got to be winter to capture the eerie, abandoned feel of the place. You can shoot the forgotten merry-go-rounds, the deserted roller-coaster and the empty fairytale houses.
  • Skansen

    Skansen
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Do you plan to have only a short stay in Stockholm, but still would like to see or shoot some typical Swedish country houses? Easy! You just have to take the bus 44 or the old streetcar for Skansen, in the island of Djurgården, a royal park near the centre of Stockholm.
  • Gamla Stan, Estocolmo

    Gamla Stan, Estocolmo
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Hace un par de semanas fui a Estocolmo. Hacía un frío de muerte, pero fue encantador. Inmediatamente me enamoré del corazón de la ciudad, Gamla Stan.
  • Södermalm

    Södermalm
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Södermalm (or Sôder) is a district of Stockholm, on an island, south of Gamla Stan (the old town). It remained a rural area for a long time. In the 19th century, Södermalm was known as a working class district, with poor wooden houses which burned too easily.The times have changed! Nowadays Södermalm is a trendy district, with a wide range of restaurants, cafés, bars, alternative fashion shops and design galleries, sometimes mixed in the same place. If you want to do shopping, go to SOFO, south of Folkungagatan.

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