Klara kyrka, the Church of Saint Clare Arches in Gamla stan (Old Town) Tyska kyrkan (German Church)
Tyska kyrkan A granite obelisk in Gamla stan marking the center point of Stockholm. Knight armor in the Livrustkammaren, the Royal Armory museum.
Royal Palace Royal Guards Changing of the guard
Wooden carving of St. George slaying the dragon. Jesus was a hobbit! Looking over the Riddarfjarden at Stockholm City Hall.
Phoenix symbol used by a fire insurance company to mark the buildings of its customers, since fires were a huge probelm in Gamla stan at one point. Older version of the phoenix symbol. Riddarholmen Church, one of the oldest buildings in Stockholm dating back to the 1200s.
Klara kyrka A fountain in front of the Norra Latin school. Cast iron spire of Riddarholmen Church.
Stockholm waterfront The Nordic Museum, seen from the water. Another view from a ferry.
Stockholm City Hall Birger Jarl sarcophagus Riddarholmen Church
Sculpture of a man coming out of the sewer. Located in Nybroplan (New Bridge Square) Stockholm City Hall. 8 million bricks were used in the construction.
Djurgardsbron, the Djurgarden Bridge "...thus adds itself to the many projects within the [reconstruction of central Stockholm] that didn't endure confrontation with reality." Sergels torg, Stockholm public square.
The main hall of the Nordic Museum. Giant statue of King Gustav Vasa at the entrance to the Nordic Museum. King Gustav Vasa
Mousetrap exhibit

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