Sweden:
Stockholm

Stockholm is the capital and most populous urban area of Sweden as well as in Scandinavia. The city stretches across fourteen islands where Lake Malar flows into the Baltic Sea. It was founded as a city in 1252. The city's oldest section is Gamla stan (Old Town), located on the original small islands of the city's earliest settlements and still featuring the medieval street layout.

Mike & Alina visited Stockholm on June 21, 2008.
Efim & Anna visited Stockholm on Oct 1, 2009.



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City Hall, 1923; Hantverkargatan, 1.
1/3. Archway Pendant.
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2/3. Blue Hall Chandelier.
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3/3. Golden Hall Chandelier.
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1/3 taken by Mike; 2/3, 3/3 taken by Efim.


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Royal Dramatic Theatre, 1908; Nabroplan St.
Parapet Obelisk Torchiere.
Stockholm-4m
Taken by Mike Vainchtein.


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Djurgarden Bridge, 1897.
Four Norse Gods Obelisk Torchieres.
1/3. Haimdall God Torchiere.
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2/3. Frigg (Odin's Wife) Torchiere.
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3/3. Bridge Parapet Torchiere.
Stockholm-7m
Taken by Mike Vainchtein.


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Riddarholmen, Small Island in Central Stockholm.
Wall Mount Light on many Island Buildings.
Stockholm-8m
Taken by Mike Vainchtein.


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Royal Opera, 1898; Gustav Adolfs torg, 2.
Torchiere at the Main Entrance.
Stockholm-10m
Taken by Efim Khakhan.


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Wall Mount Light on many Buildings.
Stockholm-9m
Taken by Efim Khakhan.


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Lamp Post along many Streets and Embankments.
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Taken by Efim Khakhan.