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Located on Högbergsgatan, Andreaskyrkan is hidden away on the island of Södermalm. Established in 1877, by a neighboring missionary congregation, the simple yet beautiful church was a project by Axel and Hjalmar Kumlien. Although it was initially called Nya Missionshuset, it was renamed as Andreaskyrkan, or Andrew's Church in 1917. As of today, the house of worship offers regular service and functions as a facilitator for communication between God and His children.
Södersjukhuset is one of Stockholm's main hospitals. The hospital has the following clinics: Anesthesiology/ICU, DEMC (Disaster and Emergency Medical Center), Emergency, Gynecology, Obstetrics, Hand Surgery, Hospital Management, Hospital Services, Medical Imaging, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Ophthalmology, Surgery, Dermatology, Hearing, Infectious Diseases. This hospital caters to half a million of the population of Stockholm, with 0 out of 10 patients reporting that they were satisfied with the services. The staff are also proud to be a part of the work ethics of Södersjukhuset.
Gullmarsplan is a central square in the city of Johanneshov. The square's history traces it back to the 1940s when it was named after a former fjord – Gullmarn. It is here at the square where the Skanstullbron and the Johanneshovsbron meet. The square is also a major transport center connecting a number of metro, rail and bus lines. The famous Stockholm Japan Expo is held here.
Fryshuset is Sweden's eminent youth center strives to develop the future of the youth by conducting various social, creative and educational programs. Their branch in Stockholm follows the same objective, and always has an interesting lineup of events and activities attended by locals and eager tourists. Check their website to know more.
The Maria Magdalena Church, located on Bellmansgatan, has been a Södermalm fixture since the 1350s. Consecrated first as a chapel dedicated to Mary Magdalene, with the Pope's permission, the site subject to destruction in the 1500s. It was only in 1634, that a formal church was finally constructed. Baroque in appearance and architecture, the beautiful church houses many invaluable artifacts and works of art. Apart from that, the site is also the final resting place of many important individuals such as Erik Johan Stagnelius, Karl August Nicander and Lasse Lucidor. Guided tours are available on weekdays between 9a to 12p, and on weekends during 1p to 3p, check the website for more information.
Sweden's best performing arts school across disciplines has gained a reputation across Scandinavia for excellence. Instruction is held in Swedish but certain workshops are conducted in English. International students are very welcome. With programs in opera, theater, music, dance, film and more, students are regularly showcasing their talents and abilities at Kulturama's many performance spaces.
The St. Paul's Church in Stockholm is solely dedicated to St. Paul. The church's structure dates back to 1876. It was designed and mastered by Swedish architects Axel Kumlien and Hjalmar Kumlien.
Visit this architectural dream scape, with its array of models and interior designs. Serving many high-profile clients, Pinc House primarily deals in the design of homes and private setups. Advertising, landscape and lighting design are some of their other undertakings. Visit their gallery to understand various concepts and ideas about structural design, and why they won the 'Redot Design Award' in 2005. Admittedly, the prices are sky-high, but quality is what customers are assured of when they avail of the facilities. Patrons are given the utmost attention, and suggestions and ideas for their homes are incorporated into the model. How's that for designing your own dream house?
Visit the Aspkrans Fotoaffar photo studio when you are in dire need of a digital snapshot. Aspkrans completes the feat in an hour and that too with superb quality. So when in Stockholm, click yourselves here for posterity.
Tyska Stallplan is a complete paver block street in Gamla stan. It meets the Baggensgatan and Mårten Trotzigs Gränd in Central Stockholm. Sides of the street were earlier dotted by the Blackfriars Monastery, findings of which were unearthed after archaeological excavations were conducted at the site.
Münchenbryggeriet (The Brewery) was built in 1846, and was first used as a clothing factory, but in 1857 transformed to Sweden's largest brewery. Today, it is a state-of-the-art conference center and event venue. Spread across 6000-square meters (64,583-square feet) it features many rooms that are distinct from each other and has terraces and balconies. This multifaceted facility has one of the best views of the city and its archipelago. From conferences, trade fairs and meetings to concerts, exhibitions and fashion shows, it hosts almost all major occasions. Münchenbryggeriet also conducts dance classes and has five private studios dedicated to dancing. Equipped with the latest technology and expert staff, this is one of the prestigious places in town.
Nobel Library in the Stock Exchange building is a well-known library that maintains manuscripts, books and literary works of Nobel laureates to help evaluate their work. It is mostly dedicated to literary works of North Europe. Guided tours can be arranged. Seminars and workshops are also held from time to time.