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Storgatan 6, Stockholm, SE, 11451

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»Hedvig Eleonora kyrka

This is a seventeenth-century church in Östermalmstorg. Several architects, such as, Jean de la Vallée and Göran J Adelkrantz, have worked on this building between 1656 and 1672. The interior is in high Baroque style, with an octagonal floor plan, a high dome and marbled Corinthian columns.

Storgatan 7
Stockholm, 114 55

»Elimkyrkan

Elimkyrkan is a three-storey building located in the heart of Östermalm. It looks like just any other building from the outside, but is actually a beautiful church. It belongs to the Elim community, that was formed in Stockholm in 1990. Services translated into English are held every Sunday at 11am.

Styrmansgatan 29
Stockholm, 114 54

»The Holy Trinity Church

Trefaldighetskyrkan, a Methodist church, was built in the Neo-Gothic style in 1893-94. It is located close to Östermalmstorg. Its red bricks add to its grandeur. The intricate details in limestone are really beautiful. The church is open for visits only during services, which are held every Sunday morning.

Majorsgatan 5
Stockholm, 114 47

»Nybroplan

Nybroplan is a public square in the central side of the city. It is a link to many important streets as well. It is also near to other squares like Östermalmstorg and Stureplan. While the Kungsträdgården is just a few steps away from it. It is the home of the Royal Dramatic Theatre and Berzelii Park. You will many monuments devoted esteemed Swedes. These include the statues of John Ericsson, Margaretha Krook and Raoul Wallenberg.

Nybroplan
Stockholm,

»Kungliga Biblioteket

Kungliga Biblioteket, the royal library, was constructed in the sixteenth century. Since 1661, a copy of everything that has been printed in Sweden has ended up in its archives. Initially, the collection was stored in the attic of the old Royal Palace and later in one of its wings. During the wars in the seventeenth century, many foreign books ended up in the country, such as the Codex Gigas, which dates back to thirteenth-century Prague. Parts of the collection ended up in the Vatican when Queen Christina left Sweden for Rome. In 1697 a major part of it was lost in the disastrous fire at the Royal Palace. Later the collections moved back into the palace after it was rebuilt, where it remained until 1877. Today Kungliga Biblioteket is a public library.

Humlegårdsgatan
Stockholm, 102 41

»Engelbrektskyrkan

Completed in 1914, Engelbrektskyrkan is one of Stockholm's largest churches. Known for its unique architectural style, it exhibits a melange of Art Nouveau, National Romanticism as well as Byzantine styles. The tower of the church is incredibly high and can be seen from all corners of the city. The most amazing part is that the church looks as if it grew from the hills. Morning service is held every Sunday at 11am.

Östermalmsgatan 20B
Stockholm, 100 41

»The Great Synagogue of Stockholm

The grand synagogue of Stockholm was built in an Asian style, and seats about a thousand guests. In 1870, the eternal flame, Ner Tamid, was lit to inaugurate the synagogue. The services are held in both Swedish and Hebrew. There is a mixed choir and an organ music performance, during these services. Other synagogues are located at Riddargatan and St. Paulsgatan.

Wahrendorffsgatan 3
Stockholm, 111 47

»Humlegården

Humlegården is one of Stockholm's nicest small parks and a real oasis away from the city traffic. Sit and read peacefully on a park bench, or take a nap on the grass. In the summertime, there are also outdoor performances on the park stage by the Stockholm City Theater's Park Theater, among others.

Humlegårdsgatan 31
Stockholm, 111 46

»Kungsträdgården

The King's Garden is located in central Stockholm. This park serves dual purposes, as an outdoor concert venue in summer, and an ice-skating rink in winter. It also has an abundance of benches and is surrounded by fountains, restaurants, and cafés. During winter, you can hire a pair of skates and enjoy a few laps around the rink.

Kungsträdgården
Stockholm, 111 47

»Sweden House

Sweden House has a tourist office located on the corner of Kungsträdgården, just opposite the NK department store. They will arrange guided tours, sell tickets to most events and book hotels. Upstairs is the bookshop, with guidebooks, maps and souvenirs. You will also find a FOREX currency exchange office here. Buy the Stockholm Card here and get free entrance to 70 museums and attractions, free bus rides and one hour's free boat ride and a 96-page guidebook with maps. Or buy the 'kulturarvskort' card if you are staying for long, as its validity extends for one year. It also gives discounts in some museums shops and cafes.

Hamngatan 27
Stockholm, 111 51

»Karl XII: s torg

Karl XII: s torg (Charles XII's Square) is located on the southern part of Kungsträdgården (King's Garden). The highlight of this square is the sculpture of Charles XII by Johan Peter Molin which was installed to commemorate the 150th death anniversary of the monarch in 1868. This bronze statue is set on a pedestal of Swedish granite and shows him with a sword pointing towards the east. The statue's site was the location of Makalös (Peerless), a grand palace of the De la Gardie family. It was gutted by fire in 1825.

Karl XII: s torg
Stockholm, 111 47

»Sankt Jakobs kyrka

The design of this red brick church is inspired from the late Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. It was commissioned by Johan III in 1580. The square central tower is the main attraction of the church. The church was renovated in 1968-69, and most of the sixteenth-century style has been preserved.

Kungsträdgården
Stockholm, 103 91
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