Architecture of Stockholm, Sweden

Posted on 28th January 2015 in architecture

When I arrived in Stockholm in early September all I had was my flip-flops. I had worn holes in my shoes in Budapest and left them on the corner for some lucky soul in need of some red skate shoes.

When I got off the plane, it was cold. Then it rained. My first order of business was to find myself some leather soles.

I think it’s clear in the photographs how brisk the city was, which I really appreciated in it. It led to the clean feeling, the put together, well kempt style of the city. Further, the giant stone buildings, sculptures, and details all around the city made me feel like I was walking along Viking turf.

Nordic.

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden

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