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Map of cities in Sweden
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Map of cities in Sweden
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Culture of regions in Sweden

Stockholm
The Södermalm district is quite an attractive one when it comes to architectural and historical aspect. This is where the atmosphere of extraordinary originality reigns. We can say that this is the most colorful district of the city, and it is definitely the best place for you if you are considering exploring the local culture. The Slussen Bridge separates the above mentioned district from the Old Town region. Narrow romantic streets and buildings slightly contrasting with each other in height, … Read more
Goteborg
Gothenburg is an ancient port city, the territory of which is home to many interesting historical and architectural monuments. Start your observation of the sights of the city from making a walk in the main street of Gothenburg - Kungsportsavenyn. You will see many beautiful buildings of different epochs along the street. Moreover, the street leads to beautiful Gotaplatsen Square. The square’s center is the location of the Poseidon Fountain. Gotaplatsen Square has become a regular venue for … Read more
Malmo
Those who want to enjoy magnificent theatrical performances or listen to symphonic music will never get bored when visiting Malmo. So, you should definitely go to such cultural institutions as Malmö Opera and palladium theatre (famous for its beautiful interior) to get a great experience and enjoy amazing performances. The city is rich in natural attractions —there are picturesque parks on its territory where you should definitely walk. They are the Kungsparken Park, next to the already … Read more
Uppsala
It’s worth to begin a tour around historical heritage of Uppsala with the legendary medieval Slottet Castle. It was built in the mid16th century; during its long history, fascinating fortifications have witnessed important historical events. Currently, the part of the castle houses an art museum with a collection of paintings of the first half of the 20th century. Another part of the historic buildings is allotted to the city administration. There is an interesting religious attraction in … Read more
Norrkoping
Norrköping has preserved lots of beautiful historic buildings. In one of the central squares, you can see the old Town Hall Norrkopings Radhus. Its construction began in 1907 and lasted three years. The Town Hall building originally housed the main court, and meetings of the city council were held here later. The very first Town Hall was erected on this site in the 18th century but was completely rebuilt in 1906. The place where the building stands now was once a swamp. To make the … Read more
Kalmar
Kalmar is one of the oldest cities in Sweden. First mentions of Kalmar date back to the 11th century. Archeological excavations prove that ancient people appeared in the region during the prehistoric time. In the Middle Ages, the city was an important military and trading center. Many landmarks in Kalmar belong to that period. It is safe to say that the castle with the same name is the symbol of Kalmar. Built in the 13th century, it first served a military purpose and later became an important … Read more
Vasteras
Among the religious attractions, the main cathedral of the city is ranked in the first position. This is Domkyrkan. It is worth mentioning that the first building on this site appeared in 1271, after which it was constantly expanded until 1517. The tower and the roof were rebuilt at the end of the 17th century, due to the fact that the church suffered from a fire. The cathedral was later restored several times, but its present appearance owes much to the last reconstruction which took place in … Read more
Kristianstad
Kristianstad is famous for its unique historical monuments that can be found here literally at every step. In the very heart of the city is the beautiful Heliga Trefaldighetskyrkan, which is considered one of the most beautiful Protestant churches in Europe. Its construction was initiated by Christian IV of Denmark during the Renaissance. Some of the most valuable materials were used for the construction of the temple, special attention was paid to the decoration of its facade. Even now you … Read more

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