Friday, September 26, 2014

We passed Sergels Torg, Stockholm


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December 20, 2010 was our last full day in town and we were going to spend to visit the center (Norrmalm) and the islands of Kungsholmen (the municipal building) and Skeppsholmen (with beautiful views of the old town). When we left the hotel it was quite cloudy and we thought we would have another snow day, but then mid-morning carpet washer the sun came out a little. Although carpet washer it was greatly appreciated, temperatures dropped sharply and the cold was more intense. We started seeing the visit buildings and plazas that we were on our way to the island of Kungsholmen. First the Hötorgsskraporna located right next to our hotel. These 5 skyscrapers are one of the tallest buildings in the city (72 meters) and can be seen from any point
It was our last full day in town and we were going to spend to visit the center (Norrmalm) and the islands of Kungsholmen (the municipal building) and Skeppsholmen (with beautiful views of the old town).
When we left the hotel it was quite cloudy and we thought we would have another snow day, but then mid-morning the sun came out a little. Although it was greatly appreciated, temperatures dropped sharply and the cold was more intense.
We started carpet washer seeing the visit buildings and plazas that we were on our way to the island of Kungsholmen. First the Hötorgsskraporna located right next to our hotel. These 5 skyscrapers are one of the tallest buildings in the city (72 meters) and can be seen from any point.
We passed Sergels Torg, Stockholm's most central square. In its center is a crystal obelisk carpet washer that glows at night, and as it was still early, we could see it lit. In this square there are important buildings like the Kulturhuset (House of Culture) and the Stadsteatern (City Theatre).
Following the Klarabergsgatan street, where the center is located, we reached the bridge that connects the mainland with the island of Kungsholmen. We headed to the city council by the road that runs parallel to the shore (Kungsholms Strandstig).
We arrived at Stadshuset early, they were still shoveling snow that had accumulated carpet washer overnight in the stairs. Since missing a quarter to the start of the first visit of the day (10h) took advantage of a walk around the outside.
The council compulsorily group visit with a guide in English or Swedish. It was very interesting since many rooms are visited and the explanations are very entertaining. carpet washer The first room we saw was the Blue Lounge Blå are or where the annual feast is made with the Nobel prize. They also visit the Council Chambers Rådssalen or where councilors Stockholm meet the Prinsens galleri gallery or Prince with a painting by Prince Eugene and small circular rooms with silk tapestries carpet washer and gorgeous mural. Finally there is the spectacular Gyllene leave or Golden Hall, covered with mosaics made with gold leaf glass.
After the visit of an hour we went to see the views from the outside. As the sun had risen the visibility was very good and could clearly see the islands of Riddarholmen and Södermalm.
To explore the island of Kungsholmen started by Norr Mälarstrand carpet washer walk that runs along the southern shore from the town hall to Rålambshovsparken. It's a nice residential street with buildings on the right and the left moored boats.
At the height of Kungsholmstorg, long snow covered square, we turn to reach the Rådhuset. This building, of the early twentieth century, is home to the Supreme Court. Nearby we saw the Polishuset, Police headquarters.
We returned to the council by Hantverkgatan where we could photograph one of the most profitable trades in Swedish winter: the cleaner snow from roofs. Down on the street is your partner only dedicated to monitor anyone pass by, lest you drop a piece of ice or snow on top!
At the end of this avenue we returned to the center by the bridge Stadshusbron from where there are good views of Riddarholmen. After the visit to the island of Kungsholmen we were visiting southern Norrmalm.
On the street we saw Fredsgatan Konstakademien (Royal Academy of Fine Arts) in 1967 and 1902 Rosenbad and seat of government and the Municipal Board. Turn off on Queen Street from the shore as there are good views of Riksdagshuset or Parliament.
We reached the Sjomansgatan an ene

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