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Colour inspiration at a Swedish Cafe.  #Stockholm #tiles #colour #raggattloves

Colour inspiration at a Swedish Cafe. #Stockholm #tiles #colour #raggattloves

Definetely on top of my bucket list: seeing the northern lights in Scandinavia

Everything you need to know about trips to see the Northern Lights

piano stairs on the subway stairways at Odenplan, Stockholm, Sweden - listen to it at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivg56TX9kWI

piano stairs on the subway stairways at Odenplan, Stockholm, Sweden - listen to it at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivg56TX9kWI

A look inside the City Hall's courtyard. Few steps away there is a nice garden which in summer gathers tourists wanting to take pictures with lake Mälaren and the Old Town in the background. A must-see!

A look inside the City Hall's courtyard. Few steps away there is a nice garden which in summer gathers tourists wanting to take pictures with lake Mälaren and the Old Town in the background. A must-see!

Want to see the Swedish capital without blowing your budget? Here are 100 cheap and free things to do in Stockholm.

100 cheap and free things to do in Stockholm

Want to see the Swedish capital without blowing your budget? Here are 100 cheap and free things to do in Stockholm.

Stockholm Map by Livi Gosling. Discover restaurants, bars, shops, clubs & cultural hotspots that locals love in Stockholm: http://www.10thingstodo.in

Stockholm Map by Livi Gosling. Discover restaurants, bars, shops, clubs & cultural hotspots that locals love in Stockholm: http://www.10thingstodo.in

Beautiful city to spend a long weekend in. Especially if you're partial to a cinnamon bun.

Beautiful city to spend a long weekend in. Especially if you're partial to a cinnamon bun.

Stockholm City Hall: The City Hall was designed by the architect Ragnar Östberg, and opened on Midsummer Eve in 1923. It is ibuilt from eight million bricks, and the 106 meter tall tower has the three crowns, which is the Swedish national coat of arms, at its apex. At the southeastern tip of Kungsholmen island.

Stockholm City Hall: The City Hall was designed by the architect Ragnar Östberg, and opened on Midsummer Eve in 1923. It is ibuilt from eight million bricks, and the 106 meter tall tower has the three crowns, which is the Swedish national coat of arms, at its apex. At the southeastern tip of Kungsholmen island.

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