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    The sweet side of Stockholm is lake Mälaren. Here, 'Södersjukhuset', the South hospital.


    Essingeleden, probably the most important road in Stockholm, carrying the traffic on road E22 and E4 thru the city, over lake Mälaren.


    Big windows...






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    On the salty side we find apartments in Hammarbyhamnen.


    A house on Djurgården.


    The houses in the archipelago are a bit more classic.


    Or modern.



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      And finally, some houses near Dalarö.

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        Ahhh summer in Sweden! …Great idea Tommi to show Stockholm from the water….and at both sides of Slussen. Love all the styles and contrasts of domestic architecture…and all with a view of water! Can’t even begin to play “Wish I lived there”…the list would be far too long!!!!!!!!!!

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          ahhhh- tempting, very tempting indeed.

          Nothing like a warm summer day in Stockholm!
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            Quite early last Thursday I packed my bicycle on my car and drove to Stockholm. You've probably seen some of the pictures in the ferry- and pakarang view-threads.

            I actually managed to find a free parking lot located near the Kaknäs-tower:


            The following pictures are taken from locations about 4 km from the city center.


            A traditional fence, "gärdesgård".


            One of the three bridges leading to Djurgården.





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              Well, everything is not beautiful, it depends where you point the camera. Oil cisterns located on Lidingö.




              Nature in action.

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                The spottermobile of the day:

                A 2005 Skeppshult Elit, if anyone is curious.

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                  Now, what is this?


                  It's a statue located at Blockhusudden, "The Axeman" by Eric Grate.



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                    A few birds.


                    A morning tour in the row-boat.


                    Some grass.

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                      On the south side of Djurgården.




                      This part of the tpwn was actually a lot more nicer than I would have expected.






                      Some sheep!?

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                          On the opposite shore I could observe things like:


                          The statue designed by Carl Milles and Marshall M. Fredericks "The Rainbow. Lord placing new stars on heaven", located on Nacka Strand.





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                            Wouldn't know that this was Stockholm if you didn't tell me. Thanks for sharing different images of the swedish city!!!
                            "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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                              The wind-mill at Valdemarsudde.


                              The oak of prins Eugen. Seems to be pretty thick.


                              A wishing well?

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