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Skeppsbron 22, 111 30 Stockholm, Sweden
Some cruise ships sail right up to Gamla Stan, the Old Town, which is the island that lies at the heart of Stockholm. It’s the most photogenic part of the city, known for its narrow, cobbled streets, ancient churches and houses that date back...
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Djurgårdsslätten 49-51, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden
Skansen is the world’s oldest open-air museum. It was founded in 1891 to preserve and spotlight Swedish culture—from traditional artisans at work and period Nordic lifestyles to barns with farm animals and a zoo with Nordic wildlife such as...
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Galärvarvsvägen 14, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden
I don't like museums, but this one is definitely worth going to. In 1961 they pulled this ship up from underwater, where it had been lying since 1628. Really great exhibits and the restoration is beautiful.
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Värmdö NV, Sweden
Many of the islands in the archipelago have fascinating histories. There’s Kymmendö, where Swedish playwright August Strindberg summered until he upset the locals by writing about them, and there’s Ytterby, where several rare minerals were...
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Augustendalsvägen 43, 131 52 Nacka Strand, Sweden
Perhaps the most famous artwork in the archipelago is God, our Father, on the Rainbow, by Sweden’s most popular sculptor, Carl Milles (1875–1955). It depicts God standing on top of a 23-meter-tall (75-foot-tall) water spout. The work was designed...