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Day-Time In Stockholm. P.2.

Uritsk Andrey • 4 minutes read • May 12th, 2016
We turn back to the south and again come to the sea. In general,


 is located on several islands, it is rugged with numerous coves and crossed by canals, and along with St.Petersburg, it is called Venice of the North. I haven't been in Venice yet, but after the movies and pictures that I saw and books that I read, I can tell that it really looks like this.
Here are some more sketches of this district:
Urban and suburban water communications are greatly developed in


. Here is one of the representatives of the fleet, serving these lines:
Completing the circle, we come closer to the Old Town again - this time from the east side.
Here is the Royal Palace:
In fact, the current King of Sweden Carl XVI Gustaf constantly lives in the country, but

Stockholm Palace

is still his official residence where various ceremonial rituals are held. By the way, despite the very warm weather (9 degrees Celsius), steps of the palace are covered with the snow specially brought from somewhere, and on the square in front of the palace, there is a huge snow mountain. Just Royal whims - we thought and went on to the Old Town.
Previously I posted pictures of "cloudy" Stockholm, but we were lucky to see it from the other site - this time it appeared to be bright, sunny...
This is Strandvagen - a boulevard with stately facades facing the sea:
Here are Royal Mews:
And here is the long and deep pedestrian tunnel in the old part of the city. We don't suffer from claustrophobia, but those who do won't like this place, I suppose.
And here is the sunlight again:
Here is the stream called Norrstrem:
And of course, we are on the observation deck again:
Author: Uritsk
Translated by: Olesya Zhukova

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