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4. Pre-historic Bags

By the exit to Rådhuset, across from the escalators.Here, you’ll see multiple baskets and a sign that says “Korgar, 1700- och 1800-talets vanligaste påsar” meaning “Baskets, the bags of the 1700s and 1800s”. The baskets were used when shopping at the market which was located on Kungsholmen for a long time.

Note: Kungsholmstorg is a square on Kungsholmen, between the streets Hantverkargatan and Norr Mälarstrand.

Image text: The market at Kungsholmstorg

Locations: Rådhuset


The Measurement Unit “Parm”


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Sunken Birchwood


Pre-historic Bags


A Sunken Gate


Joyous Galoshes


A Sunken Chimney


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An Art Guide with a Line Map - Stockholm’s metro

Stockholm’s metro is definitely colorful. It’s the home of what is known as the longest art exhibition in the world – 110 kilometers of art! Approximately 90 of the 100 metro stations offer unique works of art.

Stockholm Art Walk is a free guide that you can use to visit five different stations in your own time. For your assistance, you’ll receive instructions, maps and pictures. The app also contains a map of Stockholm’s metro connections.

Come along on a guided metro-adventure through Stockholm’s underground. Download the app and come aboard!

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