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Autumn in Stockholm

Suddenly I find myself spending the autumn months in Stockholm, a cold but beautiful city. Even though I’ve been here countless times during the last 30 years, I still find new places and I love exploring the crooked alleys and hidden paths lurking around the corners.

For example, Monteliusvägen is a small path which offers a great view of central Stockholm. Nearby is the gothic Mariahissen from 1885 as well as interesting architecture.

Stockholm view View from Monteliusvägen.
Bellmansgatan Urban shortcut at Bellmansgatan.
Blecktornsgränd Uphill along Blecktornsgränd.
Brännkyrkagatan Sunset at Brännkyrkagatan.

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