Stockholm’s Old Town

Stockholm’s Old Town is on a small island and, not surprisingly, has beautiful architecture, winding streets, and lots of tourists.  I’ve mentioned before my love for Romanesque and Gothic churches.  One of the benefits of the Reformation in Sweden is that Baroque fixtures weren’t added to the original Gothic churches.  Not only did I get to visit several Gothic churches, the Swedish ones have beautiful painted ceilings.

A narrow street in Old Town

Painting ceiling in the Gothic Cathedral

Sunset over Old Town

 

 

 

 

 

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Creating academic and public environments for the humanities to flourish Researching Soviet and Eastern European history Engaging people and ideas as a writer and interviewer Traveling as much as possible View all posts by amanda

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