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111 Places in Stockholm

That You Must Not Miss


It is no mere chance that Astrid Lindgren created such wonderful stories as "Karlsson-on-the-Roof" and "Mio, My Son" in Stockholm. The city is full of exciting, tragic, scurrilous, and startling tales surrounding such places.

Do you know where the first house of worship for both Moslems and Christians in the whole world stands? Or where the entire apartment of a Nobel Prize winner was archived by a library? Where did Carl Gustav have his hair cut?


Come along to111 strange, wonderful, but always original spots holding surprises in store even for the natives of Stockholm.

111 Places in Stockholm

That You Must Not Miss

Christiane Bröcker, Babette Schröder

Contains numerous colour photographs

240 pages

13,5 x 20,5 cm

5,25 in. x 8 in.
ISBN : 978-3-9545-1459-5

£ 11.99
$ 19.90

Christiane Bröcker

In 2004, Christiane Bröcker moved for professional reasons from Hamburg to Stockholm. At the time she thought it would be for just one year... But now she is still discovering the most unusual places in this fascinating city, day by day. And as long as things stay this way, she is staying, too.


Babette Schröder

Babette Schröder, a freelance journalist, developed movies and different series for TV stations as a producer, and founded her own production company. Today, she is working, among other tasks, as a translator of English and French literature in Hamburg. She simply loves working with and looking for good stories.

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