Stockholm by night

Stockholm by night

walking through the empty streets of Sweden's illuminated capital

Location: 

Stockholm, Sweden

Duration: 

Saturday, August 8, 2015

Personal highlights

  1. Stockholm: the city is a marvel by day and a beauty by night
  2. Waterfront: the combination of water and lights is picturesque
  3. Streets: summer evenings are crowded but the nights are empty
  4. Gamla Stan: lovely old quarter with traditional gobble stone
  5. Nightlife: I'm not a bar person, so I went clubbing!

Image sources

  1. Waterfront of Stockholm
  2. Modern Building in Stockholm
  3. Sergels Torg in Stockholm
  4. Old Streets of Gamla Stan
  5. Provocative Shopping Window

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