Vasastan

Vasastan

northern district of Stockholm, named after King Gustav Vasa in 1885

Location: 

Vasastan, Norrmalm, Stockholm, Sweden

Duration: 

Friday, August 14, 2015

Personal highlights

  1. Vasastan: large district of Stockholm, in the North of Norrmalm
  2. Gustav Vasa: Vasastan was named after King Gustav Vasa in 1885 
  3. City pakrs: as all the districts of Stockholm, Vasastan is very green
  4. Barnhusviken: lovely water channel dividing Vasastan from Kungsholmen
  5. Jounrey: discovering all districts and highlights in Stockholm in a few days

Image sources

  1. Park Tegnerlunden
  2. Gustav Vasa Church outside
  3. Gustav Vasa Church inside
  4. Vasaparken in Vasastan
  5. Railway tracks

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