Monday, May 15, 2006

The Old town

Today and a few days forward you´re going to see some pics from Stockholms Old town. I´m going away until friday with work so my good friend Chris is going to help out publishing!
This photo made me think about Portos old buildings, especially the red house. This photo is taken just a bit away from one of the entrances to the royal castle.
The 66 metre high tower that you see is as you might assume a church. Storkyrkan (the great church) is one of Stockholms oldest churches and has a long history with loads of renovations from the 13th century and forward.

The old town is Stockholm. Founded circa 1200 ad this part of the city was for very long the core of Swedens capital. With tight alleys, old houses and a few curiositys I hope to show some good pics in the future =)


At 2:33 AM, Blogger Nicola said...

Looks quite mediterranean!

At 12:32 PM, Blogger perle de rosée said...

Yes, it's right. One could think it were an italian town and this barock church let me think about what you can find in the hinterland of the Cote d'Azur. It looks also a little like in Austria. South wind in Stockholm !
Hmm! I 'd never think that about a North town.

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