Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Stockholm - Sweden

Last month my penpal Gemma went on holidays to Sweden. She visited many places and of course, she has also been to the swedish capital.
This is a view of Strandvägen, one of the most pleasant boulevards in the city.
Strandvägen is a boulevard created that was created in the second half of the nineteenth century in Stockholm's Östermalm district. The boulevard, which looks out over the water, is lined with grand, almost palatial buildings that were designed by some of the top architects of that time.
Strandvägen ('beach road') has a length of 1200 meters (0.75 mi) and runs east from Nybroplan to the Djurgården Bridge. - in:

1 comment:

Joanna said...

Beautiful postcard. I really like sunsets on my cards. Nice surprise from your penpal :)
Greetings from Poland!