An interesting detail in Goose Alley is the superstructure that is located in the easternmost part of the alley towards Västerlånggatan. The tunnel that is formed under the superstructure has only 1.88 meters free height, the lowest in the Old Town. Goose Alley – 500px
The design is in neo-baroque with rounded corners and a two-storey bay window supported by a ship’s bow, sculpted in sandstone. The roof is covered with glazed roof tiles and made as a so-called pyramid roof, at the top there is a globe. (Skeppsbron 18) (Stockholm, Sweden) Per Kamperin – Flickr
Cloudy afternoon in Stockholm City – Old Town and The Royal Palace in the background. Per Kamperin on 500px…..
Per Kamperin on Flickr… The German Church (Swedish: Tyska kyrkan) is a church in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. Gamla Stan, the Old Town, is one of the largest and best preserved medieval city centers in Europe, and one of the foremost attractions in Stockholm. This is where Stockholm was founded […]
Per Kamperin on Flickr… The town dates back to the 13th century, and consists of medieval alleyways, cobbled streets, and archaic architecture. North German architecture has had a strong influence in the Old Town’s construction.