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Gävle, Norrland’s oldest city

Located at the southern tip of Norrland, Sweden’s Northern Lands, Gävle is the oldest city of that region.
I had the opportunity to spend an unplanned 24 hours there and was happy I did.

A picturesque Swedish town

Located on the shore of Lake Mälaren, not far from Stockholm’s Arlanda airport, the small town of Sigtuna is the perfect place to spend a few summer days. Founded a thousand years ago, just as Sweden was united as a… Continue Reading →

9-story tall tower ruins in the woods

The 9-story tall Quistorp lookout tower, erected in the early 1900s in the middle of the Arkoński forest in Szczecin, Poland, was 45 m (148 ft) tall.
How it was destroyed is still unknown.

Mind the gap

Being one of the oldest in the world, the Budapest metro system has indeed a long history. Though I wouldn’t say its metro stations are the most beautiful in the world, some are certainly worth a look. Completed in 1896,… Continue Reading →

Copenhagen: an architectural feast for the eyes

Granted, Copenhagen looks even better in the sun, as pretty much any place on Earth, but its architecture stands out any time of the year. Anywhere you turn your eyes, they’ll be met with beauty. The Church of Our Saviour… Continue Reading →

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