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Stockholm Brewing Co

Enjoy a range of year-round and seasonal beers by Stockholm Brewing Co. Not only is the brewery well-known over the city for selling decadent drinks like Hallon Sour, HasBeen Drop of Coffee and Stockholm Lager, but the variety of beers also ensures that there is something to suit all kinds of taste and preferences. If you are in the mood to sample some of their beers, certainly head to Stockholm Brewing Co. and tantalize your taste buds.

Vasa Museum

It was a momentous day when the Vasa first set sail, a 64-gun, 69-meter (226-foot) long and 52.5-meter (172-foot) tall warship, the pride of Sweden's naval fleet. A critical miscalculation meant that the ship was unbalanced, tipping to one side just minutes after she set off on her maiden voyage on August 10, 1628. The ship sank soon after, taking with it a few of the people on board. In 1961, the shipwreck was salvaged from the depths of the harbor and pieced back together. The world's only almost entirely intact 17th-century salvaged ship, the Vasa is now housed at the custom-built Vasa Museum where hundreds of visitors arrive each day to take a closer look at this vessel. The cleverly constructed museum allows visitors to view the Vasa from six levels, its stylized masts indicative of the actual height of the ship when fully rigged. Informative exhibits chronicle the history of the ship, the people involved and the Swedish navy in general, while the artifacts recovered from the wreck offer a glimpse into the life on the Vasa. The ship itself is spectacularly well-preserved despite having spent over three centuries submerged under water. Today, the Vasa Museum is considered one of Scandinavia's most visited museums.

Stockholm Palace

The King of Sweden's official residence, Stockholm Royal Palace, which dates back to the thirteenth century is situated in the Old Town. The new palace was built between 1697-1754, according to the original drawings, in Roman Baroque style. With over 600 rooms, the palace is one of the largest residential castles in Europe. A number of museums are located within the walls, such as the Treasury, Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities, the Royal Armoury and the Royal Chapel. The changing of the guard is a treat to watch.

Drottningholm Palace

Overlooking the tranquil surface of Lake Malar, the Drottningholm Palace is Stockholm's crown jewel, the royal residence of the Swedish regal family that has been preserved for more than three centuries. Originally built as a grand, renaissance-style stone palace by John III of Sweden for his Queen, the palace was purchased by Queen Dowager Regent Hedwig Eleonora in 1661. The stone structure was ravaged by fire by the end of the same year, spurring the need for a re-construction. It was then that work on the palace began, and a prototype designed by architect Nicodemus Tessin the Elder was selected. The walls of this palace are steeped in an aura of splendor, one that extends to its main buildings, the Chinese Pavilion and the Drottningholms Palace Theater, as well. The Baroque and English gardens that unfold before the palace's stately facade evoke awe, and depict the stunning elements added by Gustav III of Sweden. The Drottningholm Palace is designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Östermalms Saluhall

Östermalms Saluhall, located at a prominent public shopping area, is nestled within a market hall. Opened in 1888, it also referred by the names Östermalmshallen or just Hall. Though the market hall is not a historic building, it is protected as an significant architectural monument. The market hall is spacious, featuring a number stalls and shops offering food and other tasteful delights. Many seafood restaurants and cafes are located on site.

Strindbergs Intima Teater

Brainchild of renowned Swedish playwright August Strindberg, the Strindbergs Intima Teater was established in Stockholm in 1910. In its initial run as a performing arts hub, the Strindbergs Intima Teater hosted nearly 1500 performances based on about 25 of Strindberg's plays, such as The Ghost Sonata and Miss Julie. While the theater closed after Strindberg's death, it was revived by the Culture Department in 2001, and has since been restored to its thriving glory. Today, the theater hosts plays in tandem with the Royal Dramatic Theater, besides occasional in-house productions and plays for children and young adults.

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