Stockholm’s Skansen Open Air Museum

The Skansen Open Air Museum is situated on the little island of Djurgården in Stockholm, Sweden. It opened 1891 and contains 150 historic houses from Sweden before the industrialization. They were taken apart all over the country, shipped to the museum and rebuild there.  It is a unique feeling to wander through the little villages, from farms to manor houses and into the small town. It is original until the last detail, from the interiors to the gardens, even the woman in the bakery wears traditional clothes.

Click on the gallery for a slideshow of the larger pictures.

These pictures were taken two years ago with a Canon Powershot.

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